• Lowe's to hire hundreds in Charlotte region to prepare for busy spring season


    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - For those looking for work, Mooresville-based Lowe's is looking to hire hundreds in the Charlotte area in preparation for their busiest season. 

    Officials said they expect to hire around 420 associates for the Charlotte region. 

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    This is part of the company's plan to hire 50,000 seasonal employees nationwide in preparation for their busiest season, spring home improvement. 

    The job fair will be held at participating stores on Tuesday, Jan. 22 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 


    • NC 24-27 Bypass East - Albemarle, NC
    • Caldwell Farm Road - Belmont, NC
    • Chancellor Park Drive - Charlotte 
    • Perimeter Parkway - Charlotte
    • South Tryon Street - Charlotte
    • Ballantyne Commons Parkway - Charlotte
    • Albemarle Road - Charlotte
    • Highway 557 - Clover, SC
    • Concord Parkway North - Concord, NC
    • Concord Mills Boulvard - Concord, NC
    • Highway 73 - Denver, NC
    • Highway 160 West - Fort Mill, SC
    • East Franklin Boulevard - Gastonia, NC
    • Statesville Road - Huntersville, NC
    • Fort Mill Highway - Indian Land, SC
    • West Highway 74 - Indian Trail, NC
    • Dale Earnhardt Boulevard - Kannapolis, NC
    • East Main Street - Lincolnton, NC
    • Matthews Township Parkway - Matthews, NC
    • West Roosevelt Boulevard - Monroe, NC
    • River Highway - Mooresville, NC
    • Springdale Road - Rock Hill, SC
    • Faith Road - Salisbury, NC
    • Charlotte Highway - Troutman, NC
    • Cuthbertson Road - Waxhaw, NC
    • East Liberty Street - York, SC

    Officials said they are looking for people to fill roles as cashiers, lawn and garden associates, stockers, loaders, and assemblers of outdoor products. 

    Some benefits for seasonal employees include competitive pay, a 10 percent employee discount, flexible hours, and the ability to see schedules 17 days in advance and swap shifts as needed. 

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