Crowd lines up to shop at Ross on first day of Kennewick store’s reopening
KENNEWICK, Wash. — Ross’s Kennewick store reopened Thursday for the first time in almost four months, and people are lining up to get in.
A couple shoppers told KAPP-KVEW they arrived before doors opened at 10 a.m. and saw that people had camped overnight to be the first ones through the doors.
All Ross locations in the Tri-Cities and Yakima Valley reopened Thursday after entering Phase 1.5 of Washington’s Safe Start reopening plan last week. The stores have been closed since mid-March because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Under Phase 1.5, the store is limited to 15% capacity and shopping must be limited to 30 minutes per customer. Masks are required to enter.
Here’s where the stores are located:
- Kennewick — 6705 W Canal Dr
- Richland — 2917 Queensgate Dr
- Union Gap — 1708 E Washington Ave
- Sunnyside — 2010 Yakima Valley Hwy