There’s nothing fancy about Sam’s Club; it’s a utilitarian place that has everything you need, when you need it. Owned and operated by Walmart, Sam’s Club was founded in 1983 in the US and grew into a major chain of warehouse stores.
Named after founder Sam Walton, Sam’s Club operates on a membership structure land sells items in bulk directly off pallets. In the US, the average Sam’s Club warehouse covers anywhere from 6,600sqm to 12,100sqm.
Though a branch opened four years ago at Yizhuang Creative Life Plaza in Daxing District, many expats aren’t aware of its existence. Like the original, the store features low prices, bulk merchandise, samples handed out by employees, lots of space, and a variety of products.
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