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Sam's Club helps honor working mothers


BENTONVILLE, Ark. Sam's Club, along with Working Mother magazine, honored 30 "Working Mothers of the Year" for their ability to adeptly balance career, motherhood and self-development with grace and determination.

The women were celebrated at Working Mother's 30th Birthday celebration in New York City. The event featured a roundtable discussion lead by a notable panel of working moms and industry leaders on issues that matter most to America's moms who juggle both family and career.

"Moms these days are inundated with tips, most of which require additional time demands on top of their already busy schedules," says Jill Turner-Mitchael, SVP Sam's Club. "It was great to learn from each other at the Working Mother event and I believe all of the participants came away with an expanded perspective. At Sam's Club, our focus is on providing our members with solutions that simplify their lives and needs versus complicating matters, whether they are addressing what's for dinner to auto buying, healthcare or family entertainment."

Sam's Club used the announcement of this event to promote services and products that would be helpful to working moms including its Click 'n' Pull service, a free, convenient personal-shopping option, where members can shop for their merchandise from the convenience of their computer and it's ready for pick up when they arrive.

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