Pleasant Prairie Wisconsin Shopping
Owners of four Wisconsin malls say they will reopen their properties in Wisconsin once state regulations begin to ease in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Simon Malls, owner and operator of Madison Mall in Madison, the Milwaukee Mall and two other shopping malls in Milwaukee County, said they plan to reopen by May 27.
Buyers are encouraged to check their temperature before visiting the property and to do a health check and refrain from visiting the property if they have flu-like symptoms. Shopping center employees will limit the number of people in stores and provide CDC - approved masks and disinfectant wipes - to all shoppers who request them for free, providing packages to those who request them. Staff and security officers were instructed to remind and encourage shoppers to maintain a reasonable distance between fellow shoppers and workers and to refrain from group purchases, the mall's website says.
Business hours will be limited to 7 p.m. to allow for improved disinfection and disinfection, according to the shopping center's website.
Signs and floor stickers are used to promote better traffic flow, including at entrances and public areas. The number of open entrances to the property has been limited to meet the requirements of local fire regulations. All other sinks and pee-soirs were taped off, which leads to a reasonable distance between the people.
All public areas of the property have been disinfected with products that meet or exceed CDC guidelines. All those exposed to COVID-19 are expected to remain in quarantine until they are symptom-free - at least 72 hours and meet all other CDC requirements.
When I was looking for the perfect mattress, I couldn't stress enough how helpful, knowledgeable and wonderful Dave was. The two young men who put up the bed in our guest room gave us a 5 out of 5 rating. We could not have found a better service and friendly people. They have far surpassed us with their great service, great prices and great customer service.
We were in high spirits the night the Cubs won the World Series and were asked what made us sleep in style for the perfect mattress. Pete was fantastic and explained us which mattress to look for depending on our needs and asked us about our sleeping style, which led to our perfect mattresses.
We stopped at a mattress company in Pleasant Prairie to discuss our adjustable foundation, which we had recently purchased as it had been damaged during delivery. We were very excited about our new mattress, and now we are even more so we stopped by.
We called the store and told them about our experience and they told us to keep the mattress until they could get us a new one. As I explained, we pulled our bed out of the way and said we had just dragged it out and slept on the floor.
We got a call back and they gave us two hours to deliver the mattress and frame and after delivery wow, they didn't even deliver until 10am. Then they told us they would not deliver it until they came back to find that we just didn't fit in the truck. They appeared 30 minutes before delivery and had the bed set up and went for 15 minutes.
The crew that brought the bed and frame together did not have the tools to put the frame together, so we were not put together and the only solution the seller had was to send us an email to ask for a refund. We tried to return it to the store, but they refused to leave it in the store and told us to ignore their automated service for a week. S1A2, we were informed that the mattress and floor would not be delivered until Friday, June 14, 2016 at 14: 30.