Johnson Creek Premium Outlets to reopen Saturday

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Posted at 1:31 PM, May 15, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-15 14:31:50-04

JOHNSON CREEK — The outlet store in Johnson Creek is set to reopen Saturday with a new support program in place.

As a part of their reopening, Johnson Creek Premium Outlets has laid out their own COVID-19 exposure control policy in an effort to protect shoppers.

New precautions and procedures have been put in place, and tenants have been informed of new health guidelines that they must follow when they open.

According to a press release from Johnson Creek Premium Outlets, "the property has joined forces with local nonprofits to support initiatives aimed at assisting those in the community experiencing hardship as a result of COVID-19."

These nonprofits will hopefully help families that are struggling during this health crisis.

"We believe that reopening our property will not only help people get back to work during these challenging times, but also enable us to use our property to further support charitable initiatives."

When shoppers return to Johnson Creek Premium Outlets they will find changes including new hand sanitizing stations around the area, signage promoting CDC guidelines, and employees wearing personal protective equipment.

To view Johnson Creek Premium Outlet's full policy, click here.

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