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Selling Plants to Millennials is Growing Business

While millennials may seem tethered to technology, they also have a sincere desire to connect to 
Mother Nature and be rooted in something beyond their immediate self-interests.
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Top Five Home Style 2019 Trends

Lowe’s trend experts are looking ahead to 2019 and what the year has in store for home and design trends.
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U.S. Companies Stock Up to Beat Tariffs

The trade war with China is about to heat up and U.S. companies are anxiously awaiting the next wave of tariffs.
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New Construction Starts in December Declined 10%

New construction starts in December fell 10% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $708.9 billion, continuing to retreat after November’s 7% slide, according to Dodge Data & Analytics.
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Lowe’s Named Official Home Improvement Retail Sponsor of the NFL

The National Football League announced on January 22nd that Lowe’s Companies, Inc. (NYSE: LOW) is now the Official Home Improvement Retail Sponsor of the NFL.
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Ace Honors 2019 ‘Coolest Hardware Stores’

Ace Hardware Corporation is proud to recognize two local Ace Hardware stores with the company’s eighth-annual “Coolest Hardware Store” awards. 
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Wells Fargo Helped to Provide 55.7 Million Meals to Families in Need

The Wells Fargo Holiday Food Bank program secured enough food during the 2018 holiday season to help provide 55.7 million meals* to families in need around the U.S.
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ServiceMaster Restore Helps Home and Business Owners 

For Americans already dealing with their fair share of snowfall following Winter Storm Harper, ServiceMaster Restore, one of the largest disaster restoration companies in the United States, reminds home and business owners that there’s more to it than just clearing a walk or driveway before temperatures plummet across the country.
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