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Waukesha Walmart to open Nov. 3

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The Journal Sentinel business department follows developments in the local retail industry

Oct. 20, 2010
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By Doris Hajewski of the Journal Sentinel

Oct. 20, 2010 0

The new Walmart on Hwy. 59 in Waukesha will open November 3, according to a sign posted at the old Walmart on Hwy. 164.

The older store will close when the new one opens. A clearance sale is underway now at the Hwy. 164 store. I visited the store Tuesday and found many shelves already bare in the general merchandise areas.

The new Walmart in Muskego will open Oct. 27, at W159S6530 Moorland Rd.

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