BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.Hustler Hollywood has officially begun to open stores in select locations across the country that had been closed due to the COVID-19 virus, and the latest ones to open are those located in Monroe and Cincinnati, Ohio. “With restrictions easing in certain parts of the country and after ensuring that we can meet all recommended guidelines for operating safely, we felt that it was time that we opened our Ohio stores. We have new guidelines and protocols in place for our employees, along with customers, and we will do everything we can to continue to provide a safe and clean environment in which to shop. Our curbside service has been a huge hit with customers, and we look forward to continuing that service,” said Philip Del Rio, vice president of retail. Each Hustler Hollywood location will be regularly cleaned and sanitized per the guidelines of the CDC, as well as offering hand sanitizing stations upon entrance and throughout the boutiques. Social distancing guidelines will continue to be followed by limiting the number of customers in-store. The retailer asks all customers who wish to enter the store to wear a face mask, and encourages those who shop in-store to pay with credit cards to minimize contact. The trying-on of apparel and lingerie is prohibited as fitting rooms will remain closed to customers. The retailer will continue to have curbside pick-up available daily from Noon to 8 p.m. at both its Monroe and Cincinnati locations for those customers who prefer this option. Customers can phone either store directly, place an order, and have it delivered to them curbside without having to leave their car or enter the store. For those not sure as to what they might want to purchase, they can visit the companys website HustlerHollywood.com for products, along with address and phone numbers. Hustler Hollywood will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and make updates as needed. For more information and a full list of stores and their re-opening dates, visit Hustler Hollywood Updates.
written by: Robert Neuwave