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Labor Day is on September 5, 2016. This coming Monday. As always, consumers are going to make a beeline for the shops because there are fantastic deals on offer. Sales on Labor Day make even the laziest consumer get up and shop for the best deals. Why should Labor Day sales 2016 be any different? The Lowe’s Labor Day sale 2016 is going on and there are great deals on offer.

A Shopping Behemoth

Lowe’s Companies Inc., is an American company that operates a chain of retail home improvements and appliance stores in the United States, Canada and Mexico. It was founded in North Wilkesboro, North Carolina in the year 1946. Altogether it has 1,840 stores in the United States, Canada and Mexico put together. Lowe’s is the second largest hardware chain in the United States behind The Home Depot. Globally also, Lowe’s is the second biggest chain again behind The Home Depot. However, when it comes to the quality of deals on Labor Day, Lowe’s is second to none.

Plethora of Deals

A look at their website gives you a lot of information about the best Labor Day sales. Lowe’s is advertising all day Labor Day deals that are on till supplies last. That’s the date that all consumers have to keep in mind. There are great offers on products that are in the categories of appliances, bathroom, building supplies and all the things you could possibly need at your home. Lowe’s is boldly announcing that nobody can beat their prices. Apart from the Labor Day deals 2016, there are other kinds of sales as well. Like seasonal clearance sales and value deals.

Environment Matters

There is a lot of secondary activity at Lowe’s as well. Like Ideas and How-Tos, installation services and special schemes like LowesForPros. There are regular healthy rebates as well. For discerning buyers, Lowe’s is advertising their stellar environment record. They have won several awards for their environment friendly raw material sourcing and educating consumers about energy efficiency.

Fight for your Right

Consumers throng to Labor Day sales because they want to come out with a ton of new goods and a wallet that still weighs significantly. The trick is to buy big luxury items that you really need. Consumers should avoid buying everything that is on sale. Labor Day sales last for a couple of weeks so get in there and buy your stuff early. These days you’ve got to fight for your right to shop.