Massachusetts-based BJ’s Wholesale Club is adding five clubs to its portfolio across the U.S., including plans for a new location in Madison, Alabama. This will increase BJ’s retail footprint to 20 states.
BJ’s will also open clubs in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee; Johnson City, New York; Lewis Center, Ohio; and North Jacksonville, Florida. These clubs will add to BJ’s 2023 roster of openings, following the retailer’s newest locations in Davenport, Florida, and McDonough, Georgia, as well as the recent announcement of its first location in LaVergne, Tennessee, slated to open this summer.
“We are always striving to bring our BJ’s membership model to new markets and even more smart-saving families,” said Bill Werner, EVP of strategy and development.
“We have seen tremendous success with our newest openings. Our expansion into Tennessee and Alabama shortly thereafter is a great example of our efforts to meet the demand for the value, convenience, and assortment that BJ’s has to offer its growing member base.”
The retailer offers a “one-stop shopping experience” with a selection of fresh foods, produce, a deli counter, household essentials, pet supplies and other exclusive offerings. The stores will also carry local and seasonal items, as well as home décor, apparel, toys and tech.
Members will also be able to take advantage of the upgraded BJ’s One Mastercard program through its partnership with Capital One. The program offers members the ability to earn rewards and savings at BJ’s Gas. Cardholders earn up to 5 percent back in rewards on most purchases and up to 2 percent back in rewards where Mastercard is accepted.
For more information, visit BJs.com.