Walmart’s new Home Office design in Bentonville unveiled

News
View 5 (1)_1558100678226.jpg-60106293.jpg

Walmart has provided a design plan for a future home office building in Bentonville.

In a press conference at the current home office, Walmart unveiled a design for what they call “a new connected campus” that’s built in a neighborhood-like environment. Each neighborhood would offer convenient parking and expanded dining options.

The connected campus would have more than 15 acres of lakes and the company calls the design, “smart and sustainable.”

Walmart Inc. President and CEO Doug McMillon, Walmart Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Dan Bartlett were in attendance. Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson and Bentonville Mayor Stephanie Orman joined Walmart at the press conference.

“Arkansas has been good to us, and there’s nowhere else we’d rather call home. When I imagine the next 60 years, I can’t help but smile at the possibilities.” McMillon said.

Check out the video below for a sneak peek at the design plan.

Copyright 2020 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Top Stories

Princeton wrestling on the rise

Thumbnail for the video titled "Princeton wrestling on the rise"

Investigators believe gang activity involved in Mercer County homicide

Thumbnail for the video titled "Investigators believe gang activity involved in Mercer County homicide"

New recovery facility opens in Princeton

Thumbnail for the video titled "New recovery facility opens in Princeton"

New three digit hotline to prevent suicide

Thumbnail for the video titled "New three digit hotline to prevent suicide"

No charges filed in Greenbrier County shooting

Thumbnail for the video titled "No charges filed in Greenbrier County shooting"

Volunteers needed for Fayette County Teen Court

Thumbnail for the video titled "Volunteers needed for Fayette County Teen Court"

Trending Stories