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Businiess name:  Walmart Auto Care Centers
Review by:  Josh W.
Review content: 
Despite the many critics, I love Walmart. Now that I have a family of four, Walmart has become my home away from home. I think I went 3 times yesterday. A few things that I like to do at Walmart: Stop and get a free sample cookie (or two sample cookies if it's chocolate chip day) for myself. If my daughter, who is 2 years old, is with me, we follow the routine of getting a sticker from the greeter guy, getting a couple sample cookies at the bakery, and continue shopping. If I don't, the trip is utter chaos. Get a cheap oil change while I'm shopping. Go to the electronics section for no apparent reason. Go back to the free cookie place. I don't know how I would survive without Walmart. Oh, and before they started all the construction across the street, it was really cool to talk about Lake Walmart.

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