Job fair for Renton Sam’s Club employees scheduled for Jan. 24

About 63 Sam’s Club locations around the nation, including the one in Renton, will close permanently in March.

A job fair for Renton Sam’s Club employees is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 24.

The job fair comes following Walmart’s decision to close nearly 63 of Sam’s Clubs across the country, including the Renton location.

Nearly 179 positions from the Renton location will be terminated in March.

The employee job fair will be from 8 a.m. to noon, Jan. 24 at the Renton Sam’s Club, 901 S. Grady Way.

For more information, contact Cil Duenas Johnson, the marketing team lead of the Renton Sam’s Club at 425-652-1651 or visit https://www.facebook.com/events/975938019461441/.


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