Sam's Club is an American chain of membership-only retail warehouse clubs founded by Sam Walton in the year 1983. Owned and operated by Walmart, Sam's Club is headquartered in Bentonville, United States with over 650 established membership warehouse clubs in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and Brazil. Banking on the ownership of Walmart, Sam's Club enjoys the perks of serving quality and value goods to 40 million consumer. It ranks among the top in sales volume warehouse clubs in America and enjoys the first mover advantage in the merchandizing category. Sam's Club enjoys the sales of brand-name merchandises at a significantly lower prices than the typical retail and discount stores. It further offers a number of member advantages such as free delivery on most products for Plus members, as well as Cash Rewards, early shopping, prescription discounts, and the benefits of Club membership. It also carries Member's Mark, an exclusive, premium-quality private brand, in addition to the major national brands. These goods are specially designed to utilise top-of-the-line materials and the finest quality ingredients to make sure that you get the finest quality and value at members-only rates. The Sam's club is now trying to diversify its market and tap into the e-commerce fulfilment centres as part of Walmart's online retailing commitment to compete with Amazon.