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A Marketplace Update Regarding COVID-19

A Marketplace Update Regarding COVID-19

This blogpost will be continuously updated to include all relevant information and changes to the Spreadshirt Marketplace. Please save this article and check back from time to time.

 

UPDATE March 24th, 2020:

We’ve now reopened both of our factories in the United States (hooray)! After legal clarification by the Nevada and Pennsylvania governments, we are now able to operate our facilities by enacting strict health and safety guidelines.

By keeping our production employees at a distance of 6 feet, sanitizing surfaces at the beginning and end of shifts, and promoting hand washing, we are able to both keep our employees safe and resume producing orders for your customers. Here is the full list of safety guidelines from the CDC that we will follow.

As you know, the situation surrounding COVID-19 is very dynamic and can change quickly. Please note, that while we were able to reopen our factories there are still a few things that will stay the same. For example, we will temporarily not be running any promotions on Spreadshirt.com. Additionally, you can expect delivery times to be longer than normal.

We are taking every precaution to ensure the health and safety of our production employees and their communities and are happy to see products run through our facilities again and land safely at your customers’ doorsteps.  We’ll certainly keep you up to date on anything that affects you and your customers.

For our EU platform: As of today, in the EU our factories are operating normally.

 

UPDATE March 20th, 6:30PM EST:

Governor Sisolak of Nevada just released an emergency directive that ORDERED non essential businesses to close doors. This means that both our production facilities in Greensburg, Pennsylvania and in Henderson, Nevada need to remain closed for the next weeks. Businesses who ignore this will be faced with civil penalties and revocation of business licenses. Unfortunately this also means, that we currently cannot process any orders of your customers. This will be communicated in the check-out and in a banner that they will see on the Spreadshirt Website. We’re very sorry to share this news but the safety of the public, our customers and our staff is our #1 priority. We’re confident we can all get through this together and we appreciate your patience. We will communicate with all of you as soon as we are back up and running. In the meantime please send any of your questions or concerns to service@spreadshirt.com or contact us on our forum.

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