New Lake Elsinore Walmart Supercenter set to open March 31

LAKE ELSINORE, Calif. — Residents of Lake Elsinore and the surrounding communities are invited to join several local dignitaries including City Mayor Steve Manos at an 8 a.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony at the City’s new Walmart Supercenter tomorrow morning, Wednesday, March 31. The event will also feature a presentation of grants to local organizations, organizers have said.


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The new Lake Elsinore Supercenter, located at 29260 Central Avenue, will officially open for guests at 7 a.m. and replaces the company’s previous smaller Grape Street location, which closed its doors today.

Company officials say the larger, 154,487 square-foot location will offer products and services not previously available and will add about 100 additional associates to the retailer’s payroll, bringing their total number of associates to 320.

The new Supercenter will also feature a full-service deli, produce, bakery, and meat departments, as well as free online grocery pickup service and express delivery.

“The old store had same-day pickup but the items were not food-based,” Marco Jimenez, manager of the new supercenter recently said. “The supercenter will have grocery pickup with complete orders that will be ready.”

“We’ve shifted almost all of the inventory over from the old store, so we’re just about done with that,” Jimenez continued. “It’s been a lot of merchandise to transfer and there are a lot of tasks and processes behind it.”


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The store will also feature a 3,090 square-foot seasonal outdoor garden center, outdoor/seasonal merchandise display, and arcade.

Groundbreaking for the new store took place in January 2020, and additional retail stores and restaurants were part of the project, according to reports.

The Bentonville, Ark-based retailer operates 280 Walmart locations throughout California, including 144 supercenters, 69 discount stores, and 67 smaller neighborhood markets. Nationwide, the company operates 3,570 supercenters.

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During his time with the sheriff’s department, Trevor worked at several different stations; including Robert Presley Detention Center, Southwest Station in Temecula, Hemet/Valle Vista Station, Ben Clark Public Safety Training Center, and Lake Elsinore Station; along with other locations.

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