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Lowe’s ‘SpringFest’ has free curbside ‘Garden-to-Go’ projects for families in April. How to sign up.

UPDATE: Registration opened Thursday for the first SpringFest Garden-to-Go kit at www.lowes.com and there was “overwhelming interest,” Lowe’s told USA TODAY in a statement. Available while supplies lasted, the free kits “sold out” nationwide, the retailer said. At midnight on April 8, registration will open for the next kit, which is a mystery garden pinata.

Lowe’s is dangling a new springtime promotion: free Garden-to-Go project kits that can be picked up curbside.

Every week in April, for “SpringFest,” the home improvement chain will give away different themed kits to families who register in advance. Registration starts April 1, a week before the first of four weekly giveaways.

The drive-thru event is similar to what Lowe’s did with curbside trick-or-treating in October.

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In past years, Lowe’s has held a “Spring Black Friday” sale, but

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Lowe’s SpringFest includes free curbside kits for families in April

Lowe’s is dangling a new springtime promotion: free Garden-to-Go project kits that can be picked up curbside.

Every week in April, for “SpringFest,” the home improvement chain will give away different themed kits to families who register in advance. Registration starts April 1, a week before the first of four weekly giveaways.

The drive-thru event is similar to what Lowe’s did with curbside trick-or-treating in October.

In past years, Lowe’s has held a “Spring Black Friday” sale, but amid the COVID-19 pandemic has been handling sales and events differently, said Marisa Thalberg, Lowe’s executive vice president, chief brand and marketing officer.

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“Spring just feels so metaphoric this year. Sort of this coming out of our winter, literally and figuratively,” Thalberg said in an interview with USA TODAY. “We’re already seeing that interest starting

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