Coronavirus Update On Operations
on Mar 14, 2020
Coronavirus Update On Operations

Coronavirus Update On Operations


To any of you who may be personally affected by COVID-19, your families will be in our thoughts and prayers. Amidst this pandemic and based on yesterday’s message from our Governor, we wanted to inform you of some immediate operational changes that are in effect for the next two weeks until further notice. We will be monitoring the news carefully and updating you accordingly.  


Our main priority is keeping our employees and clients safe. 


Below are the steps we are taking to try and keep us safe during this volatile time. We know that when you read this list, some things may strike you as inconvenient, however, please keep in mind that safety from the Coronavirus is our top priority.


To prevent the spread of the infection:

  • We will not be accepting cash payments at this time.
  • We are limiting our walk-ins to reduce close contact between people since the CDC recommends being six feet apart from people. Please call us before coming in so we can take appropriate measures.  
  • There will be no in-person appointments with designers or account managers. Everything will be done over the phone, email, or video chat.
  • We have enabled telecommuting for our employees.
  • Our offices will only be open Mondays to Fridays for the next two weeks. We will be closed on Saturdays.  
  • We encourage you to use shipping services for delivery (Fedex, UPS, etc.) versus picking up at our office for your safety.
  • Our front desk will be handled via our virtual assistant temporarily, so don’t be alarmed when you see a robot! We think it’s kind of cool, actually!


Our employees are required to wash their hands throughout the day as often as possible to avoid the spread of the virus. Our facility has been disinfected and our employees are clear of the virus at this time and we want to continue to prioritize the health and wellness of everyone. 


We thank you for your patience and cooperation during this difficult time.