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LATEST NEWS, EVENTS & FEATURES                      February 13, 2020
Binational Softwood Lumber Council Statement on Introduction of Trillion Trees Act

Strong markets for wood products encourage forest owners to keep their lands as forests and invest in practices to keep trees healthy.
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Home Depot: Grow the Love this Valentine’s Day

To help share the love and shine a light on these long-lasting gifts, we’ve selected three low-maintenance red houseplants that won’t lose their bloom by the weekend.
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Raising the Bar on Customer Service

More than 9 in 10 consumers determine where they spend their money based on convenience. People are busy and expect the shopping experience to reflect that reality.
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IHA Announces Finalists for Global Innovation Awards (gia) for Product Design

The 70 finalists in the IHA Global Innovations Awards (gia) for product design have been announced by the International Housewares Association.
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Granite Wins 26 National Awards for Quality in Asphalt Paving

The awards were presented at a ceremony during the association’s 65th annual meeting in Maui, Hawaii.
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Turn Up the Heat on Grill Sales

Americans love a good barbeque. Most of us can’t resist firing up the grill and showing off our culinary skills when it’s time to entertain outdoors.
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February Retail Imports to See Larger Drop Amid Coronavirus

With coronavirus causing longer Lunar New Year shutdowns of factories in China, imports at major U.S. retail container ports are expected to see a sharper-than-usual drop this month.
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Emerson Develops Technology to Help Contractors Manage Skilled Labor Shortage

An internal Emerson study reviewed the most common HVAC failures and determined that installing this new technology could detect up to 80% of failures in these areas before a homeowner outage.
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Home Depot: Army Veteran Surprised with Texas Smart Home

The Home Depot Foundation has improved more than 47,000 veteran homes and invested more than $335 million in veteran causes.
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