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BJ’s Wholesale Club To Open First Indiana Location

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BJ’s Wholesale Club will open its first store in Indiana on Sept. 30. The opening of the store at 13210 Tegler Drive in Noblesville will bring the retailer’s number of U.S. locations to 231.

The new club will have a BJ’s Gas location on-site and offer members low fuel prices, with the opportunity to earn extra savings through BJ’s Fuel Saver Program. The Noblesville BJ’s Gas station offers regular, premium and diesel fuels and is equipped with brand-new facilities.

“We can’t wait to open Indiana’s first BJ’s Wholesale Club and bring all of the incredible savings and offerings to the residents of Noblesville,” said Nazim Khan, manager of the store. “We have an outstanding team here at BJ’s and are excited to welcome new members to the club.”

At BJ’s, members can choose from a variety of shopping options like curbside pickup, pick up in-club, same-day delivery, standard delivery from BJs.com and shopping in-club. When shopping in-club, members will have access to ExpressPay through BJ’s mobile app, a service that allows shoppers to scan products as they go and avoid the checkout line at the end of their trip.

As members can expect from all BJ’s clubs, this location will feature a wide selection of fresh foods, produce, a full-service deli, household essentials, pet supplies and various exclusive offerings. The club will also offer the treasure-hunt experience with an assortment of seasonal items, home décor, fashion for the family, toys, tech and a selection of local products.

Local shoppers interested in learning more about BJ’s Wholesale Club and signing up for a membership can visit BJs.com/Noblesville or sign up in person at the membership center located at 13976 Town Center Blvd., Suite 800, Noblesville.

BJ’s Charitable Foundation has donated to the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis’ Fishers branch and Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana. In support of the YMCA, BJ’s donation will go toward the organization’s fall youth soccer and baseball leagues.

“At the YMCA, we believe in a connected community,” said Jennie Broady, Fishers, Indiana, YMCA executive director. “Our youth sports programs provide a solid foundation for children in an environment that fosters connection, healthy habits and growth on and off the field. We’re grateful for community partners like BJ’s that help make it possible for over 2,100 families in our community to participate in these transformational experiences.”

The food bank donation is part of BJ’s Feeding Communities program, a food rescue partnership where the company donates unsold perishable food to Feeding America member food banks in its footprint, helping to get wholesome food onto the plates of families. To date, BJ’s has donated more than 120 million pounds of food including meat, produce, dairy and bakery items to Feeding America member food banks.

Headquartered in Marlborough, Massachusetts, BJ’s Wholesale Club Holdings Inc. provides a curated assortment of grocery, general merchandise, gasoline and other ancillary services to offer a differentiated shopping experience that is further enhanced by its omnichannel capabilities. Since pioneering the warehouse club model in New England in 1984, the company currently operates 230 clubs and 160 BJ’s Gas locations in 17 states.

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