With the ever-evolving COVID-19 pandemic, Many of our Crosby’s convenience store locations will be temporarily reducing our hours of operation effective this Sunday, March 22nd until further notice. We are diligently abiding by recommendations set forth by the local, state and federal governments and we are committed to keep our employees and customers safe and healthy, while continuing to serve our communities as well as we can.
A full list of our stores and the temporary hours are located here. We apologize for any inconvenience; please keep checking back for more updates here and on social media.
Dear Valued Crosby’s Customers
Nothing is more important than the health of our customers and store associates. Like many of you, we have been closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19 (novel Coronavirus). We want you to know that we’re thinking about all of you, which includes our associates, our customers, our suppliers, and our communities.
We understand completely the role our stores play in the communities in which we serve and will do everything we can to continue our operations with minimal or no interruption for your convenience and your daily needs.
We have implemented plans designed to protect our customers, associates and suppliers. In addition to our typical emphasis on proper personal hygiene, we have implemented enhanced cleaning procedures over and above our usual processes. This includes more frequent hand washing and the proper use of hand sanitizer. We have distributed cleaning supplies with instructions to increase the frequency of cleaning commonly touches surfaces, including bathrooms, touchscreens, door and cooler handles, dispensers, pin pads, ATMs. This is in addition to all hard surfaces, tables, chairs, food contact surfaces and even phones.
We will soon be providing our stores with hand sanitizer stations for customer use, adding an additional level of protection.
We will remain in close contact with state and local government agencies to provide our people and customers with as much up-to-date information as possible on COVID-19.