Terri Burket, left, a department manager at Lowe’s, and Cecil Riner, an assistant store manager, load a generator onto a customer’s cart at Lowe’s in North Naples on Sunday. Many people were shopping for hurricane-related items Sunday, the first day of the Hurricane Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday that runs through June 1. Certain items relating to hurricane preparedness are sales tax exempt for that period, including some flashlights, batteries, tarps, generators and storm shutter devices.

Photo by Tracy Boulian, Daily News

Terri Burket, left, a department manager at Lowe’s, and Cecil Riner, an assistant store manager, load a generator onto a customer’s cart at Lowe’s in North Naples on Sunday. Many people were shopping for hurricane-related items Sunday, the first day of the Hurricane Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday that runs through June 1. Certain items relating to hurricane preparedness are sales tax exempt for that period, including some flashlights, batteries, tarps, generators and storm shutter devices.

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