Broadway COVID-19 Information

 

  Broadway’s response to the current COVID-19 crisis is changing daily, based on the most current information provided by local and federal health agencies. We are providing this informational video here and in all of our locations to help educate our patrons on how they can keep themselves and America’s essential workers safe during this trying time. And remember, WASH YOUR HANDS!

 

 

A letter from Dan Alsaker, CEO

Dear Broadway Flying J Guests,

The pending health crisis posed by COVID-19 is evolving daily and I wanted to assure our patrons of the steps we are taking to ensure their safety. To date no employees at our locations in Washington state, Montana, or Nevada are known to have contracted the virus that causes COVID-19. In addition to our own rigorous sanitation standards we are implementing all of the more robust procedures recommended by the CDC at this time. We continue to monitor the recommendations of federal and local health agencies as the situation develops to ensure that we adapt our response as the crisis is better understood, and to provide safe, sustainable services to our communities in a systematic manner while maintaining the health and safety of our team members.

I would like to recommend that our patrons observe the current recommendations of social distancing, avoiding touching their face while in public, frequently and vigorously washing their hands for a minimum of 20 seconds, and to cough into their elbows, if necessary. The symptoms of COVID-19 include cough, shortness of breath and fever (100.4 ℉ or greater). If you or someone you are travelling with is experiencing these symptoms avoid contact with others and contact your healthcare professional immediately.

Broadway has been in business for over 57 years and has been through a lot. We will continue to monitor changing safety procedures and to keep our employees and guests informed as this situation develops.

Sincerely,
Dan Alsaker
CEO, Broadway Flying J