139849 review-lowe-2501-happy-valley-rd lowe-2501-happy-valley-rd http://www.lowes.feedback/review-lowe-2501-happy-valley-rd 20884 1 1 1 0 0 0 I was at the Lowe's at 2501 W Happy Valley Rd, Unit 42, Phoenix, AZ 85085 earlier this week, and was appalled at the condition of the women's restroom. When I entered, there was a Lowe's employee at the wash basin washing her hands. She was obviously aware of the conditions in the restroom as she watched me go from stall to stall attempting to find one that was serviceable. I finally found one with a reasonably clean toilet on the fourth attempt. While the toilet was useable, the receptacle in the stall was filled with beer cans. I kid you not, it was FILLED with empty beer cans. This experience has caused me to seriously reflect on whether or not I wish to spend my dollars at Lowe's. There was a time when Lowe's was the winner hands-down in the home improvement arena simply because their restrooms showed that they cared about the female shopper. Those days are apparently long gone, as well as the days of the sober Lowe's employee. <p>I was at the Lowe&#39;s at 2501 W Happy Valley Rd, Unit 42, Phoenix, AZ 85085 earlier this week, and was appalled at the condition of the women&#39;s restroom. When I entered, there was a Lowe&#39;s employee at the wash basin washing her hands. She was obviously aware of the conditions in the restroom as she watched me go from stall to stall attempting to find one that was serviceable. I finally found one with a reasonably clean toilet on the fourth attempt. While the toilet was useable, the receptacle in the stall was filled with beer cans. I kid you not, it was FILLED with empty beer cans. This experience has caused me to seriously reflect on whether or not I wish to spend my dollars at Lowe&#39;s. There was a time when Lowe&#39;s was the winner hands-down in the home improvement arena simply because their restrooms showed that they cared about the female shopper. Those days are apparently long gone, as well as the days of the sober Lowe&#39;s employee.</p> 2020-10-13T02:34+0000
Oct 13, 2020

I was at the Lowe's at 2501 W Happy Valley Rd, Unit 42, Phoenix, AZ 85085 earlier this week, and was appalled at the condition of the women's restroom. When I entered, there was a Lowe's employee at the wash basin washing her hands. She was obviously aware of the conditions in the restroom as she watched me go from stall to stall attempting to find one that was serviceable. I finally found one with a reasonably clean toilet on the fourth attempt. While the toilet was useable, the receptacle in the stall was filled with beer cans. I kid you not, it was FILLED with empty beer cans. This experience has caused me to seriously reflect on whether or not I wish to spend my dollars at Lowe's. There was a time when Lowe's was the winner hands-down in the home improvement arena simply because their restrooms showed that they cared about the female shopper. Those days are apparently long gone, as well as the days of the sober Lowe's employee.