UPDATE (Wednesday, 06 May 2020): South Africa has now entered into a new phase of lockdown – level 4.
Level 4 is a slightly more relaxed stage of the lockdown, which amongst other things will allow businesses and restaurants to open.
Sportswear retailer, PUMA has announced that its stores will be open for business from Wednesday, 06 May 2020.
Per PUMA Statement:
Here at PUMA, we are people first – and it’s our priority to ensure the safety and comfort of our customers and employees.
As we reopen our stores, please take note of our current hygiene practices for a safe and positive shopping experience.
Hand Sanitiser is available at the door – please us it.
Our store employees will be wearing masks and other protective equipment.
We ask that customers please pay with cards or contactless payments whenever possible and avoid contact with cash.
Please follow the direction of store managers to keep a safe distance from other shoppers and employees.
Original article (26 March 2020)
PUMA South Africa announced that it will temporarily close down all of its retail stores from Tuesday, 24 March until Friday, 17 April 2020.
PUMA South Africa’s Marketing Director Brett Bellinger says the company recognizes the varying impact of the current global health situation on individuals and businesses. “We continue to monitor the circumstances on a country by county basis and can confirm that the health and safety or our customers and employees is our top priority. We will do everything we can to continue to serve the needs of our customers.”
PUMA’s training app, PUMATRAC, is fully operational and can be used to keep fit and healthy during the lockdown. Available for free download from Google Play and App Store, the app includes daily boxing, ballet, strength, Pilates as well as the high-intensity interval (HIIT) and low-intensity interval (LIIT) workouts.
“We will keep a close eye on things and provide updates to the public should there be any changes or developments,” concludes Bellinger.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org and for shopping-related queries email email@example.com or call 087 353 1294.
Otherwise, stay tuned for more updates.