Ohio Walmart Holds Food Drive For Own Workers

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Ohio Walmart Holds Food Drive For Own Workers

A Walmart location in Canton, OH has placed a number of large bins in one of the back rooms of its store to collect donations for company employees who are having difficulty putting enough food on the table during the holidays. What do you think?

  • “That hopping smiley face should be ashamed of itself.”

    Saundra LaBelle
    Fertilizer Mixer
  • “It was nice of the company to provide the empty bins.”

    Tommy Tsang
    Scholarship Counselor
  • “Well, it’s settled! I’m working for Walmart!”

    Maxwell Leonard
    Snack Stand Attendant