The front line workers need to get their groceries and essentials during this pandemic and Sam's Club is setting aside a certain time frame so they can get what they need. According to News 10 ABC, in an effort to help out the first responders and health care workers on the front lines of this pandemic, Sam's Club has a plan. The people who are putting themselves on the line for us each and every day will be able to shop at Sam's Club without a membership and at certain times designated just for them.

Starting this Sunday (April 19) Sam's Club will start something they call, "Hero Hours". This will run every Sunday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. They will not have to have a membership and employees with practice social distancing and wear masks.

"Hero Hours" will be implemented at all Sam's Club stores across the country starting this Sunday.

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