"Walmart is abruptly closing 63 Sam's Club stores and laying off thousands of workers"
They didn't close the one we use in San Antonio. I guess they rumor of them opening a new one closer to me is just that.
They're probably exiting the market because of pressure from Circuit City, lol.
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read it online, yesterday. It is despicable. How they just shut the stores down and didn't tell employees that this was expected. I'm not happy with Walmart, in regards to this. Looks like Amazon is hurtin their BL really something!
I'm glad they kept the Charlotte/Pineville stores open.
Businesses close all the time. It’s just part of the ever changing world. Online shopping is remaking this country Less and less brick and mortar stores. What do you expect? They have no choice but to reallocate assets. To many people take it personally.
Good, the 4 near me the veggies and fruit are always out of date and past due dates on everything else. I wouldn't shop there if that was my only choice. Not a dime ever again.
At least I'm getting a $45 refund check now. I didn't use or plan on using the membership anyways.