Well THAT is a lot of cash.

Walmart is making a very serious commitment to New Jersey -- as they should -- by investing a whopping $96 MILLION in remodeling, relocating, or expanding various store locations throughout the garden state.

Well, lucky for us -- TWO of those lucky Walmarts are right here at the Jersey Shore.

The two lucky winners are:

326 West Main Street, Freehold

1872 Route 88, Brick

“Walmart is strongly committed to enhancing the overall shopping experience in New Jersey,” said Glen Spencer, Walmart’s Regional General Manager for New Jersey. “We’re investing millions in technology and innovations, as well as in our people.  This will significantly benefit our customers, whether they’re shopping in-store or online.”

So here are a few things that Walmart already has plans to improve.
1. To expand their grocery pickup program and improve their Walmart voice order which allows customers to place orders by saying "Hey Google, talk to Walmart."

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2. Add grocery delivery option to stores throughout the state
3. Add Walmart Pickup Towers - basically a vending machine that puts together an order within 1 minute.
4. A new unloading technology that can be used behind the scenes.

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5. An autonomous floor scrubber which will handle cleaning and scrubbing their concrete floors (you think I could get one for my place?)

Kind of cool and I can't wait to try all of their new gadgets. For updates, keep track of announcements at Walmart.com.

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