Watertown, Jefferson, Beaver Dam and Hartford are the area’s Walmart stores that will see upgrades as part of the giant retailer’s $150 million plan for an extensive remodeling of its outlets in Wisconsin.

“Building on its commitment to the communities it serves, Walmart plans to invest an estimated $150 million this year in Wisconsin to update and remodel 28 local stores,” the corporation announced Wednesday. “In addition to the local jobs the investment supports, these store transformations will create an updated experience for customers, including expanded shopping options to help people save time and money.”