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WAL MART
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July 02, 2003 
Store manager Gary Rains (R) leads the Wal-Mart cheer at the end of the
morning staff meeting with his... 
Bentonville, USA 
WAL MART HAS TRANSFORMED NORTHWEST ARKANSAS. 
Store manager Gary Rains (R) leads the Wal-Mart cheer at the end of the
morning staff meeting with his employees at store #100 in Bentonville,
Arkansas in this photo taken July 2, 2003. Wal-Mart has literally
transformed Northwest Arkansas from a rural backwater to a global
economic engine. Helen Walton, widow of Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton,
once described Bentonville as "just a sad-looking country town" when
Sam Walton opened his first store there in 1950. Five decades later,
Wal-Mart employees and families of Wal-Mart vendors and suppliers, such
as P&G and Kraft Foods Inc., are driving the area's growth, including
an unprecedented housing and commercial construction boom. REUTERS/Jeff
Mitchell

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