Wal-Mart opening four Neighborhood Market stores in Bay AreaSan Francisco Business TimesDate: Wednesday, March 7, 2012, 7:15am PSTWal-Mart Stores Inc. on Tuesday announced plans to open four of its Neighborhood Market grocery stores in the Bay Area, the Contra Costa Times reports.The retailer is planning outlets at a former Circuit City site in Hayward, a one-time Nob Hill grocery in Pleasanton, a site in San Ramon and a former Safeway store in San Jose.The chain said the new locations, which would offer a full range of groceries, would each employ about 75 people.In all, Wal-Mart (NYSE: WAL) is looking to open 13 Neighborhood Markets in California.
The h e l l you say!
Now WHO was the moron that said "WalMart will never get into San Francisco"?
Is that you Larry or Dorree?You forgot to sign out dummy.SAVE MONEY LIVE BETTER SHOP WALMART.
The one thing the union stores dont want to see is a low cost grocer with pharmacy come in and take their business. This is good for the community especially in the low income and retired seniors area"s.
I can't wait to shop there!
Why do you want to shop at Walmart It's nasty store and nasty people in whole planet.It better to shop in dollar stores instead of walmart.
Doree, have you picked up your application yet? If not, get one for me.