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Lowe's seeks to hire 200 in Tampa Bay for Irma recovery

Lowe's Home Improvement is hiring more than 200 employees across Tampa Bay on Thursday and Friday. [Times file photo]

Lowe's Home Improvement is hiring more than 200 employees across Tampa Bay on Thursday and Friday. [Times file photo]

TAMPA — Lowe's Home Improvement is hiring more than 200 employees across Tampa Bay on Thursday and Friday. The company said its employment push is part of a plan to hire more than 3,000 employees statewide "to help communities recover from Hurricane Irma."

Job interviews will take place at six locations: Pinellas Park, Tarpon Springs, South Clearwater, Land O' Lakes, Brandon and Central Tampa. But Lowe's is seeking to fill jobs in all 16 regional stores.

The job fair is from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday. Qualified candidates may receive a position on the spot.

To learn more and apply for open positions, visit lowes.com/irma .

Lowe's seeks to hire 200 in Tampa Bay for Irma recovery 10/11/17 [Last modified: Wednesday, October 11, 2017 11:07am]
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