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Session Fixture Covid 19 Policy Update

Oct 23, 2020

Dear Valued Customers,

We are open 8:30 to 5:00 Mon - Fri!

In order to keep our staff and customers safe, we are keeping a clean house, social distancing and wearing masks.

Stay Well!

March 18, 2020

Dear Valued Customers,

We realize and share the pain that COVID-19 is causing worldwide. We understand there is an unprecedented effect now on our customers, colleagues, and friends, especially those in the bar & restaurant and foodservice industry.

We are here to help in any way that we can for the unforeseeable future.

To share what SESSION FIXTURE COMPANY is doing to keep our customers and our people safe:

  • First and foremost, our doors will remain open during normal business hours.
  • We can be reached in an emergency to help if you have any piece of equipment that goes down, including refrigeration, cooking, or holding equipment.
  • Our showroom is open and is being sanitized throughout the day to ensure your safety.
  • We are also offering additional delivery options and curbside pickup. We offer many options for customers transitioning quickly from full service to curb pickup and/or home delivery. We have a full array of hot holding equipment, insulated transport boxes, and insulated soft bags at large discounts to help get through the next several weeks.

SESSION FIXTURE COMPANY will remain open and vigilant to serve our community. If we are mandated to close, we will issue notification.

Stay Well,

Friends The Staff & Management
Session Fixture Co., Inc.
314-487-2670 or 800-874-2670

Below are a few tips from a Trade Partner to help with this crisis:

  1. Take a full inventory of all products within your establishment. This is especially important as it pertains to products that will go to waste.
  2. If you have multiple locations be extremely diligent in your ordering of both ingredients and supplies. Share resources between locations, whenever possible.
  3. File a claim with your insurance even if there is a specific clause that states you cannot. This ensures that you have gone on record showing that your business has suffered damage due to the ban.
  4. Ask for payment terms when necessary. Asking for net-15 or net-30 terms. Look into using a credit card. This will ease much of the cash flow strain restaurants will be experiencing.
  5. Preserve your cash. This is a crucial piece of survival for restaurants in this time of crisis. You need to hold on to your cash and look at all financing options.