Some retailers temporarily close while others remain open
(Bristol, Tenn.) – Some retailers are temporarily closing their stores while others remain open at The Pinnacle during the current COVID-19 crisis.
Best Uniform Center
Dick’s Sporting Goods
“Each retailer is reacting to the coronavirus crisis differently as it unfolds on a daily basis,” explains Pinnacle Developer Steve Johnson. “Our region has not been severely impacted to date as much as other parts of the country, and I am thankful. However, some major retailers make a corporate decision to temporarily close all their stores because of the virus. We understand and support the efforts to protect the public during this critical time of America’s history.”
“Currently, all our restaurants remain open, some with drive-through or curbside pick-up only available. Bass Pro Shop, Best Buy and CarMax remain open at this time while other retailers have temporarily closed,” Johnson says. “Our hearts go out to employees who are temporarily impacted by the closings.”
“I recommend that consumers monitor each retailer’s website for the most updated information on their store hours, temporary closings and projected re-openings when the crisis ends. Everything is fluid in their decisions as to when their actual re-openings will occur,” Johnson says. “I urge that everyone remain safe and healthy during this time.”
About the Pinnacle
The Pinnacle, the region’s premier lifestyle shopping destination serving Northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, North Carolina, and Southeastern Kentucky, is a 250-acre, open-air, mixed-use development complex located off I-81 at Exit 74B in Bristol, Tennessee. The complex can accommodate more than 1.3 million square feet of retail, restaurant, hotel, entertainment, and medical office space. To see a complete list of current and future stores at The Pinnacle, go to www.thepinnacle.com.