What Lowe’s Home Improvement Looked Like Through The Years

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However, the future of Lowe’s became unclear when Buchan died in 1961. That’s when the company’s executive team enacted a profit-sharing plan that allowed employees to own the company. Lowe’s would officially go public and become listed on the New York Stock Exchange by 1979.

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1984 would mark Lowe’s first year that it raked in $1 billion in sales. The same year saw the company net $25 million. The modernization of Lowe’s truly begins in 1994.

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It took a long time of commitment, a vision, and a creative process to generate success. But Lowe’s truly came into itself and became the world’s leading home improvement retailer that still stands today.

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