Upgrades Planned for Corry Walmart
It is one of 14 stores in Pennsylvania that will see the improvements.
Upgrades are coming to the Walmart in Corry.
The company said it will roll out several in-store and online innovations to make shopping faster and easier for customers.
It is one of 14 stores in Pennsylvania that see an estimated $49 million in improvements over the next year.
Walmart said it plans to expand the following services:
- Online grocery pickup: Customers can order online and pick them up without having to leave their cars. The service is free, and prices are the same as in-store.
- Mobile express scan and go: Customers can scan items with their mobile devices while shopping, pay instantly and skip the checkout line.
- Walmart pickup towers: Customers can scan a bar code sent to their phone to pick up online orders in less than a minute, just like a high-tech vending machine.
The Corry store is located at 961 E. Columbus Ave.
In Mercer County, the Hermitage Walmart at 1275 N. Hermitage Rd. will also see improvements.