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New Fountainbleau Miami Walmart Opens

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A new Walmart opened its doors in Miami last week. The 120,000-s.f. Fountainbleau store at 9191 W. Flager St. employs approximately 300 full- and part-time associates. Store manager Leidy Suarez began her Walmart career in 2012 as a store manager.

The new store offers Walmart’s free Site to Store program, enabling customers to choose from nearly a million additional online items that can be ordered on Walmart.com and picked up at the store for free, often as quickly as the same day. The store also offers fresh produce and a full line of groceries, including organic and natural selections. There also is a variety of meat and bakery selections, including fresh breads and desserts. In addition to groceries, the store features general merchandise including electronics and school supplies. A pharmacy offers a full range of products and services. Pharmacy team members can answer product and prescription questions and customers can ask about health and wellness solutions. Fountainbleau Miami residents can easily transfer prescriptions and order refills on the go with the Walmart mobile app for iPhone and Android, according to the Bentonville, Ark.-based retailer.

“The opening of another Walmart location in South Florida will make a significant contribution to our community,” said Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart. “The store will bring hundreds of job opportunities, helping boost our local economy. I welcome this new addition to the 25th district and look forward to the positive impact it will have.”

The grand opening celebration included presentations of $2,000 grants from Walmart to Zoo Miami, Children’s Miracle Network and Dress for Success.

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