So what do we know about it? Who will stag it? When is it coming? Is it 3rd party? Where will the area be in the store?
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lowes in fort mill sc has the best rental tool program, just come in and purchased the tool, used and bring it back for a full refund, or just come in and take whatever you want and leave, this store loses about 1000 dollars a day due to theft, a very hostile work place for the workers, CEO needs to go back to jc penney, the penny stock company.
And then the customer service person punches you right in the head for being a c— s—er
There already was a tool rental! It's when you buy the tool, use it till it breaks, then scream at customer service till they return it.
“Code 3 to Tool Rental” “I need any available associate to Tool Rental, customer has been waiting...” “I need any available Tool to tool rental. Any remaining associates. Anyone?”
I need three back up code 50s to the tool rental area
Lowe's has always had a tool rental program and they just never knew it !
As usual, the stores in North Carolina will probably get them first, then it will gradually roll out to all stores around the country. Unlike some of the third party-managed 'tool rental' areas that some stores already had at one point, my understanding is that these will be wholly owned, operated, staffed, and inventoried by Lowe's.
Or Menards, they’ve been doing rentals for years and with their constant 11% rebate program are gaining ground on Lowe’s in Midwest. I work at Lowe’s but also shop at Menards and their store is busier. Would love to see comparison of numbers but Menards is private company.
Welcome to the new “Home Depot”...lol