The retail giant is a long way from its original, more hip, more urbanized, more edgy brand image.
It’s still a small, sprawling chain, but now it’s a large, sprawling retailer.
The store has moved into some new spaces like the Walmart Tower in Brooklyn, where the Walmart logo is visible from all angles.
It even has a new name: Walmart Vision, and the name means Walmart Vision 2020.
In New York City, the company is still focused on the same old shopping, with a big, white banner at the top of the entrance to the store.
But, with the opening of Walmart Vision stores in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Staten Island, the store’s image has shifted to a much more upscale image.
“This is where the brand’s going,” said Mike Hines, vice president of sales at the retail giant.
“Walmart Vision 2020 is now a bigger store.
It is a bigger brand.
It has more signage.
We’re moving it closer to the people that it serves, so it’s an even bigger experience.”
In its first year of Vision 2020, Walmart Vision has seen sales increase by about 35% compared to the previous year, according to Hines.
“It was not a great year for the brand in terms of the store footprint, in terms on the overall business, but we did a good job of growing the brand,” he said.
The Vision store will open in Brooklyn on April 12 and in Staten Island on April 17.
For the first time in the brand history, Walmart will be opening in a different city than its original retail hub in Arkansas.
In 2016, Walmart opened its first U.S. store in the small town of Bentonville, Ark., which is a couple of hours from Memphis, Tennessee.
In 2020, it plans to open a new store in North Carolina.
The new Walmart Vision store is slated to open in New York in 2021.
“The brand has become much more comfortable and comfortable,” Hines said.
“We’re very happy with what we did this year.
It was not an easy year.”
The Walmart Vision franchisees will be working alongside the new store managers to help ensure the store can handle the growth of the brand.
Walmart Vision will also offer a new “Shop for Me” campaign, where employees will go shopping in the store and ask shoppers for a coupon, which is then redeemed at a Walmart store in another location.
“These are really important things that we are doing in the future to help build the brand and make sure that people are coming back to Walmart and getting the brand right,” Hains said.