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NM businesses announce temporary closures, changes

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Several New Mexico businesses and local branches of national chains have announced temporary closures or changes to their hours in response to efforts to control the spread of COVID-19. They include:

  • Sherwin-Williams has reduced hours at its stores and is offering call-in and curbside pickup; details for local stores are available at sherwin-williams.com.
  • Ralph Lauren is temporarily closing all its North American stores beginning March 18.
  • Defined Fitness will close all its locations March 18 through at least April 1.
  • J. Jill will close its stores at least through March 27.
  • Eddie Bauer will close its doors at least through March 28.
  • The newly opened Sawmill Market will close indefinitely starting at 3 p.m. March 17. Some merchants will offer curbside delivery; details have yet to be determined.
  • Western National Parks Association temporarily will close stores it operates in more than 70 national parks and monuments, including 15 shops in New Mexico starting March 18.
  • Macy’s Inc. will close all its stores from March 17-31.
  • Zendo Coffee is only offering to-go service.
  • Local brewery Bosque Brewing Co. will temporarily close all Bosque and Restoration taprooms effective starting Tuesday.
  • The Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort has ended all mountain operations for the rest of the 2019 to 2020 ski season effective immediately. Customers who need to reschedule a reservation booked through April 14 and customers who need refunds can email customerservice@sipapu.ski.
  • Chuze Fitness is temporarily closing all locations, including two in Albuquerque, and has not announced a reopening date.
  • Yankee Candles will close all stores through April 1.
  • All Vans stores in the United States and Canada will be temporarily closed, according to a post on the company’s Facebook page.
  • Hollister will temporarily close all stores outside of the Asia-Pacific region effective immediately.
  • Spurline Supply Co., a local lifestyle store just north of Old Town, is temporarily closing. The shop’s secondary location inside the Sawmill Market will remain open for now. The store will be offering a 10% discount on the store’s website with the code ‘STAYHOME10.’
  • All M’tucci’s restaurants in the Albuquerque area will temporarily close to the public for dining, but will remain open for carryout orders. The company will offer reduced menu options and all food will be discounted 20% for online and phone orders. In addition, kids’ meals will also be discounted to $5. Online orders should use the code ‘#supportlocal’ for the discount to be applied, and food from M’tucci’s will also be available through DoorDash.
  • Stone Age Climbing Gym will be closed March 17 through April 5.
  • REI will close all retail stores from March 16-27. Customers can still shop online and all shipping fees will be waived while the retail locations are closed.
  • Canada-based cosmetic store Lush Cosmetics will close all U.S. and Canada stores from March 16-29. The company will also scale down manufacturing.
  • Starbucks will remove all seating from its stores and temporarily transition to a to-go-only model starting March 15. Customers can continue to order at the counter or can order ahead on the Starbucks app. Stores may temporarily close or reduce hours in areas “with high clusters of COVID-19 cases.”
  • All Urban Outfitters stores will close until at least March 28. Customers may continue to order online during this time.
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