Both clubs have a BJ’s gas location on-site, offering regular, premium and diesel fuels.
The locations have partnered with nonprofit organizations in the local communities to donate fresh foods to help families. The Ohio club is partnering with Mid-Ohio Food Collective while the Tennessee club will help the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.
“This holiday season, we are sharing our immense gratitude towards BJ’s Wholesale Club as they play a crucial role in supporting families in our community,” said Nancy Keil, president and CEO of Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.
In addition, both clubs are donating $15,000 to Ohio-based People In Need for its “Holiday Clearing House” program and to the weekend food backpack program held by the Wilson County, Tennessee, school district.
BJ’s has partnered with Feeding America and its network of food banks for more than 15 years, providing more than 125 million meals to local families.
At BJ’s Wholesale Club, members can shop how they want by choosing from a variety of shopping options, such as curbside and in-store pickup and 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.
Local shoppers can join the new clubs with BJ’s limited-time founding member offer available through Dec. 14. Those interested in purchasing a BJ’s membership can sign up online.
About BJ’s Wholesale Club
BJ’s Wholesale Club is an operator of membership warehouse clubs focused on delivering value to its members and serving a shared purpose.
The company provides an assortment of fresh foods, produce, a full-service deli, fresh bakery, household essentials, various exclusive offerings and gas.
Headquartered in Marlborough, Massachusetts, the company pioneered the warehouse club model in New England in 1984 and operates 239 clubs and 170 BJ’s Gas locations in 20 states.
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