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    OUR THREE BASIC BELIEFS


    When Sam Walton founded Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (“Wal-Mart”), he established the


    “Three Basic Beliefs” to which we remain firmly committed:


    Respect for the Individual


    Service to our Customers


    Strive for Excellence


    The Three Basic Beliefs go hand in hand with the integrity and ethical conduct that is the


    foundation of our business.


    GUIDING ETHICAL PRINCIPLES


    As Wal-Mart Associates and Directors, we must:


    Follow the law at all times;


    Be honest and fair;


    Never manipulate, misrepresent, abuse or conceal information;


    Avoid conflicts of interest between work and personal affairs;


    Never discriminate against anyone;


    Never act unethically - even if someone else instructs you to do so;


    Never ask someone to act unethically;


    Seek assistance if you have questions about this Statement of Ethics or if you face an


    ethical dilemma;


    Cooperate with any investigation of a possible ethics violation; and

    Report ethics violations or suspected violations.
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    Your not going to find anything from walmart that says that they allow carry. They say that they will follow the state laws of whatever state that store is in. Calling and asking them if they have a firearms policy might end up getting them banned from the stores. Ive OCed in VA and IN at many walmarts, many times, and never once had a problem. Just keep doing what your doing adn if they ask you to leave, just leave and call the manager asking them why their employees dont follow their corporate policy of "following the state laws". Thats the best we can do.

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    PackininVB wrote:
    Just keep doing what your doing and if they ask you to leave, just leave and call the manager asking them why their employees dont follow their corporate policy of "following the state laws". Thats the best we can do.
    Good advice for any store you go into, not just Wal-Mart. Your dollars speak louder than your words anyway.

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