Mobile Shoe Truck 10 Point Safety Protocol

We hope everyone’s doing well! While it’s not quite business as usual yet, we are coming closer and closer to that point every day. In fact, after a few months hiatus, we’re now able to resume our mobile shoe truck operations. That means we’re now able to bring Red Wing to your job site for on the spot service!

However, because the safety of our customers and staff continues to be our number one priority, we’ve implemented a number of changes in our mobile shoe truck on-site procedures. 

Safety Comes First on our Mobile Shoe Truck

We are adhering to all of the CDC’s recommendations for safety during this crazy time. More specifically:

  • We are limiting the amount of customers on the truck to 1 at a time.
  • Our drivers will be wearing masks and gloves.
  • An outside seating area will be provided, with seats 6 feet apart in accordance with social distancing guidelines 
  • Display shoes are not allowed to be touched or handled by the customer.
  • If a customer tries on a pair of shoes, and doesn’t take them, the footwear will be quarantined for 48 hours.
  • All common surfaces will be wiped down and sanitized after each customer – including customer seating and foot measuring devises. 
  • Social distancing will be practiced inside and outside of the shoe truck. Our drivers will never come any closer than 6 feet to our customers.
  • Reconditioning and maintenance of Red Wing footwear is currently suspended.
  • Our drivers will check their temperature prior to arriving on site. 
  • The truck will be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized after each visit.

We sincerely appreciate the opportunity to be on site and we will do everything possible to ensure a safe experience for your facility and staff. 

Contact Us

Have any questions or concerns about our new shoe truck protocol? Just call us at the Midlothian location or message us on Facebook and we’ll be happy to address them. We look forward to working with you in-person (with some changes) again!

Be safe out there, Richmond!