Lowe’s donates masks to local minority, veteran, and women-owned businesses

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GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — Lowe’s, the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce and the Western Colorado Latino Chamber of Commerce are teaming up to distribute 4,000 PPE masks to small businesses, with preference being given to minority, women and veteran owned businesses in Mesa County.

“Lowe’s is proud to be able to help out our fellow businesses in the Grand Valley comply with the Mesa County Health Department Health Orders,” notes Assistant Store Manager Ryan Weatherby. Diane Schwenke, President and CEO of the Grand Junction Area Chamber points out that businesses throughout the nation as well as in Mesa County face challenges in accessing PPE for their employees. “Here in Mesa County our goal is to continue to reopen while keeping our employees and our community safe” said Schwenke. “Lowe’s is helping us all meet that objective through their generosity.”

Sonia Gutierrez, Board Member of the Western Colorado Latino Chamber said, “We applaud Lowes for recognizing the unique needs and challenges of minority owned businesses and making them a priority for receiving these masks.”

Masks will be available for pickup at the Lowe’s Pro Services Desk and the Grand Junction Chamber with a limit of two boxes per business.

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