updated - August 14, 2020 Friday EDT
Customers flocking to Wal-Mart stores to satisfy their spring home improvement needs just might find what they are looking for at discounted prices as part of the retailer's spring black Friday sale.
Other home improvement retail chains such as Home Depot and Lowes are also offering special promotions The New York Times reported Thursday.
"After this tough of a winter, we're really excited to bring spring to our customers with great brands and great prices," Michelle Gloeckler, senior vice president of Wal-Mart's home department told The Times.
Available appliances include the Kingsford Charcoal Grill for $88, bagged mulch for $1.97 a pack, and a patio furniture set with seven pieces at $298 priced down $100 The Times reported. There are also various types of fertilizers, flowers, and insect repellants geared toward separate parts of the United States.
"And we're going to do this in true Walmart fashion," Gloeckler told The Times. "Think of just pallets and pallets of mulch and grills, patio sets and big yellow bags of Miracle-Gro. We're ready to bring it out in a big way," Gloeckler told The Times.
"So if you do get that one last snow. The pansies will make it through that," Gloeckler told The Times.
Some Lowe's locations might not be participating in the sales especially in currently colder climates such as Minnesota, while stores in Atlanta are holding them
Home Depot announced plans to bring on 80,000 employees will help the retailer cater to the crowds during the spring season and warmer weather a press release reported.
Percentages indicate an 18.3 percent increase in property endeavors to 923,400 last year according to information from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development the company the press release reported.
The seasonal roles depend on how much the retailer needs assistance, and how the weather is in all communities.
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