U.S. retailer Wal-Marts is unveiling an indoor stair rail at its North Carolina store that will offer customers a glimpse of the indoor speedways at their local Wal-mart.
The indoor stairs are part of a remodel to its indoor speed range.
The Wal-marts North Carolina location is in the city of Fayetteville, which is just a few miles from the city where the original indoor stair rails were built.
The stairs will offer a view of the speedway, the first step on the indoor circuit.
The stair rails, which are designed to withstand the impact of a train on them, will be installed in the next few months.
Wal-mans North Carolina indoor stair ramp will be the first of many steps in its remodel of its indoor course.
The company plans to make the stairs a permanent fixture in the facility by late 2020.
The indoor speed ramps at Wal-A-Mart in Fayetteburg, North Carolina, are designed as part of the company’s overhaul of its North American speedways, which include a section that will connect to the indoor ramps in the center of the facility.
Photo courtesy of Wal-Merchants.comThe indoor stair ramps are part the company will be making permanent fixtures in the new facility, according to Wal-Wal’s chief executive, Joe Walworth.
Walworth said in a statement the company is “building a world-class facility that will create more employment opportunities and improve customer service.”
Wal-Martin has had several attempts to replace the indoor stair railing with new ramps, including in the form of a temporary ramp that was installed at the company in 2019.
The ramp is designed to be able to withstand a train impact.
Walmarts indoor stair plan will be a “temporary solution” for the first two floors, but the company plans on adding more indoor ramps to its facility over time.