The Walmart Supercenter at 1608 S. Division St. celebrated its much-anticipated re-grand opening following a remodel.
Shoppers can now enjoy upgrades to the Electronics Section, expanded Grocery Delivery, and new signage. The location’s new mural inside the store highlights Guthrie’s history as Oklahoma’s first state capital, Route 66, and the Guthrie Depot Train Station.
These changes represent Walmart’s commitment to supporting art initiatives across the nation, in addition to helping Guthrie customers save money and time.
“The Guthrie community has been counting down the days to our renovation,” said Store Manager Michael Hand. “We’re proud to bring expanded services and departments to our customers, as well as give back to organizations that make our city better.”
The Walmart location presented multiple checks to local groups, including $2,000 to the City of Guthrie, $1,500 to the Friends of Guthrie Public Library, and three $1,000 checks to Guthrie High School, Pepper’s Ranch, and Dress for Success Oklahoma City.
Guthrie Mayor Steve Gentling, the Guthrie Fire and Police Departments, and the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce also attended to celebrate the store’s re-grand opening and its charitable contribution to the community.
Additionally, Walmart customers have more options to shop when, where, and how they want via:
- Walmart Pay, a touch-free way to pay, and
- Walmart+, a membership program combining in-store and online benefits, including unlimited free grocery delivery and unlocking access in the Walmart app for quick checkout in-store.
To experience Walmart’s new shopping features, customers can download the Walmart app through the Apple Store or Google Play.
Walmart partners with NOW Art, a public art curator, to engage artists across America. Today, community murals are featured in hundreds of Walmart stores, and original artworks are unveiled weekly in newly transformed locations.