Lowe’s is offering the “Shark Tank” treatment

Lowe’s Gift Cards As many small businesses face challenges during the coronavirus pandemic Lowe’s is giving them a shot to get their products on its store shelves and website.

From Sept. 15 through Sept. 25 diverse small business owners can apply on Lowes.com/MakingItWithLowes. After Lowe’s identifies an initial 375 small businesses the pool will narrow to 75 who will be invited to submit more in-depth stories via video. Along the way Buy Lowe’s Gift Cards it also provides a shot at gleaning mentoring advice and support from a FORTUNE® 50 retailer committed to boosting the very backbone of America’s economy.

That will allow a small number of entrepreneurs to pitch their products directly to Lowe’s sidestepping a traditionally arduous process of getting their goods sold in 2,200 stores run by the Mooresville North Carolina-based company as well as on lowes.com.

Lowe’s has benefited during the pandemic as Americans work learn and spend more time at home. Customers have been sprucing up their lawns replacing appliances and doing DIY projects. That caused second-quarter revenue to jump by 30% and website sales to soar by 135%.

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