The Oklahoman (Sunday) - - BUSINESS -

Home­land: The rib­bon-cut­ting for the remodeled Home­land at 1108 NW 18 starts at 11:45 a.m. Wed­nes­day and will fea­ture ap­pear­ances by Mayor David Holt, Coun­cil­woman Meg Sa­lyer, Thun­der mas­cot Rum­ble and per­form­ers from the team’s cheer­leader squad and Ok­la­homa City Dodgers mas­cots Boomer and Sooner.

Wal­mart: For a charge of $9.95 with no sub­scrip­tion or in­creased gro­cery prices, cus­tomers in the greater Ok­la­homa City metro can visit wal­­cery or through the Wal­mart Gro­cery mo­bile app, en­ter their ZIP codes and be­gin cre­at­ing their shop­ping lists. Dur­ing check­out, they se­lect a time for their or­der to be de­liv­ered. At the time of check­out, cus­tomers will pay the de­liv­ery fee. No money is ex­changed at the cus­tomer’s door.

Wal­mart re­ports they will pro­vide trained per­sonal shop­pers to care­fully se­lect the fresh­est pro­duce, meats and other items each cus­tomer re­quested.

All Wal­mart gro­cery or­ders are backed by the chain’s fresh­ness guar­an­tee. De­liv­ery part­ners will be re­quested by a Wal­mart gro­cery as­so­ciate when the or­der is ready to be de­liv­ered, who will then drive di­rectly to the cus­tomer’s lo­ca­tion dur­ing the one-hour de­liv­ery win­dow they chose. Cus­tomers can get their first or­der de­liv­ered for free with promo code FRESHCAR with a $50 min­i­mum or­der.

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