Walmart announces estimated $56 million store improvement plan for 2018

Walmart announces estimated $56 million store improvement plan for 2018

Walmart announced Wednesday it expects to spend an estimated $56 million over the next year in Washington, remodeling 16 stores and rolling out other innovations,

“2018 is going to be an exciting year for Walmart in Washington as we continue to focus on serving our customers through innovation and investments, so they can save money and live better,” said Travis Bailey, Walmart Regional General Manager in the Pacific Northwest. “We’ve had a sharp focus on making our store experience second to none and our customers are telling us that our plan is working. Our team is energized and we’re looking forward to exceeding our customer’s expectations for what a great Walmart shopping experience can be like.”

Walmart plans to remodel stores in the following locations:

-Bonney Lake Supercenter, 19205 State Route 410 E

-Covington Store, 17432 SE 270th Pl

-Ephrata Supercenter, 1399 Nat Washington Way

-Everett Store, 11400 Highway 99

-Kennewick Supercenter, 2720 S Quillan St

-Lakewood Supercenter, 7001 Bridgeport Way W

-Oak Harbor Store, 1250 SW Erie St

-Pasco Supercenter, 4820 N Road 68

-Port Angeles Supercenter, 3411 E Kolonels Way

-Richland Supercenter, 2801 Duportail St

-Spanaway Supercenter, 20307 Mountain Hwy E

-Spokane Supercenter, 9212 N Colton St

-Tumwater Supercenter, 5900 Littlerock Rd SW

-Vancouver SE Supercenter, 430 SE 192nd Ave

-Vancouver Store, 9000 NE Highway 99

-Wenatchee Supercenter, 2000 N Wenatchee Ave

In-store and online innovations in 2018 include Online Grocery Pickup, Mobile Express Scan and Go, and Walmart Pickup Towers.