Lowe’s seeks to stretch pandemic stay-at-home gains into spring


Lowe’s is preparing for home improvement’s busiest sales season. This spring, it will sell garden-to-go kits and supplies to help people enjoy a staycation.


Gardening tools. Backyard grills. And supplies for a staycation?

As home improvement’s peak sales season begins, Lowe’s said it expects shoppers’ spring purchases to continue to be influenced by the Covid pandemic. Along with typical merchandise, the retailer said it will cater to consumers’ desire for a getaway — even if they’re just camping in the backyard or planning an at-home spa day.

Its spring assortment, from tents to cocktail shakers, is part of the company’s strategy to sell a wider range of items that consumers may…


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