Corporations deal with heavy snowfall on the Omaha subway
OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – Although much of the Omaha subway was covered in several inches of snow, Midtown Picklemans kept their open registration.
“We’re trying to be one of the few open companies. That way we can bring people into our doors, ”said Pasencia Deleon, the restaurant’s area manager.
You did big jobs on Monday.
“Somebody brought food today for everyone who plows downtown and Lincoln,” Deleon said.
However, most of the orders have been set for delivery.
“It’s nice to know that there are these dedicated employees who are dedicated to making money. And they are committed to ensuring that we have good customer service in all of our stores, ”added Deleon.
Many employees do not call up on snowy days, but take additional precautionary measures.
“I wake up early and make sure my driveway is clear and check the weather. And make sure I can be here a little earlier, ”said delivery driver Meagan Huesgan.
According to Huesgan, customers value the service even if it takes them a little longer to complete the order.
“They feel like they don’t want to leave their homes, so understand. And a lot of them will plow their driveways and things to make it easier for us, ”she added.
Pickleman expected road conditions to worsen later in the day. That’s why they closed at 2 p.m. to make sure employees can get home safely.
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