ANSWERS: 14
  • INS just entered the store.
  • someone just s**t themselves
  • Someone pooped on the floor???
  • someone stole something and got busted thats what it means my family workd at a walmart, my aunt and grandma and mom all told me the same thing nothing big i gues but if you hear it then they went to jail. +3
  • Poopie on the baby diaper isle? Ignore me.
  • The commode overfloweth.....
  • A dog entered and left a nice surprise in the cat aisle. He got confused thinking it was Petco. Cause Petco is where the pets "go". +5
  • It means there's an emergency in one of the restrooms!
  • I don't know but my daughter works at a Bob's store and to keep shoppers on their best behavior they periodically make an announcement over the intercom. It's something like... "Security, section 4, please".
  • I worked at a grocery store a while back and code blue meant they needed to pick up the money out of the cash box. I haven't ever heard code brown sorry
  • I was gonna say people leaving skid marks while trying on underwear but Lynn seems to have the right answer;)
  • A frightened Wal-Mart worker rushed to the in-store intercom with the message, "Code Brown! Code Brown!" as a Northwest Valley parking lot became a shooting gallery Tuesday afternoon. When gunfire hits, "Code Brown" is exactly what's supposed to go out on the store intercom and is part of a larger security plan of Bentonville, Ark.-based Wal-Mart Stores Inc. The aim: alerting employees without worrying shoppers, retail security experts say. http://www.azcentral.com/community/westvalley/articles/0824security-ON.html?&wired Hope this is correct and I hope it helps
  • And this link is a prank site but confirms several other results from a search on Google for "Wal-Mart Intercom Codes". I have not checked with Wal-Mart to confirm these, but I have a relative who works at a Wal-Mart Superstore who might be able to confirm them. I will ask her and let you all know (if I can find out anything). http://www.gwally.com/pranks/archives/000863.php CODE 1: This code is used for SHOPLIFTING! CODE 10: Dry Spill. CODE 20: Wet Spill. CODE 90: Management Needed. That sounds useless. CODE 99: This code implies that there is an emergency and all male employees are to immediately stop what they are doing and move to the announced location. CODE 300: Security Needed. For grins, call Code 300 to the location you are currently at. CODE ADAM: Code Adam is used to report a lost child. Technically, the store is supposed to shut all doors until the lost child is found. This sounds like fun until you realize that you are going to be trapped in a Wal-Mart for hours while they attempt to locate a missing child. CODE BLACK: This code is used for severe weather. It's only used if something severe is happening such as tornadoes are bearing down on the store. All employees are supposed to immediately head to the fitting rooms at the center of the store. Wal-Mart doesn't like to use this code because it quite frankly, when the employees all leave, it leads to looting. CODE BLUE A bomb scare. CODE C: Customer service. A customer needs help in a location like housewares. CODE GREEN: This code is used when there is a hostage in the store. Ask yourself, do you really want to shop at a store that needs to have a special code for a hostage situation? CODE ORANGE: This is for a chemical spill. Water is a chemical. CODE RED: This is used in case of a fire! CODE WHITE: is used for an injury.
  • When the greeter's Depends overflows

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