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Extremely dark areas in stores « on: March 19, 2023, 10:48:17 AM » Author: Cole D.
I’ve noticed the other day, that in daytime, the garden center at Lowes is extremely dark. Not the actual open top area or the greenhouse part where the plants themselves are, but I’m talking about the exterior, but covered area, adjacent to it where things like flower pots, fencing, and garden tools are.

Several aisles worth, and it is so dark out there that I could barely see where anything was let alone prices.

I don’t remember it being like this before. Maybe they used to  have the lights there turned on during the day, but they don’t now? Not sure.
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