An area Walmart underwent a significant renovation, and here’s what changed

Starting Friday, shoppers at the Clayton Walmart will have access to new technology and services.

The store at 7725 Hoke Road recently underwent a significant renovation, which added Walmart’s latest pickup tower technology and paved way for curbside grocery pickup.

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“We’re very excited about all the improvements throughout the store that will make our customers’ shopping experience better and more convenient,” said store manager Tammy Morrison. “We’ve always been known for saving our customers money. Now with the Pickup Tower and services like grocery pickup, we are also saving customers valuable time.”

The Pickup Tower offers a way to pick up orders through a smart phone app. The 16-foot-tall vending machine technology fulfills orders in minutes.

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The new store also features a renovated electronics department with interactive displays that allow customers to try laptops, tablets, mobile phones and more. The company said it also added an expanded home department, improved produce department layout, additional self-checkouts at the front of the store and an expanded tool section with enhanced displays.

“This remodel represents our continued investment in Clayton,” Morrison said. “Listening to customers and incorporating the conveniences and experiences they want is what it means to be a store in the community.”

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