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LATEST NEWS, EVENTS & FEATURES                            March 24, 2020
Lowe’s Commits $25 Million, Updates Operations in Response to COVID-19

Over the past several weeks, more than 300,000 Lowe’s associates have worked around the clock to ensure our customers, first responders and government officials have access to the essential products they need to keep their families safe, their businesses running and their communities healthy through this unprecedented time.
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At Home Group Inc. Temporarily Closes All Stores in Response to COVID-19

In order to continue serving customers’ needs during this time, At Home will launch curbside pick up beginning this weekend. The new service will be available at most stores subject to local, state and federal mandates.
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Answering the Call for American Made Products

For some people, the primary motivation can be patriotism and the desire to create more jobs here in the U.S. Other folks are also concerned about lowering the carbon footprint and reducing pollution.
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COVID-19: How Home Depot is Preparing and Responding

Several weeks ago, The Home Depot established a task force led by our Medical Health Management team to plan for the potential impacts of COVID-19. While this is not an exhaustive list, here are some of the precautions we’re taking across our business.
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Granite Awarded $20 Million Railroad Crossing Project in Central California

The project is the second of five phases in the City of Fresno’s program to construct the new Veterans Boulevard alignment in northwest Fresno.
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Home Depot Temporarily Adjusts Store Hours

The Home Depot®, the world’s largest home improvement retailer, announced today it is temporarily adjusting store hours to better serve customers and communities in response to COVID-19.
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Payment Fraud Threatens Online Security

Shoppers like the convenience of buying online. However, they are afraid that personal information will be stolen in a data breach, or they will fall prey to fraudsters who troll the Internet for unsuspecting victims.
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The Inspired Home Show 2020 Exhibitors to Receive Refund Credit Toward 2021 Booth Space Fees

The refund credit will apply to all exhibitors who canceled after the Oct. 31, 2019 cancellation deadline or who were still contracted to exhibit at the 2020 Show at the time of Show cancellation.
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Ace Hardware Honors 2019 Vendors of the Year

This year, 8 vendor partners were recognized for showing demonstrative and measurable efforts to help Ace local retailers differentiate through service, convenience and quality.
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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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