Are you in the market for a new bedroom set? Looking for garden tools? The latest book on the New York Times bestseller list? Maybe you’re hosting a party or event and you need everything from fresh fruits and vegetables for salads, to meat for the barbecue, desserts, napkins and all of the serving dishes. No matter what you need for large gatherings or everyday family dinners, you’ll find it at Costco. If you’re buying a large quantity, you’ll enjoy Costco wholesale pricing.
The Costco story began in 1976, when entrepreneur Sol Price introduced an innovative new retail concept in San Diego, California with Price Club, the world’s first membership warehouse club. Originally, Price Club was limited exclusively to business members, who could purchase a wide range of supplies and wholesale items, with unmatched savings. Jim Sinegal, the executive vice-president of merchandising, distribution and marketing, helped to turn Price Club into a success story that changed the face of retailing worldwide.
Seven years later, Jim Sinegal channeled his expertise into co-founding Costco Wholesale with Jeff Brotman, and together they opened the first warehouse in Seattle, Washington in 1983.
In 1993, the Price Club and Costco merged and Costco was on the way to becoming the world’s most successful warehouse club.
You’ll find Costco in major Canadian cities across the country, such as Edmonton, Calgary, Mississauga, Winnipeg, Burnaby and Montreal. If you’re looking for a Costco wholesale store near you, be sure to check for store locations and hours on the shopeo.ca website. For information on the vast selection that Costco offers, their partnerships with other brands and services or membership information, please visit the Costco website costco.ca.
Costco is in the Home & Garden category of this kimbino.ca site. Bookmark this page so you can always refer back to it when you want to see the latest Costco weekly flyer. If, for some reason, you don’t find what you’re looking for in the Costco online flyer, you can check similar shops such as Home Depot, Kent, Rona, Tupperware, BMR, Canac, Leon's, Lowe's, Pottery Barn and Home Hardware.