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Suppliers pitch wares to Walmart; open-call event part of plan to invest in American goods

By Nathan Owens

This article was published June 14, 2018 at 4:30 a.m.

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Steven Tibbs (front), owner of Tibbs Jerky, carries a display of his products down Vendor Hall at Walmart’s Made in America open-call event in Bentonville on Wednesday. Behind him is Ben Ebenhoe, Tibbs Jerky’s sales executive and chief financial officer.

Hundreds of U.S. suppliers on Wednesday gathered in Northwest Arkansas to pitch their products to Walmart buyers, hoping to snag a deal with the retail giant.

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