Entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to Walmart

By: Matt McGovern Email
By: Matt McGovern Email
The retail giant

They're pitching their products to managers and buyers, with the goal of getting them on store shelves.

BENTONVILLE, AR (NBC) - Hundreds of entrepreneurs flock to Walmart to pitch products "Made in America".

The retail giant's hosting an "open call" for businesses whose products are manufactured here - in a bid to bring the process, and jobs, back to america.

More than 500 entrepreneurs answered the call, bringing their ideas to the company's Bentonville, Arkansas headquarters.

They're pitching their products to managers and buyers, with the goal of getting them on store shelves.

Walmart's executives are set to spend $250 billion over the next ten years on projects supporting domestic products and jobs.


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