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Sam’s Club® Brings Webb Chapel New Ways to Save


DALLAS, Texas, Sept. 19, 2011 – Webb Chapel residents will soon be able to spice up their shopping lists when Sam’s Club opens Sept. 29. Serving the community since 1984, the newly relocated club, located at 9461 Webb Chapel Rd., celebrates its official grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 8:30 a.m. Doors will open to members immediately following the ceremony.

Originally opened on West Northwest Highway, the 135,000-square-foot club will now be located on Webb Chapel. As part of its relocation, the club has gained an additional 7,000 square feet.

Club manager Ryan Niemeyer, who has lived in North Texas for more than 25 years and has held several Sam’s Club management positions said, “As a longtime citizen of North Texas, I understand the value of giving back and am proud to provide community-relevant products and support to our neighbors on behalf of Sam’s Club.”

The Webb Chapel club features a wide variety of merchandise that reflects the growing diversity among warehouse club shoppers.

“In this economy, everyone wants to save, and Sam’s Club members experience exceptional value over traditional retailers,” said Niemeyer. “We offer savings on everything from prescriptions to fresh foods, office supplies, and high-quality jewelry.”

In addition to fresh produce, the Webb Chapel club offers home meal solutions for families, freshly baked breads and pastries, and a deli department with rotisserie chicken, ribs and freshly prepared meals. Sam’s Club also offers exclusive brands, Artisan Fresh and Daily Chef, that providemembers with delicious and affordable skillfully prepared foods that deliver value on everyday needs.

Sam’s Club pharmacy, open to members and the public,features $4 and $10 generic prescriptions, savings on branded prescriptions, a hearing center and an optical department. Sam’s Club also offers free monthly health screenings to help members take charge of their health through preventative measures, supported by product offerings like the Prevention Plan and an exclusive line of Simply Right wellness and nutrition items.

Club to Employ 150 Associates
The Webb Chapel Club plans to employ approximately 150 associates, including 15 new positions created by the relocation. Club manager Ryan Niemeyer, celebrating 20-years as a Sam’s Club associate, started his career with Sam’s Club as an hourly associate at the Plano location in 1991.

Sam’s Club Supports Hunger Relief
The Webb Chapel Sam’s Club will fight hunger in the area by making regular product donations to the North Texas Food Bank, as part of a partnership between Sam’s Club and Feeding America – the nation’s largest hunger relief charity. Sam’s Club locations across the country regularly donate perishable food items to area hunger relief agencies, helping fight hunger in their communities and reducing food waste. Last year, Sam’s Club donated more than 13 million pounds of food to Feeding America, the nation’s largest hunger-relief charity.

Added Savings with eValues
eValues is a membership benefit program for Plus members that provides personalized savings on hundreds of items including fresh foods, health and beauty products, and office supplies, as well as other goods and services available at Sam’s Club locations.

There are no coupons to clip and no rebate forms to complete and mail with eValues. Sam’s Club Plus members receive customized offers tailored to them and discounts are automatically taken at the register with the swipe of membership cards.

Sam’s Club estimates Plus members save more than $300 per year with eValues.

About Sam’s Club
Sam’s Club, a division of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (NYSE: WMT), is the nation’s eighth largest retailer and a leading Membership warehouse club offering superior products and services to more than 47 million Members in clubs across the U.S., as well as in Brazil, China and Mexico. Members save an average of 30 percent over traditional retailers. To learn more about Savings Made SimpleSM, visit, and look for Sam’s Club on Twitter and Facebook