New Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market opens in Panorama City

October 22, 2012 by  

A Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market opened late last month in Panorama City to joyful tunes performed by the city’s high school band. The band played celebratory music in the parking lot as hundreds of shoppers awaited the opening of the new store. In addition to the lively music, the grand opening celebration included a number of speeches. The new Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market is the first of its kind in the area and is situated at the corner of Van Nuys Boulevard and Nordhoff Street.

When businesses celebrate grand openings or other activities, banner printing is often used to welcome customers and commemorate the event. Flyer printing and poster printing may also be used to promote specials or advertise the opening of the new store. Large retailers such as Wal-Mart that come into the area may also need a number of other printing services, such as Catalog Printing or business card printing .

Jerry Spencer, who is the operations vice president for Wal-Mart, commented to the crowd that gathered outside of the store. Spencer said that the company would offer stability, jobs, and become involved in events within the community.

A number of other Wal-Mart Neighborhood Markets are in the plans for the Los Angeles area, including Downey, Bell Gardens, and Altadena. A store is also under construction in Chinatown and is scheduled to open early next year.

At least two other stores have leased space in the shopping center just since the announcement that Wal-Mart was coming, according to Suzanne Ponder, who manages the Vannord Shopping Center.