Ever wanted to pick the brain of Wal-Mart’s President and CEO?

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We were thrilled when Wal-Mart’s President and CEO Lee Scott agreed to address Convention attendees on Monday morning about the future of retail. We were even more thrilled when Wal-Mart suggested a unique Q&A session following Mr. Scott’s remarks.

Though we can think of a thousand things we’d like to chat about, we shouldn’t be the only ones having all the fun.

And this is where you come in. Here’s your chance to ask the head of the world’s largest retailer your most burning questions. Whether it’s about the company specifically, retail in general, the economy, or Mr. Scott’s philosophies on leadership, ask away. All questions will be considered and a handful will be selected in advance to ask Mr. Scott on the main stage.

As if you needed extra incentive, NRF will randomly select a person who submitted a question to receive a complimentary registration to its 2010 Convention.

We look forward to sifting through all of your questions and to a lively conversation with Mr. Scott on Monday morning!

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  1. avatar Terry Bouvier
    Posted January 11, 2009 at 10:55 am | Permalink

    What advice do you offer to retailers in terms of how to weather the storm in this difficult retail environment?

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