Walmart heir Rob Walton wants to buy the team

Jim Walton, left, Alice Walton, center, and Robson Walton, right, greet each other at the start of the Walmart Stores Inc. shareholder meeting in 2012. (AP Photo/April L. Brown)

Billionaire Rob Walton ‘interested in buying’ Denver Broncos, report says New York Postby Josh Kosman.

The Broncos went on sale in February. The team has generated a lot of interest and hopes to complete a sale before the start of the 2022 NFL season.

Walton, 77, is the eldest son of late Walmart founder Sam Walton. With an estimate $65.2 billion net worthWalton could easily buy the Broncos on his own (the team is expected to make around $4 billion).

Walton became president of Walmart after his father’s death in 1992 and served in that role until his retirement in 2015. Prior to working for his father’s company, Walton earned degrees from the College of Wooster, the University of Arkansas and Columbia Law School, then worked for a law. solidify.

Walton was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma and now lives in Arizona.

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