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Lowe’s invites DIYers to create thank you messages

Lowe's invites its customers to display thank you messages in front yards, windows, porches and home exteriors. Photo: Jenna Sue Design

Lowe's invites its customers to display thank you messages in front yards, windows, porches and home exteriors. Photo: Jenna Sue Design

US DIY retail chain Lowe's invites do-it-yourselfers to join the company in creating expressions of gratitude to the frontline heroes working every day to support the communities during the corona pandemic. To participate, Lowe's encourages those at home to create DIY thank you messages using objects that can already be found around the house - from holiday lights strung across the porch to painted banners.

The company asks its customers to display thank you messages in front yards, windows, porches and home exteriors beginning April 6. Participants are also encouraged to share their DIY thank you message on social media using the hashtag #BuildThanks. Ideas and inspiration for this collective project can be found on www.lowes.com/BuildThanks

| 2 April 2020 | 12:55


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