Kohl’s temporarily closes stores to slow #COVID19 #coronavirus @kohls #kohls

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Protect What’s Precious

Kohl’s made the unfortunate announcement today that they were next up in a long line of businesses to close up shop to slow down the spread of COVID-19, as well as comply with guidelines of the Center for Disease Control (CDC), forbidding crowds of 10 or more people.

Kohl’s says all their stores will close nationwide today at 7 p.m. in all time zones until at least April 1, and Kohl’s store employees will be paid during that 2 week period with 2 calendar pays, Kohl’s CEO, Michelle Gass, she looks forward to reopening stores soon to serve families across America.

One thing not closing while brick and mortar stores are shut down is Kohl’s.com, where it’ll continue to operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for you to shop online for essential and non-essential items to cheer one up while one has to stay at home.

While you’re on Kohl’s website, one also can see the handful of well-known celebrities that partner with Kohl’s for designer clothes, Lauren Conrad is the most famous one with the LC Lauren Conrad collection, Lauren’s influence brings in 42 percent of Kohl’s revenue, equivalent to $19 Billion in annual sales.

Daniel Quintanilla

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