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Warrenton

About the Store

A new Walmart store will open on the eastside of Highway 101, bringing new jobs and more affordable grocery options to the community. The store, 150,000 square-feet, will employ approximately 300 people. The Warrenton Walmart will offer affordable groceries, pharmacy and general merchandise all at everyday low prices.

“Communities around the country, including Clatsop County, continue to struggle with high unemployment rates. Walmart is pleased to bring about 300 new, good jobs to the Warrenton community,” said Matti Havener, Regional General Manager for Walmart in Oregon and Washington. “The new store will bring low prices on everyday household items and groceries to Warrenton, helping our local customers save money so they can live better.”

Walmart in Your Community

Walmart is proud to support the local charitable causes that are important to our customers and associates in their own neighborhoods. Walmart and the Walmart Foundation have contributed more than $5.3 million in Oregon in the past year to support several local charitable and civic organizations, including the Oregon Food Bank. In 2012, Walmart donated more than 2.2 million pounds of food to relieve hunger across the state.

Walmart’s investment in Oregon’s economy includes more than 29,000 supplier jobs. Walmart offers competitive benefits including health care coverage, 401(k) plans, career training programs and opportunities for advancement. Many Walmart associates have long careers with the company, and nearly 75 per cent of Walmart’s store management team began their careers as hourly associates.

Careers at Walmart

Available positions include store management, pharmacy, human resources, and a mix of full- and part- time hourly positions including customer service, cashiers and sales associates. Applicants can visit www.walmartstores.com/careers for additional information.

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Sign the local statement of support for Warrenton’s Walmart by emailing your statement to walmartoregon@gmail.com or calling (800) 840-7858.

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