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Bentonville, Ark. In honor of Veteran’s Day, Sam’s Club said Tuesday that it will waive membership requirements and allow veterans and their families to shop for holiday merchandise during three open houses.
Sam’s is inviting military personnel and families to 598 stores on Nov. 17, Dec. 1, and Dec. 15.
During these visits, retired and active servicemen and women with proper military identification can do their holiday shopping, from meal supplies to gifts and wrapping needs.
More than 3,000 Sam's Club and Wal-Mart associates are active military personnel. The open houses are one of the company’s efforts to support numerous military and veterans programs.