BENTONVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — Sam’s Club is setting aside two hours each Sunday for first responders and health care workers to shop inside its stores without the required membership, the company announced on Twitter on Monday.
Starting Sunday, April 19, Sam’s Club will implement ‘Hero Hours,’ expanding its associate hours to include first responders and health care workers.
The retail warehouse club says membership will not be required to shop during these hours and employees will be provided masks and will practice social distancing.
‘Hero Hours’ will run every Sunday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
We’re proud to help the first responders and healthcare workers who help all of us. Every Sunday from 8-10 a.m. we’ll offer special hero hours nationally to help your community’s heroes do what they do best – keep you safe. No membership is required to shop during hero hours. pic.twitter.com/pRWtBM2RjC— Sam’s Club (@SamsClub) April 13, 2020
Sam’s Club says the special hours will be implemented at all stores nationwide.
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