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BJ’s Plans 5 New Clubs In Southeast, Midwest

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BJ’s Wholesale Club has shared plans to add five clubs to its footprint. The retailer previously announced plans to open 12 new clubs and 15 gas stations this fiscal year.

The company has announced the following club locations:

  • Maryville, Tennessee, in the Knoxville market. This will be BJ’s fourth location in Tennessee;
  • Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, the company’s second club in South Carolina;
  • Palm Coast and West Palm Beach, Florida, the company’s 38th and 39th clubs in Florida; and
  • Carmel, Indiana, BJ’s second location in Indiana.

“BJ’s combination of unbeatable value and convenience continues to resonate with members, and we’re pleased with the performance of our new clubs,” said Bill Werner, EVP of strategy and development for BJ’s Wholesale Club.

“Our real estate pipeline is the strongest it’s been in 20 years, and we look forward to helping even more families save up to 25 percent off grocery store prices as we add clubs to both new and existing markets.”

BJ’s Wholesale Club offers a one-stop shopping experience that includes a selection of fresh foods, produce, a full-service deli, household essentials, pet supplies and other exclusive offerings. The new clubs will also feature a treasure-hunt experience by providing an assortment of local and seasonal items, as well as home décor, apparel, toys and technology.

BJ’s members can choose from a variety of convenient shopping options like in-store shopping, curbside pickup, same-day delivery and standard delivery from BJs.com. When shopping in-club, members have access to ExpressPay through the BJ’s mobile app.

About BJ’s Wholesale Club

Headquartered in Marlborough, Massachusetts, the company pioneered the warehouse club model in New England in 1984, and operates 244 clubs and 175 BJ’s Gas locations in 20 states.

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