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Lowe's president and CEO Marvin Ellison shared his response to the death of George Floyd from his perspective "as the father of a young black male."
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"My wife [and] I feel tremendous sadness as our hearts [and] prayers are with the families of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor [and] all communities ripped apart by violence," Ellison wrote on Twitter. "As the father of a young black male, I can only imagine their pain [and] emptiness."
He also shared the message he sent to employees that Lowe's "is a company with zero tolerance for racism, discrimination, hate, insensitive behavior or violence of any kind."
Ellison has led Lowe's since 2018.
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Lowe's locations didn't escape the looting that affected other retailers, including Target and CVS throughout the country. A Lowe's in West Philadelphia was looted on Sunday night, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported.