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Collaborating to Create American Jobs

By Michelle Gloeckler, Executive Vice President, Consumables and U.S. Manufacturing, Walmart

Almost two years ago, I had the opportunity to be part of Walmart’s biggest purchase order yet: $250 billion worth of products that support American manufacturing. Earlier this week, I had the honor of giving an update on our progress at the Women’s Wear Daily Apparel & Retail CEO Summit in… Read More


Top 10 Ways to Advance Your Call of Duty Experience

By Gordon Goldstein, Senior Buyer – Video Game Software, Walmart

It’s one of the most anticipated games of the year, and you can get it at Walmart a day early. Gear up to go to your local supercenter when Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition goes on sale at 12:01 a.m. Monday, November 3, and start your week of warfare with these tips. 1. Clear your… Read More



4 Easy Halloween Recipe Ideas

By Tina Butler, Walmart Mom Blogger, Mommy’s Kitchen

Make Halloween more exciting with a quick and easy dinner to enjoy before heading out for a night of trick-or-treating. In our house we do a Halloween dinner and prepare foods and snacks that are all Halloween themed. As a busy mom, everything needs to be quick and easy, so I think you will enjoy… Read More


Carving, Cooking and More: With Pumpkins, Take Your Pick

By Dorn Wenninger, Vice President, Walmart Produce and Floral

Trying to pick the perfect pumpkin? Grower David Kolean says it may not exist – but that’s what makes them so much fun. “The great thing about pumpkins is that they’re all a little different in shape. They all have a little character,” says David, a pumpkin grower for Walmart. “Some pumpkins have a… Read More


Bringing Hope to Families through Second Harvest Food Bank

By Judie Kellogg, Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida

I remember when my home was a cornerstone of our community. Our house was a place that neighbors could turn to if they needed anything, and our greatest constant was the regular dinners we shared as a family. When the recession hit, it all went away. My husband Paul’s office shut down and, he… Read More

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