Walmart's exodus from America has begun

C. Heslop

America has said goodbye to Sears, Tuesday Morning, and Bed Bath & Beyond. Some speculate the country may soon bid farewell to Walmart.

The company released a new list of locations set for closure. In Oregon, the department chain left the city of Portland. Leaving residents to drive miles to get groceries and supplies from alternatives.

The company explained people are less willing to buy due to inflation. And since the installment of self-checkouts, dishonest shopping practices have increased. Walmart had a revenue growth of 7.6% in the last quarter. Yet, some locations continue to underperform and will be permanently closed by year-end.

The plan affects 20 locations across 15 states and the District of Columbia.

The list is due to company postings.


  • 3701 SE Dodson Road, Bentonville

Washington D.C.

  • 99 H Street NW, Washington


  • 1801 Howell Mill Road NW, Atlanta
  • 835 M.L.K. Jr Drive NW, Atlanta


  • 6900 US Highway 19 North, Pinellas Park


  • 1032 Fort Street Mall, Honolulu


  • 17550 South Halsted St., Homewood
  • 12690 S. Route 59, Plainfield
  • 840 N. McCormick Blvd., Lincolnwood (Pickup only concept)
  • 1511 Camp Jackson Road, Cahokia
  • 8431 S. Stewart Ave., Chicago
  • 4720 S. Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago
  • 2844 N. Broadway, Chicago
  • 2551 W. Cermak Road, Chicago


  • 3701 Portage Road, South Bend


  • 1200 Shingle Creek Parkway, Brooklyn Center

New Mexico

  • 301 San Mateo Blvd. SE, Albuquerque


  • 4200 82nd Ave. SE, Portland
  • 1123 N Hayden Meadows Drive, Portland


  • 24919 Westheimer Parkway, Katy (Neighborhood Market concept)


  • 11400 Highway 99, Everett


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