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15 December, 2008. Shop at Sam's Club without membership

Holiday Open House Events Planned Nationwide

BENTONVILLE, Ark., Nov. 21, 2008— Sam's Club announced today it will host two open houses for military personnel, including retired and active service men and women and their families, nationwide, to make their holiday brighter.

Military personnel with proper identification can shop and save on their holiday meals and gifts at Sam's Club without a membership. The company will also waive its 10 percent non-member service fee. The military open houses will be held Monday, Dec. 1 and Monday, Dec. 15 in 598 Sam's Club locations in the U.S., during regular club hours.

To kick off the event, Sam's Club is offering a holiday greeting card photo session Nov. 17 in Annapolis, Md., Atlanta, Colorado Springs, Colo., Fayetteville, N.C. and Jacksonville, N.C. as well as in Norfolk, Va., Pearl City, Hawaii, San Antonio, San Diego and Woodbridge, Va. Military personnel and their families can get their photo taken by a professional photographer with a Nikon® DSLR camera against a "magical green screen," depicting several holiday and patriotic themed backdrops, provided by Nikon. Participating military personnel will also receive free 30 photo greeting cards from Sam's Club in these locations, a $10.50 value per order.

More than 3,000 Sam's Club and Walmart associates are active military personnel and the company supports numerous military and veterans programs. "We hope this event makes the holidays easier for military families and, if we can help them enjoy a special meal or find a unique gift, our mission will be accomplished," said Greg Johnston, executive vice president, Operations at Sam's Club. "This event is in honor of our nation's military families present and past, to show our gratitude for their sacrifices."

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