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August 04, 2006



Great Interview! I use to work for a design company creating home textiles for Wal-Mart. I couldn't reconcile my discomfort about what I was contributing to by working indirectly for Wal-Mart so in Jan 2005, I left to launch my own line of organic cotton printed fabric. It is ironic to me that at the same time (behind closed doors) Wal-Mart was finally beginning to consider sustainability. I think their potential is astounding and I applaud their new "green" focus.

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