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STREAMWOOD, IL - JANUARY 12: A sign hangs outside a Sam's Club store on January 12, 2018 in Streamwood, Illinois. The store is one of more 60 sheduled to close nationwide by the end of January. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Sam’s Club is helping out the healthcare workers on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic with its new ‘Hero Hours’ program.
Starting this Sunday, stores open from 8-10am just for first responders and healthcare workers to shop. The best part is, they aren’t required to have a Sam’s Club membership. The store will also provide masks and practice social distancing.

The company says its Hero Hours will “help your community’s heroes do what they do best – keep you safe”.

Make sure to share with any of your friends who you know in the healthcare industry! Kudos to Sam’s Club.

 

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