Lowe’s, Iredell’s Largest Employer, Wants You to Vote YES

This election, residents of Iredell County have an opportunity to make a critical investment in our economic future. Making sure schools have the funding they need to excel in educating our students is key to building great communities. What’s more, it’s also good for business. Companies like Lowe’s depend on an educated workforce, and local school quality is a primary factor in attracting and retaining the best employees.

That’s why Lowe’s supported the previous education initiative 10 years ago, and why we’re proud to do so again. We’re making a long-term commitment to our neighbors. When you vote, either by early voting or on November 4th, voting “yes” for the education bond  will help Iredell County schools grow the next generation of employees and citizens and make our community stronger than ever.
Brian Peace
Corporate Administration Executive for Lowe’s Companies

Lowe’s Leads the Way in Businesses that Put Our Schools First

These companies support both education bonds on the November 4 ballot:
Town of Troutman
Lake Norman Realty
Sawyer Insurance and Financial Services
The LaPrelle Realty Team
T2 International
Peconic Bay Homebuilders
United Federal Credit Union
ABC Investments
Greater Statesville Chamber of Commerce
Katie’s Farms, LLC, Troutman
Lake Norman Oil
Morrow Insurance and Associates
GL Wilson Building Company
Stikeleather Builders, Inc.
Comfort Inn, Statesville
Statesville Painting and Maintenance
Barium Springs
Pellegrino’s Trattoria
Sovereign Investment Group