Gay Walmart group PRIDE comes out 

But company's embrace of equality uneasy.

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"What about a new slogan?" he asked excitedly. "How about 'Save Money, Live Better and Be Fabulous!' "

The suggestion drew a smattering of giggles — and some nervous applause. Clearly, fabulous has not quite yet arrived.

*This story has been updated. A previous version erroneously said that Walmart operates six stores in New York City. There are no Walmart stores in New York City.

Jacqueline Froelich is a news producer with KUAF Public Radio 91.3FM in Fayetteville as well as a station-based NPR correspondent.

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