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Lowes joins Jeans for Genes

14/Jul/2020  
For decades Lowes has supported the incredible work done in the labs at Children’s Medical Research Institute and this year we are excited to announce that the national retailer is selling Jeans for Genes merchandise in its stores.

This year, in the lead up to Jeans for Genes Day on August 7th, Lowes will be selling merchandise including denim phone wallets, bamboo pens, keyrings, and badges.

Lowes is a national icon, established in 1898, and still a proud family business that is 100 per cent Australian owned.



Lowes Charities Manager Jason Nicholson said they were proud to have had such a long association with Children’s Medical Research Institute to help during this vital time.

“We know that charities are doing it tough during the pandemic, so it was incredibly important to us to show our support for Jeans for Genes this year,’’ Mr Nicholson said. “As an Australian business we believe in getting behind Australians who are making a real difference in the lives of future generations.

“I have personally visited the labs at CMRI and seen the inspiring work that is being done to find treatments and cures that can truly transform lives.

“We’d encourage all our customers to get behind this year’s Jeans for Genes campaign.’’

Every purchase made at Lowes will help the 1 in 20 children living with a genetic disease or birth defect. So, pop into a store today and show your support! To find a store near you visit: https://www.jeansforgenes.org.au/get-involved/where-to-buy-merchandise