Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Walmart has made several adjustments to its hours, including Permanently stopping their 24-hour schedulesTemporary hours for seniors in the morning and early closing.
Now, starting Friday, Walmart will implement new “special” hours at all of its stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico, which are designed to make the shopping experience easier for people with sensory disabilities.
The changes include fixed-image televisions, there will be no music and the lights in stores will be reduced.
The special table mentioned above sIt will be from 8:00 am to 10:00 am local time every day, starting November 10.
These special hours are designed to create a more inclusive shopping environment for people with sensory disabilities.
in press releaseThe company said: “During these hours, we expect our customers and partners to find stores A little more relaxed “For the senses.”
“These changes are thanks to those who shared their comments about how the stores can help them feel at home,” he added.
Walmart has already been piloting the concept of sensory-friendly watches during the back-to-school season, and the response has been very positive.
The feedback received prompted the department store chain to expand these special hours to all of its stores.
According to the company, there is no planned end date for these new special watches.
This decision by Walmart adds to the growing trend among supermarkets and entertainment spaces that are adapting to their environments Meet different needs From consumers.
Retail experts say this strategic shift could not only boost customer loyalty, but also attract more shoppers to their stores, as reported in Best Life magazine.
This initiative is expected to provide a more comfortable and enjoyable environment for shoppers, especially during the morning hours, which are generally less crowded compared to the evening hours.
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