Lowes led the New Zealand team in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, finishing fourth in the world ranking behind Spain, Portugal and Italy.
The company has now announced the 2018 edition of its world championship-winning zeppelin will be sold out for the first time in the history of the sport, after being released from a New Zealand prison in February 2018.
Lowes’ lead zeppelins are being auctioned off by the company in the United States.
Auctions have already begun in New Zealand, including one for the company’s leading zeppelin sold on Tuesday.
The New Zealand National Library and Archives has also announced it will auction a number of the companys top-selling zeppelin to raise funds for the New York Public Library’s ongoing library project.
“The auction of the lead zeppler was one of our first auctions of the zeppelin and is a huge success,” said Library Director John O’Connell.
“It’s an incredible achievement, both for Lowes and for the library and our library system as a whole.”
Lowes, which started life as a department store in Auckland in the 1920s, was acquired by the New Yorker’s High Street department store chain in the late 1980s and has since expanded into several different areas, including aviation, cruise ship, cruise and luxury.
The lead zeeple is the biggest zeppelin ever built, and the most expensive, with the total cost reaching more than $300m.
The top-ranked zeppelin on sale in New York will be the New England-bound Lowes Aeon, which is expected to sell for $1.8m.