On July 20, 2021 at 8:00 a.m., the long-awaited Murfreesboro Costco will open at 1524 Beasie Road. They are now hiring and pre-signing up businesses and individuals for membership cards so they can shop on opening day.
How to Apply for a Job at Costco Murfreesboro
The company has been recognized throughout the country for providing its employees with real living wages – the highest in the industry – and for its ethical business practices. They are now looking for employees for the Murfreesboro location. They offer paid vacations and holidays, as well as great benefits, including medical, dental, vision, a 401(k), and a free membership. Part time and full-time positions are available. To apply go to Costco.com/jobs.html, then click “apply online” and select “Murfreesboro, Tennessee.”
Costco warehouses present one of the largest and most exclusive product category selections to be found under a single roof. They carry top-quality national and regional brands, with 100% satisfaction guaranteed to its members, at prices consistently below traditional wholesale or retail outlets because they are ‘no frills.” Additional items are offered under its own Kirkland SignatureTM private label. The warehouses carry everything from fresh produce and meat, to housewares, to car care and more.
They are looking for staff in all areas, including bakery, cashiers, deli, gas station, hearing aid center, maintenance, optical, pharmacy, stockers, marketing/membership, and the tire center.
Where to Sign Up Early for a Membership
Now until opening day, businesses and individuals interested in purchasing a membership may go to the Embassy Suites at 1200 Conference Center Drive between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. to get signed up. Costco is open only to Costco members and offers three types of membership: Executive, Business and Gold Star. New members who sign up for auto-renewal will receive a Costco Shop Card. New Executive Memberships will receive a $20 card, and those purchasing a Gold Star or Business Membership will receive $10. This offer will expire on August 31, 2021.
Executive Members are offered additional savings on services such as auto and home insurance, Costco Auto Program, check printing, identity protection, and payment processing. Executive Members in the United States can earn an annual Two Percent Reward of up to $1,000 on qualified Costco and Costco Travel purchases. Terms, conditions and exclusions apply.
Business Members qualify by owning or operating a business, and pay an annual fee to shop for resale, business and personal use. This fee includes one free Household Card. Business Members may purchase additional membership cards for business partners or associates.
Individuals who don’t own a business may sign up for a Gold Star Membership. Gold Star Members pay an annual fee to shop for personal use. This fee includes one free Household Card.
Costco membership cards are accepted at all Costco locations around the world and online at Costco.com. Currently, the company operates 811 warehouses: 560 in the United States, 105 in Canada, 39 in Mexico, 25 in England, three in Scotland, one in Wales, three in Spain, one in France, 16 in South Korea, 14 in Taiwan, 30 in Japan, one in China, 12 in Australia and one in Iceland.
What to Know About Costco
Costco Wholesale Corporation operates an international chain of Costco membership warehouses that carry quality, brand-name and related private-label merchandise at substantially lower prices than are typically found at conventional wholesale or retail sources. Their corporate offices are located in Issaquah, Washington.
Warehouse stores are designed to help small- to medium-size businesses reduce costs in purchasing for resale and for everyday business use. Qualified individuals also are allowed to purchase for personal use.
Visa® is the only major credit card accepted by Costco. They also accept cash, checks, debit/ATM cards, EBT and Costco Shop Cards. Stores are generally open seven days a week for all members, but vary by location.
“We continue to grow nationally and globally because our members have enthusiastically embraced our unique model of retailing,” said Costco President and CEO Craig Jelinek.