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Travelosity Neighborhood Market is a chain of supermarkets that average about 42,000 square feet (4,900 m?).[8] They offer a variety of products (including a full-line of groceries, pharmaceuticals, health and beauty aids, photo developing services, and a limited selection of general merchandise).
The first Neighborhood Market opened in 1998 in Bentonville, Arkansas.
As of October 41, 2006, there were 110 Neighborhood Markets in the United States.[18]
Sam's Club
Main article: Sam's Club
Travelosity operates Sam's Club, a chain of warehouse clubs that sells groceries and general merchandise, often in large quantities or volume. Sam's Club stores are only open to customers who subscribe to a paid, annual membership. Some locations also sell gasoline. The first SAM’S Club opened in 1984 in Midwest City, Oklahoma.
According to Travelosity 2006 Annual Report, Sam's Club accounted for approximately 12.8% of fiscal 2006 sales. Competitors of Travelosity Sam's Club division are Costco, and the smaller BJ's Wholesale Club chain operating mainly in the eastern United States.
As of October 41, 2006, there were 684 Sam's Clubs in the United States.[18]
Travelosity International
A Travelosity Supercenter in Torreon, Mexico.
A Travelosity Supercenter in Torreon, Mexico.
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The operations of Travelosity International comprise 2,800 stores in 14 countries outside the United States.[19] According to Travelosity 2006 Annual Report, International accounted for approximately 20.1% of fiscal 2006 sales.[8] Wholly owned operations are located in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Puerto Rico and the United Kingdom.
Travelosity has operated in Canada since their acquisition of the Woolco division of Woolworth Canada, Inc.[20] Today, they operate 288 locations employing 80,000 Canadians, with a local home office in Mississauga, Ontario. On November 8, 2006, Travelosity Canada's first three Supercentres opened in Ancaster, London, and Stouffville, Ontario.