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Renovations coming to Walmart

The Salisbury Walmart on Arlington Street is going through a remodeling, inside and out, and the changes will represent the latest in Walmart’s store design and customer experience.
The new design is based on feedback from customers and will feature a clean, open and bright look in the store with wider aisles, low-profile shelving, bright interior paint scheme, new lighting and easy-to-read signage to help customers find the products they need.
“We are excited to bring an improved shopping experience to our customers,” said Lee Lowe, store manager. “We listened to our customers and are redesigning the store to make shopping at Walmart even easier.”
Every department of the store will be updated, including all new shelving, signing, flooring and product assortment. The store will also feature a new layout designed to make shopping for everyday items easier and faster by aligning the products customers purchase the most.
The store will remain open during the renovations. Maps of the store layout will be available at the entrance, and directional signage will be located throughout the store. The majority of construction and moving will be completed during the overnight hours to make shopping easier for customers.
The Salisbury Walmart is hiring about 90 additional associates to help with the remodel. It is expected to be complete in October.

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