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The Grand Opening of the New Lowe’s In Bayonne


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Bayonne Mayor Mark Smith and Lowe’s store manager Joe Santangelo of the New Lowe’s Bayonne “Cut the Grand Opening 2″ x4” on Thursday, December 30th. The store opened it’s doors to the public on Monday Dec. 27th at 6am.

The Bayonne Lowe’s has 94,000 square feet of retail sales space, with an adjacent garden center, stocking 32,000 different items to help customers build, improve and beautify their homes. 

Lowe’s of  Bayonne is located at  400 Bayonne Crossing Way Shopping Mall

 Lowe’s Companies- With fiscal year 2009 sales of $47.2 billion, Lowe’s Companies, Inc. is a FORTUNE® 50 company that serves approximately 15 million customers a week at more than 1,725 home improvement stores in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Founded in 1946 and based in Mooresville, N.C., Lowe’s is the second-largest home improvement retailer in the world. For more information, visit

Female Fix-It-Yourself Revolution

Solve Five Common Household Problems

female-fixers  (Family Features) From pink screwdrivers and mini toolboxes to a surge of female-targeted home improvement sites and guidebooks, the fix-it-yourself revolution has come for women in the U.S. More empowered females are taking on household problems themselves instead of spending the money to hire a plumber, electrician or contractor.

 In fact, a recent study by the Medelia Monitor showed that more than 60 percent of women are more likely to tackle the work on their own. The majority of these women (63 percent) are being more resourceful to avoid the high costs of hiring a professional. And 71 percent of women say the desire to “fix-it-myself” stems from the empowering feeling of having the knowledge to improve their home.

Sound familiar? If you’d like to empower yourself and join the fix-it-yourself revolution, start by picking up a few affordable tools and products to tackle quick fixes. Here are easy tips for solving five common household problems:

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