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Waltons5-10 Walmart Logo 1962 Wal-Mart - 1964 -October 7, 1964- b Wal-Mart logo 1981 Wal-Mart 1992 Walmart 2008
1950–1962 1962–1964 1964-1981 1981–1992 1992–2008 2008–present

Walton's Five and Dime


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The Walmart founder Sam Walton named his first store Walton's Five and Dime. The name changed due to a lease of a previous franchise expiring.

Walmart (first era)


Walmart Logo 1962

Sam Walton named his new stores Walmart. The Walmart name was presented in just about any front/style available to the printer.

Wal-Mart Discount City


Wal-Mart - 1964 -October 7, 1964- b


Wal-Mart - 1965 -February 6, 1965-
Wal-Mart - 1965 -February 10, 1965-


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Wal-Mart - 1968


Wal-Mart - 1969 -December 16, 1971-


Wal-Mart - 1970 -June 7, 1971-


Wal-Mart - 1975 -January 12, 1977- b
Wal-Mart - 1975 -January 12, 1977-

First used as an alternate logo only used occasionally in the early seventies, it began being more commonly used around late 1975, when it became the official logo. It was first used in print as the corporate logo on November 24, 1975.


Wal-Mart - 1977

In mid-1977, the hyphen was largely modified.

1977–1981 (alternate)





Wal-Mart logo 1981

In 1981, the Wal-Mart logo changed color to brown, the "Discount City" logo was completely dropped, and the font was changed as well. This was reused in Canada in 1994 which was colored blue to match its American counterpart, until it switched to its usual logo in 2001.


Wal-Mart 1992

In 1992, Wal-Mart changed the logo color to blue and replaced the hyphen with a star. This logo is still in use on semi-trucks and at many locations as hundreds of stores are being transitioned to the newest logo. The yellow 'spark' was introduced in September 2007 on semi-trucks and the company's website, as well as the slogan and light blue color; however, the new wordmark was not introduced until a year later.

Walmart (second era)


Walmart 2008

A new font was first used in late 2008. It was decided that only the W would be uppercased and the rest would be lowercased. The spark, slogan, and color were kept intact.

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