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Ace Helpful Places campaign to have green theme

BY HBSDEALER Staff

Ace Hardware’s “New Faces for Helpful Places” campaign will have a green theme this year, the Oak Brook, Ill.-based co-op announced.

Ace annually selects 10 “Helpful Places” to receive a renovation from nominations submitted by the public. “Helpful Places” must be locations that house a not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving the community.

The selected non-profits receive $10,000 from Ace, as well as Ace volunteers who help with the renovations. Previous renovation projects have included paint, lighting, storage, bathroom and kitchen repairs.

In total,  Ace has donated $200,000 to local “Helpful Places” across the country. Applications for this year’s campaign are due Aug. 31.

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Lowe’s appoints 12th member to board of directors

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Lowe’s has announced the appointment of S. Thomas Moser to its board of directors, as well as to the board’s governance and audit committees. With the appointment, Lowe’s board increases to 12 members, with 11 of them being independent directors.

Moser, 61, served as vice chairman of KPMG, the U.S. member firm of KPMG International, from 1998 until his retirement in February 2008. He joined KPMG in 1970, became an audit partner and held several positions, including national director-retail and consumer products, vice chair-consumer and industrial, vice chair-industries and vice chair-strategy. He served as a member of the firm’s board of directors and management committee.

“Tom Moser’s depth and breadth of experience with KPMG will be an asset to the Lowe’s board of directors,” said Robert A. Niblock, Lowe’s chairman and CEO. “The board and I look forward to working with him.”

Moser received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He serves on the board of directors and insurance and operations committee of New York Life Insurance Co. He also serves on the board of directors of the global nonprofit organization Students in Free Enterprise.

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Logano replaces Stewart on Home Depot NASCAR team

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Joe Gibbs Racing has announced that Joey Logano, called one of the “sport’s brightest emerging stars” in a press release from the racing team, will replace Tony Stewart in the Home Depot-sponsored Sprint Cup No. 20 Toyota team in 2009 “and beyond.”

Eighteen-year-old Logano will make his NASCAR Spring Cup series debut on Sept. 6 at Richmond International Raceway in a Home Depot-sponsored car “featuring a reverse color scheme and bearing the No. 02,” according to Joe Gibbs Racing.

Greg Zipadelli, crew chief of the No. 20 Home Depot Toyota NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for the past 10 years, will remain atop the pit box as Logano’s crew chief.

Stewart recently announced he would leave Joe Gibbs Racing to drive for the team Haas-CNC, which he co-owns, at the end of the season.

“Home Depot is thrilled to welcome Joey Logano as the new driver of the No. 20 Home Depot car,” said Frank Bifulco, senior vp and chief marketing officer for Home Depot. “To have such a talented, young driver, with a bright future join the team truly makes this a special opportunity for our NASCAR program. We’re also extremely gratified to continue to be working with Joe Gibbs Racing and Greg Zipadelli, as we have had great success together over the past decade.”

Home Depot also sponsors NASCAR through its status as the “Official Home Improvement Retailer of NASCAR.” The retailer has sponsored the No. 20 Home Depot Racing team for the past 10 years.

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