Walmart has opened a 24-hour store in downtown Seattle, and the store will be selling its entire line of products from 7am to 7pm every day.
The store is expected to sell products ranging from groceries to clothes and more.
It has previously opened a 10-hour shop, but only in the city’s inner suburbs.
It opened the store on Monday and it’s expected to stay open until March 27.
The 24-hours store has been running for the past two weeks, and is expected continue to sell groceries and other items from the same hours.
Walmart opened a new store in Seattle in October 2016 and is now the fourth-largest US retailer in terms of the number of stores.
The company is a major part of the US grocery industry and also sells its own brand of products.
Walmart is currently the world’s largest private employer, with over 10.5 million workers.