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Earth Hour: XXXLutz Group turns off the lights in over 370 European furniture stores

Lights out around the world! The XXXLutz Group will also participate in "Earth Hour" on Saturday, March 23, 2024, to make a clear statement for a climate-friendly society, ambitious climate protection, and a strong democracy by turning off the lighting between 8:30 pm and 9:30 pm at its over 370 furniture stores across Europe, as well as at its service centres and administrative buildings.

Diversity is a cornerstone of the company, which greatly benefits from the inspiring diversity of its employees. That is why XXXLutz once again joins the global movement around "Earth Hour" and thus advocates for a good future in many ways.

The family-owned company, headquartered in Wels, Austria, has been pursuing its sustainability strategy under the title "XXXL for tomorrow" for some time now - and consistently focuses on expanding resource conservation and climate-friendliness in all areas of the company. This is reflected in the product range as well as in gastronomy and in the modernisation or construction of furniture stores and administrative buildings.

However, for the world's second-largest furniture retail company, "Earth Hour" is also about countering the emerging political climate change in many European countries early on. Any form of discrimination, exclusion, hatred, or racism has no place in the company culture. XXXLutz stands unequivocally for tolerance and diversity.

"Earth Hour" is an international campaign of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), which calls for a joint "Earth Hour" on the last Saturday in March each year. This is considered the world's largest climate and environmental protection action. During the "Hour of the Earth," people, cities, and companies from around the world make a statement for climate protection by turning off the lights for one hour.

Source: XXXLutz

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