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06/13/2022

BJ’s Wholesale Club to open 4 new locations

The warehouse club retailer is opening new stores in Indiana, Ohio, New Jersey and Virginia as part of its 2022 development plans.
Gisselle Gaitan
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BJ’s Wholesale Club shared the details of its four new locations, which are part of the next phase of its 2022 development plans.

Located in Noblesville, Ind.; New Albany, Ohio; Wayne, N.J.; and Midlothian, Va., the new locations not only channel the warehouse club retailer’s mission to bring a fresh approach to the club experience, but also offer value and convenience, the Westborough, Mass.-based company said.

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“We’ve seen tremendous success in growing our footprint over the last several years, both in our core East Coast communities as well as in new markets like the greater Detroit and Pittsburgh areas,” said Bill Werner, executive vice president of strategy and development. “Our expansion into the greater Indianapolis and Columbus markets allows us to bring the value of our membership to these new communities we look forward to serving.”

The Noblesville club will be the first BJ’s Wholesale Club in Indiana, the New Albany location marks the seventh site in Ohio, and both the Midlothian and Wayne clubs will continue to build its presence in Virginia with 13 clubs and New Jersey with 23 clubs respectively, the company said.

All four new locations will feature an extensive selection of fresh foods, a full-service deli and such household essentials as paper products, cleaning products, diapers and pet supplies among other essentials.

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The warehouse clubs also will feature such convenient shopping options as digital coupons, buy online and pick up in-club, curbside pickup, same-day delivery, same-day select and ExpressPay, as well as BJ’s Gas station.

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