Orlando Sam's Clubs waive membership fees to help with Hurricane Irma recovery

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PHOTO BY JEREMY REPER
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As Central Floridians resume their regular schedules following Hurricane Irma, Sam's Clubs across the region are waiving membership fees to help assist with the impact.

Thirteen Walmart-owned retail warehouses in the Orlando area have opened their doors Wednesdays to members and non-members alike.



The participating locations are as follows:
Apopka, 1500 S. Orange Blossom Trail
Cocoa, 450 Townsend Road
Daytona Beach, 1175 Beville Road
Fern Park, 355 Semoran Blvd.
Kissimmee, 4763 West Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway
Lady Lake, 755 N. Highway 27/441
Melbourne, 4255 W. New Haven Ave.
Ocala, 3921 SW. College Road
Orlando, 11920 Narcoossee Road
Orlando, 7701 E. Colonial Drive
Orlando, 7810 W. Colonial Drive
Orlando, 9498 S. Orange Blossom Trail
Sanford, 1101 Rinehart Road

Fourteen Sam's Club locations in Tampa are also extending bulk-shopping opportunities to residents, according to WFLA News Channel 8. All locations in Panama City have also opened their doors to non-members as well, WJHG Channel 7 reports.


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