Today, consumers in southern Bergen County, N.J., can see the newly renovated Walmart Supercenter in Teterboro, and also renovated units in Farmingdale, N.Y. The refurbishment includes several departmental transformations designed to help customers save time in an enhanced shopping experience.
New elements at the Teterboro and Farmingdale stores include reconfigured layouts to provide more convenient access to high-traffic areas such as baby food, pets and paper goods. It also has his Walmart Pay, a touchless payment app and online grocery pickup service.
Teterboro store manager Rezarta Mucka said: “These renovations underscore our commitment to the communities we serve and we are proud of our employees whose job it is to look after our customers throughout the renovations.”
“We are excited to offer these store upgrades that will help our customers save time and money, and we hope our customers will enjoy the changes as well,” said store manager Christian Thompson. “These renovations underscore our commitment and dedication to providing customers with a great shopping experience when and how they want to shop.”
To streamline checkout, stores have added regular lanes run by new employees. Walmart promoted entertainment products in its stores, giving consumers access to top brands and the latest entertainment technology. In addition, the exterior and interior of the store received a new paint job and new signage for easier navigation within the store.
Walmart offers pickup and delivery options. Grocery pickup for online shopping. Consumers don’t have to get out of their cars. The delivery is contactless and with express delivery, the customer can receive the goods within 2 hours of her.
The Walmart + membership program offers free delivery with no minimum charge, free delivery from stores as low as $35, discounts on fuel, use of the Scan and Go app, and free 6-month memberships to Spotify and Paramount+. Walmart+ costs $98/year or $12.95/month and includes a 15-day trial period.
As part of the opening, Walmart is donating $1,500 in grants to the Clowns and Corritis Foundation, Open Door Community Center, Broome Empowerment, Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department, Moonachee Police Department, and Oasis: A Shelter for Women and Children.
A $2,500 grant will go to a local Farmingdale charity, the North Shore Animal League of America, and $5,000 will go to the Suffolk County Police Athletic Federation.