Google now lists the latter store location as “closed”.
This article is based on company posts and certified media reports. Linked information in this article belongs to the following outlets: 11Alive.com, Google.com, GilaValleyCentral.net.
NewsBreak writes extensively about one of the world’s most successful retailers, the supermarket chain Walmart. These days, most of my articles detail ongoing company disputes and individual store closures.
Today, we received word that a Walmart store in Arizona has been closed indefinitely due to issues related to store inventory and customer safety due to a burst water pipe. News reports have also surfaced that a historic, high-traffic site in Georgia may close permanently due to problems with the fire.
11Alive.com’s Jan. 16 report, “Vine City Walmart Uncertain After Fire,” said the fire-ravaged Atlanta, Georgia supercenter has closed without an official announcement regarding repairs or an eventual reopening. It remains under scrutiny. The store opened in January 2013.
Excerpt from the report: The Atlanta Fire Department and police were recalled to the store, Deliberately set fire just before Christmas 2022. On December 24th, the store will open Facebook Page, “Due to unforeseen circumstances, Walmart Store 3008 will be closed all day. All pharmacy prescriptions will be forwarded to the nearest local Walmart: 1801 Howell Mill Road NW Atlanta, Georgia 30318. Once the store reopens, We will do our best to meet the needs of our customers.”
However, as of press time, the shop remains boarded up. This is quite unlike chains that have taken immediate action in past fires. And while Google.com now lists the location as “completely closed,” Atlanta City Councilman Byron Amos has been in touch with headquarters, who said a decision has not yet been made. said. all Options are still under consideration.
For its part, Walmart.com only lists the location as “Closed”.
Meanwhile, a January 20 report from GilaValleyCentral.net said in a vaguely related story, “Walmart closed due to burst pipe.” this Our Arizona store will be closed until further notice.
From GilaValleyCentral.net: Safford Walmart is currently closed after a water pipe burst and flooded the store. Some customers have reported being greeted at the door by employees who were told the store was closed until further notice.
Walmart has not yet responded to inquiries about a specific date, but analysts expect the company to reopen in the near term.
These are stories in development. If we have any relevant updates regarding these issues, we will share them here on NewsBreak.
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