BJ's Wholesale Club, a leading operator of membership warehouse clubs in the Eastern United States, opened its newest club in Canton, Michigan, last week. The retailer now has five locations in Michigan and 230 total U.S. clubs.
“We are thrilled to expand our footprint in Michigan and bring more savings and expansive offerings to our smart-saving Canton community,” said David Weber, Club Manager of the Canton BJ’s Wholesale Club. “Our team has been working diligently to get this club prepared for our grand opening and we couldn’t be more excited.”
BJ’s members can choose from a variety of convenient shopping options like curbside pickup, in-club pickup, same-day delivery, in-club shopping, as well as online at BJs.com, and using BJ’s mobile app. Plus, BJ’s helps members save time and money by offering unbeatable value on everything they need in a one-stop shop, including saving up to 25% off grocery store prices every day.
The new club is located at 43690 Ford Road in Canton. As members have come to expect from all BJ’s clubs, this newest location will feature a vast selection of fresh foods, produce, a full-service deli, household essentials, pet supplies, and various exclusive offerings. The club will also delight shoppers with the treasure-hunt experience that BJ’s members know and love with an assortment of seasonal items, home décor, fashion for the family, toys, hot tech, a selection of local products, and much more.
BJ’s Charitable Foundation is proud to support the local communities of the surrounding areas of its club locations. To date, the retailer has donated to the YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit in support of youth programs and Forgotten Harvest food bank.
“We are so excited to have BJ’s Wholesale Club join us as a partner for this year’s Girls on the Run and STRIDE youth programs,” said Susan Walters-Klenke, Fund Development Director at the YMCA. “This year, BJ’s gift will help us provide funding for underserved children and help train 300 coaches, directly impacting the youth we serve in our Canton community and surrounding areas. We welcome the new BJ’s club and look forward to working together to help our communities thrive.”
The donation to Forgotten Harvest is part of BJ’s Feeding Communities program, a food rescue partnership where the company donates unsold perishable food to Feeding America member food banks in its footprint, helping to get wholesome food onto the plates of families. To date, BJ’s has donated more than 120 million pounds of food including meat, produce, dairy, and bakery items to Feeding America member food banks.