As it continues adding stores, BJ’s Wholesale Club has announced plans for four new locations including its first in Indiana.
The company, generally operating on the East Coast, has been moving westward over the past few years.
The four new stores will operate in Noblesville, IN, New Albany, OH, Wayne, NJ, and Midlothian, VA, the company stated. The New Albany location will be BJ’s seventh in Ohio, while the Midlothian and Wayne clubs will add to BJ’s strong presence in Virginia, at 13 clubs, and New Jersey, at 23 clubs.
“We’ve seen tremendous success in growing our footprint over the last several years, both in our core East Coast communities as well as in new markets like the greater Detroit and Pittsburgh areas,” said Bill Werner, BJ’s executive vp, strategy and development. “Our expansion into the greater Indianapolis and Columbus markets allows us to bring the value of our membership to these new communities we look forward to serving.”