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Sam’s Club is launching the Sam’s Club Care Accelerator Together with Humana program in early October in three states.
The most recent Elevation Forum in Rogers, Ark., brought 35 industry executives together to discuss the future of mass retail and how the top tier of companies adapt to changes.
The chain has made Same Day Club Pickup available at all of its locations for orders placed on its website or through its mobile app.
Sam’s Club members can now get alcohol, including wine, beer and spirits, delivered in select markets through Instacart.
Walmart and Sam's Club are committed to providing an additional $150,000 in support through cash and product donations to those affected by the recent floods and tornadoes.
Walmart and Sam’s Club are kicking off their sixth annual “Fight Hunger. Spark Change.” campaign, which looks to raise awareness about the ongoing hunger issue.
With Midwestern states recently affected by flooding, Hy-Vee, Walgreens, Walmart and Sam’s Club and CVS Health’s Aetna are offering various forms of support to those affected.
The camera in the Sam's Club Scan & Go app will identify items in a shopper’s basket with a simple hover and add it to the member’s shopping list.
Sam’s Club Now is a retail club that doubles as a technology lab, allows shoppers to interact with such technologies as computer vision, augmented reality and artificial intelligence robotics, and shop through the Scan & Go app.
Sam's Club will expand same-day delivery, which is powered by Instacart, to nearly 350 locations across the nation by the end of October.
Walmart and Sam's Club launched a customer campaign to assist communities impacted as part of the Walmart 2018 Relief Fund, that will match customer donations.
A Sam’s Club that closed earlier this year in Matteson, Ill., will be transitioned into an e-commerce fulfillment center for the retailer, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Sam’s Club is opening a new technology office in downtown Dallas, which will operate separately from Walmart’s other technology labs, and be devoted to the retailer's tech projects.
Running under the Sam’s Club banner, the Dallas-based store will be a 32,000-sq.-ft. location — smaller than a traditional Sam’s Club warehouses — and it will be exclusive to Sam’s Club members.