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Ready for recovery: Lowe’s and Home Depot hire now ahead of Spring

 

Ready for recovery: Lowe’s and Home Depot hire now ahead of Spring

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Ready for recovery: Lowe’s and Home Depot hire now ahead of Spring
News from Reno Gazette-Journal:

It might as well be spring at Lowe’s.

The North Carolina-based home improvement retailer will open a new store in Legends at Sparks Marina this week. Nationally, it is hiring 40,000 seasonal workers for its 1,725 stores in time for the warmer months ahead.

Earlier this month, Home Depot announced it would hire 70,000 across the U.S. including 200 here in Northern Nevada.

Lowe’s closed its store on Oddie Boulevard, exchanging its old space for the visibility and additional square footage of the Legends complex along Interstate 80, where dozens of retailers, including the main anchor, Scheels All Sports, could lure even more customers in the door.

Observers say both stores are positioned for eventual economic recovery, as hinted at in the near halt to a five-year tumble in home improvement-related taxable sales in Washoe County.

“I’ve been hearing of signs, but I haven’t seen any data, that people are starting to feel recovery is coming,” said Elliott Parker, economist at the University of Nevada, Reno. “It’s been such a long down period, I do think there is something to people being ready to start spending, people wanting to put money into their homes since it’s not so easy to move.”

Indeed, while existing home sales in Washoe County rose 11 percent in 2011 from 2010, according to the Reno/Sparks Association of Realt…………… continues on Reno Gazette-Journal

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Time to update preparing, cooking, baking, eating area
News from Sioux City Journal:

Ken and Deb Lasher acknowledged they were not getting any younger.

Neither was their kitchen.

When their refrigerator stopped working, the Morningside couple decided it was time to update their preparing, cooking, baking and eating area.

“We had talked about remodeling prior to the refrigerator breaking down,” Deb Lasher said. “Once that happened, we moved up our planning dramatically.”

They were practically forced into refurbishing as other things seemed to no longer work in the kitchen following the refrigerator’s demise.

“It just seemed like nothing was handy anymore or nothing was comfortable for me,” Lasher said.

The decision was made to pull out all the stops, including the drywall in the kitchen and start from the floorboards up.

“I started to research kitchens at the large retail home improvement stores to get some ideas,” Lasher explained. “I also went online.”

That’s where she discovered Bryan Wise of Le Mars, Iowa, who calls himself the Kitchen Design Guy.

“I contacted Bryan and he came out and did measurements and talked to us about what we wanted,” Lasher said.

Thus, began the collaboration on the modest kitchen area, measuring about 18 feet long by 12 feet wide. Like most women, Lasher wanted more storage, more counter space.

“We had soffits above the origina…………… continues on Sioux City Journal

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