Oct. 21, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Oklahoma's newest Sam's Club will open in
Thursday, Oct. 24
, providing members with numerous services and incredible savings on quality merchandise. The new club will open following an
ceremony involving numerous local dignitaries and Sam's Club officials.
The new club, located at 12905 E. 96th St. N., will be the 11th Sam's Club in
. Sam's Club currently employs more than 1,000 Oklahomans, and the new club will add an additional 140 jobs to the
community. The new Owasso Sam's Club comes 30 years after company founder
opened the first Sam's Club in
Midwest City, Okla.
"Sam's Club has a long history in this state, and we're thrilled to be opening this club in
three decades after Mr. Sam opened the first Sam's Club right here in
," said Club Manager
. "The community has been very welcoming, and we are looking forward to building long-term relationships in
Layout, bright atmosphere, expansive selections await members
The new Sam's Club features a shopper-friendly interior layout and measures approximately 136,000 square feet. The new Owasso Sam's Club benefits a wide range of shoppers seeking quality, selection and value.
sports fans will immediately notice the vast electronics department featuring the latest
. Busy parents and those who love to cook will find an expansive array of everyday needs including
home meal solutions
, vending machine snacks and
prepare small business members for success. Additional
benefits for small business owners
include early shopping hours,
Click 'n' Pull®,
truckload savings and access to quality items most often used by foodservice businesses,
restaurant owners and caterers
As an innovative steward of the communities it serves, Sam's Club utilizes a variety of environmentally friendly materials and energy-efficient fixtures. For instance, numerous daylight-harvesting skylights 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.