BJ’s Wholesale Club plans to open a new club June 14 in La Vergne, Tennessee.
The club, at 543 Industrial Blvd., marks the first BJ’s Wholesale Club in Tennessee. This opening will bring the number of U.S. clubs to 238, expanding the company’s footprint to 19 states.
The club has a BJ’s Gas location on-site, offering members additional savings through BJ’s Fuel Saver Program. The La Vergne BJ’s Gas station will open on June 2, offering regular, premium and diesel fuels.
“We can’t wait to open our doors to the La Vergne community at BJ’s brand-new club,” said Christopher Kelly, club manager of La Vergne’s BJ’s Wholesale Club.
“We’re thrilled to be a part of this momentous occasion as BJ’s Wholesale Club expands into the state of Tennessee, bringing the unbeatable value and incredible savings to our newest members in Rutherford County. Our entire team is extremely proud to have this remarkable opportunity and impact the communities where we work and live in a positive way.”
At BJ’s, members can choose from a variety of shopping options like in-club shopping, curbside pickup, in-club pickup, same-day delivery and standard delivery. When shopping in-club, members will have access to ExpressPay through the BJ’s mobile app, a service that allows shoppers to scan products as they go and avoid the checkout line at the end of each trip.
BJ’s is offering a limited-time founding member offer for local shoppers interested in joining the club through June 15. Shoppers can sign up for The Club Card Membership for one year at $55 and get a $40 welcome reward plus $50 in coupons. Shoppers can also choose to sign up for The Club+ Card Membership for one year at $110 and get a $80 welcome reward plus $50 in coupons. The Club+ Card Membership holders earn 2 percent cash back on most BJ’s purchases.
Local shoppers interested in learning more about BJ’s Wholesale Club and signing up for a membership can visit BJs.com/LaVergne or sign up in person at the membership center.
BJ’s Charitable Foundation is supporting the local community through its partnership with the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. This summer, BJ’s Charitable Foundation is supporting Second Harvest’s Hunger Free Summer initiative, a program that raises awareness of hunger within the community and provides meals to youth who are facing food insecurity as school cafeterias close for the summer months.
“We are grateful for the support from BJ’s Wholesale Club,” said Nancy Keil, president and CEO of Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.
“As we enter the summer months, many children, who rely on schools for healthy and nutritious meals, may lose access to these services. Food insecurity is a real concern to children and families in Middle and West Tennessee, and the generosity of BJ’s Wholesale Club will help us feed thousands of children who otherwise would not receive essential meals this summer.”