Trussville Walmart announces online grocery pickup
From the Trussville Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) hosted a ribbon cutting today to announce Trussville Walmart’s Online Grocery Pickup (OGP).
Online Grocery Pickup (OGP) provides the customer the opportunity to do all their grocery ordering from their smart phone, tablet or computer and WalMart’s team of well-trained associates will do the shopping for them just like a personal shopper.
As the customer heads to the store, one can sign in with remote check-in which will notify the store of the customer’s arrival. The customer will be directed where to park, and their items will be delivered to and loaded into the car.
If customers want to come into the store anyway, they can still check in and their merchandise will be loaded for them. This process will save the customers time and will be the best in convenience at no extra cost. The service is absolutely free.
In addition to the ribbon cutting ceremony, there was also a DJ supplied by Coca-Cola, and several vendors were onsite giving away items.
In attendance included Trussville city officials Mayor Buddy Choat; Councilman Perry Cook; Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Diane Poole; Board President Jeremy Tuggle; Board Members Jay Mather, Debra McCarley, and Lynn Middleton; Chamber ambassadors Ken Gerlach, Natalie Norton, and Meagan Doonan Welch; along with Walmart’s Food Co-Manager, Jimmy Moody; Brian Robinson, GM Co-Manager; Jacquetta Washington, OGP Assistant Manager; and a host of WalMart management and associates (not shown: John Welsh, Store Manager, and John Tow, Market Manager).