Laying claim on a new market is always an exciting endeavor, and BJ’s Wholesale Club is the latest retailer to take part. The company added another state to its footprint, revealing plans to open its first store in the Tennessee region this year.
“Our club openings in Davenport and McDonough are part of our continued growth within the Orlando and Atlanta markets, respectively,” said Bill Werner, Executive Vice President, Strategy and Development, BJ’s Wholesale Club. “Additionally, the opening of our club in La Vergne represents the first of what will be multiple locations in the greater Nashville market. We can’t wait to welcome our newest BJ’s members this year and help provide these local communities with unbeatable value and incredible savings.”
The first-ever Tennessee location, the chain’s 19th state, will be located 20 miles southeast of downtown Nashville in La Vergne, a press release explained. BJ’s newest store is expected to be open within the first half of the year and will feature a robust selection of produce, fresh foods, exclusive offerings, and more.
Shoppers will have access to a variety of shopping methods, including curbside pickup, in-club pickup, same-day delivery, and standard delivery.
This newly announced store opening complements the grocer’s other plans to open additional clubs in Davenport, Florida, and McDonough, Georgia, later this month.
To read more about the grocer’s latest expansion, click here.
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