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LATEST NEWS, EVENTS & FEATURES                         January 13, 2020
Kwikset Introduces Halo™ Touch Wi-Fi Smart Lock at CES 2020

Using the latest technology to create a convenient and secure smart home experience, Halo Touch Smart Lock provides homeowners access to their home via fingerprint.
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PPG to Unveil Marketplace-Ready Automotive Battery Solutions

The company also will introduce its latest battery thermal management innovation, PPG CORATHERM thermal gap filler, during a technical presentation on Monday, Jan. 13.
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Community Gardening Takes Root in the City

While city and suburban gardening typically happens in backyards, roof-tops, and balconies, community gardens tend to operate on a larger scale.
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The More You Give, The More You Get

Giving back is one of Home Depot’s values they continue to exemplify in meaningful ways.
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The Genie Company Launches All-New Wall Mount Garage Door Openers

These openers offer an unprecedented mix of features and benefits that make operating a garage door smarter, cleaner, quieter, and more convenient.
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Winning at Retailing in 2020

The next decade will abound with new opportunities related to technology, e-commerce, digital marketing, and product innovations.
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Orgill Announces 2020 EVP Team

These changes are designed to position Orgill for further growth in the coming years and to provide an even stronger support network to the company’s growing ranks of retail customers, according to President and CEO Boyden Moore.
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Lowe’s Names Marisa F. Thalberg Chief Brand and Marketing Officer

Thalberg joins the company most recently from Taco Bell where she served as global chief brand officer.
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Dodge Momentum Index Moves Higher in December

The Dodge Momentum Index increased 1.5% in December to 156.2 (2000=100) from the revised November reading of 153.9.
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