Marvin Ellison, president and CEO of Lowe’s, has issued a letter detailing steps the company is taking to support efforts combating the COVID-19 outbreak, including donations and initiatives in support of customer and employee health.
In a letter signed not only by the president of the association but also by major North American retailers, distributors and cooperatives, the North American Hardware Association asked authorities to allow independent hardware stores to remain open even as other retail and food service establishments are restricted due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Home Depot marked a strong finish to its fiscal year as its fourth quarter results reflected what the company termed significant progress with its investment program.
At the True Value 2020 Spring Reunion, the retailer’s convention for affiliated stores and other independent hardware dealers, the theme “Thrive” will emphasize the opportunity inherent in the current economic and consumer environment.
Anthony Hurst has been appointed president, Lowe’s Canada, pending work authorization which is expected in February. He will report to president and CEO Marvin Ellison and will be based in Boucherville, Quebec.
The Home Depot has been recognized as a global leader on corporate climate action for its efforts to reduce its environmental impact and build a more sustainable future for consumers and their homes.
Lowe’s, the official home improvement sponsor of the NFL, is creating an interactive experience, dubbed Lowe’s Hometown, around Super Bowl LIV.
The Home Depot Foundation has committed up to $250,000 in response to the continued earthquake activity in Puerto Rico.
Google Cloud and Lowe’s are expanding their work together to create a technology foundation to help the home improvement retailer deliver customer experiences and empower store associates with tools to better serve customers.
National spending for improvements and repairs on owner-occupied homes is expected to rise only modestly this year, according to the Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity (LIRA) released by the Remodeling Futures Program at the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University.