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Bed, Bath & Beyond draws blueprint for reopening 600 stores
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Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. plans to unlock the doors to half of its stores across North America by June 13 and bring back thousands of employees furloughed as the retailer grappled with shutdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The company will welcome customers back to 500 of its flagship big box sites, as well as around 50 Christmas Tree Shop stores and 50 Cost Plus World Market stores in the U.S., officials announced Friday.
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"We continue to respond to the COVID-19 situation with measured, purposeful steps to help keep our people safe and our customers served," said Bed Bath & Beyond CEO Mark Tritton. "We recently launched our store safety plan and are guided by our medical team and national, state and local guidance to help ensure customers can shop with us confidently. "