When you pay for your goods at a Walmart store that has checkout video screens, you may see a message from Janet Napolitano, the Department of Homeland Security secretary, urging shoppers to report suspicious, security-related activity.
The following is a video, part of the DHS "If You See Something, Say Something" campaign, which appears in several hundred Walmart stores already and eventually will be seen in 588 of the companies stories in 27 states.
The public service announcement appears only in Walmart stores equipped with checkout video screens.
The Daily Feed reminds us that September 11 hijacker Mohamed Atta bought box-cutters at a Walmart in Maine the day before the attack.
Walmart isn't the only retail outifit to participate in the DHS outreach compaign.
The American Hotel & Lodging Association, Amtrak, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and the Mall of America also take part in the program.
The video campaign is part of an overall DHS effort to make itself more accessible to the public in the interest of national security.