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Nearly all of Pennsylvania’s counties recently moved into the green phase of the state’s reopening plan, which eases most restrictions in place due to the spread of the coronavirus, according to the York, Pa.-based convenience-store chain.
While each gaming room continues to offer five machines for customers to use, Rutter’s installed plexiglass barriers between machines, added hand sanitizer in the gaming rooms and placed stickers designating where to wait for a machine to open to keep customers safe, the chain said.
“We are excited to be providing entertainment for our customers once again. However, the health and safety of everyone in our stores continues to be our top priority,” said Scott Hartman, Rutter’s president and CEO. “We are operating our video gaming rooms in accordance with Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board regulations and guidelines to help promote a fun and safe experience.”
Rutter’s opened all of its 14 gaming rooms and said there are more slated to open in coming months. All rooms operate 24 hours a day for people 21 years old and older. Customers can visit Rutter’s website for a full list of open video gaming rooms.
With 76 stores, Rutter’s ranked No. 87 on CSP’s Top 202 list of the largest c-store chains in the U.S. It is known as an industry leader in c-store design, sustainable construction, retail technology, restroom focus and foodservice innovation.
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