June 24, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- When the new Sam's Club at 309 Rolling Hills Circle in Easley Town Center opens on
Thursday, June 27
, residents and business owners will now have savings and convenience in their own back yard.
"No doubt about it, Sam's Club is going to be a tremendous boost to our economy and keep our locals inside the county and community. We are very fortunate to have Sam's Club here in
The grand opening ceremony and ribbon cutting will take place at
8 a.m., Thursday, June 27
. Local dignitaries, including Mayor Bagwell and Chamber President
, will be in attendance. In addition, legendary
University of South Carolina
will meet with fans and sign autographs from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday, June 29
Club to Employ 175 New Associates, Special Grand Opening Prices
The Easley Sam's Club brings new jobs with career opportunities to the community, and surrounding communities, employing approximately 175 associates.
"We're thrilled to hire so many individuals from the area and to begin serving and positively impacting Easley and
," said club manager
As a part of the Grand Opening, Sam's Club will offer
on a number of outstanding items
Thursday, June 27
Sunday, June 30
Bright, Environmentally Friendly Atmosphere
- A Vizio® 60-inch Class LED HDTV for $888.
- $100 off the Dell 15.6" Notebook
- A Magnavox 32" Class LED HDTV for $229.88
- $30 off the Fujifilm S8200 Bundle that includes the SD card and camera case.
- Fresh beef Ribeye steak for $7.99 a pound.
- Member's Mark Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts for $1.88 per pound.
- Mother Shucker's Original Cocktail Sauce– a locally-made product – 2 pack for $8.88.
The new club features a shopper-friendly interior layout and measures approximately 138,000 square feet. That's big enough to fit two
Easley Green Wave High School
football fields inside, with enough products to have a celebration for the whole school.
As an innovative steward of the communities they serve, Sam's Club utilizes a variety of environmentally-friendly materials and energy-efficient fixtures, including several daylight-harvesting skylights that reduce the amount of energy required to light the store by up to 75 percent daily. LED lighting throughout the club, including in the cooler and freezer box doors and jewelry counter, operates 70 percent more efficiently than traditional fluorescent lighting.