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Houston — Waste Management has partnered with Sam's Club to provide membership discounts to small and medium business customers, allowing them access to Sam’s Club’s savings on bulk merchandise and supplies.
“We’re proud to offer services and discount programs to our customers, especially with today’s tough economy,” said Downs Deering, VP Waste management’s small and medium business solutions division. “It’s our way of helping to promote the success of American businesses, and a way to say ‘thank you’ to our customers for their loyalty.”
Waste Management will offer Sam’s Club small business members their first month of solid waste and recycling collection service free when they add a new service. And, Sam’s Club will offer a special membership discount to Waste Management’s small and medium business customers.
“Aligning with Waste Management allows Sam’s Club to provide savings to our business members and the small business community,” said Mike Turner, senior vice president of membership at Sam’s Club. “Expanding our member benefits to environmental and waste service savings restates our commitment to seeing small businesses succeed by providing essential items and services at an exceptional value.”