Businesses are making the decision to temporarily close offices and move to online. Inweekly will update this list as we receive more information.
The accounting Warren Averett has decided to temporarily close its physical offices due to the spread of and concerns related to COVID-19.
“Our top priority is the well-being of our clients, team members, business partners, their families and communities,” wrote CEO Mary Elliott in an email. “We believe this is the best measure to protect the health and safety of our clients, team members and community.”
If you have questions or concerns, please reach out to your Warren Averet advisor directly or complete this form to have a member of their team reach out to you.
Jos. A Banks and Men’s Wearhouse have made the decision to temporarily close all of our Jos. A. Bank stores through the end of March to help prevent further spread of the coronavirus in our local communities:
You can continue to shop online as usual. Our e-commerce business at josbank.com – including distribution and shipping – is not affected by the store closure.
Rental, custom and ship-to-store orders can be picked up as planned.