To our dedicated and loyal customers,
We are committed to protecting the safety of the Sundance family, employees and customers alike. Expeditious and timely communication, along with full transparency, is key. Please know that the Sundance management team is operating with a strong sense of urgency across all channels, as the COVID-19 crisis continues to grow on a daily, if not hourly, basis. We have been monitoring the situation and establishing measures to be taken to protect our employees and our customers, both for our retail stores and our DTC divisions.
As an organization, it is imperative that we do all we can to protect our communities, not only here at our home offices and distribution centers in Utah, but across the country where our retail store associates bring the Sundance experience to life for our loyal customers. Effective immediately, all Sundance retail stores will suspend operation temporarily and until further notice. We will keep our Sundance customers apprised when our retail stores open.
We thank you for your loyalty over the years. Our beautiful collection that you have grown to love is available 24/7 at sundancecatalog.com.
Please stay safe and healthy.
President and CEO
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