Soon, Michigan Walmart shoppers will notice a little proverbial dust kicked up during their shopping trips.

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Walmart Burton, MI 2022 Credit: Google Street View
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The company announced its aggressive plan to build or remodel around 800 stores.

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Most of their stores have looked like the above picture for nearly 15 years. Before that, they had the old logo on a dark blue background.

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Walmart Burton, MI 2011 Credit: Google Street View
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Several Michigan Walmart locations to be remodeled.

The company's goal is to improve layouts to make shopping easier while offering a wider selection of products.

According to Bloomberg, 150 locations will get an entirely new store. Some of those will be remodeled to become Supercenters -- their biggest layout offering a pharmacy, auto service, clothing and items for your home in addition to groceries.

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Walmart Corunna Road, Flint, MI 2011, Credit: Google Street View
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While Michigan doesn't have many Walmart Neighborhood Market locations (just groceries) many of those around the country will become Supercenters.

The remaining 650, or so, stores will be renovated/updated.

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All of this will start in 2024.

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Michigan is home to 90 Walmart locations, 23 Sam's Clubs, two distribution centers and one fulfillment center.

Their website provides a lot of detailed information about their footprint in the state. Over 35,500 people are employed by Walmart in Michigan. They support another 40,000+ jobs by working with over 840 suppliers, too.

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With the holiday shopping season right around the corner, let's take a minute to remember all the stores that we used to go to that are no longer in business.

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