During the current outbreak of COVID-19, MAPCO’s foremost priority is the health of our team members and our neighbors. As of right now, all 345 MAPCO stores will remain open to service the needs of their communities. There will be preventative measures taken, like increased sanitization, the closing of in-store seating areas, customer limits, and food orders being only available to carry out. To learn more, continue following us on social media for updates, and read the FAQs and a letter from MAPCO CEO Frederic Chaveyriat below.
Dear MAPCO guests,
We are committed to serving the communities where we live and work and providing a better break for all our guests. The health and safety of our team members and guests remains our top priority and as such we are following guidance from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), health organizations, and federal, state and local government agencies on all available precautions. We are enhancing our already detailed in-store cleaning and sanitation processes and will be increasing the availability of hand sanitizer and other prevention tools to our guests and team members. Additionally, we’re working closely with our suppliers to ensure we remain in stock for all our guests’ needs.
MAPCO is focused on keeping you and our team members healthy—and our stores open and in stock so we can continue to provide our communities with Convenience You Can TRUST®.
Thank you for trusting in us,
The health of our guests and team members is our top priority. We are closely following the latest information and guidelines from local, state and federal government agencies, along with health organizations to ensure that we are taking the necessary steps to combat the spread of COVID-19.
These steps include:
Yes, we have implemented a rigorous and frequent disinfecting process across all of our MAPCO locations covering all areas of the stores, including but not limited to shelves, restrooms, beverage machines, gas pumps and squeegees, and other commonly touched surfaces to ensure they are regularly sanitized.
At this time, our 345 convenience stores remain open, in-stock, and clean to serve our communities.
The health of our guests and team members remains our top priority, and we are closely following guidance from the CDC, health organizations, and federal, state, and local government agencies on all available precautions.
We’re working closely with our suppliers to do everything we can to re-stock high-demand items to meet our guests’ needs.
For more information on the coronavirus (COVID-19), we encourage you to visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at www.cdc.gov, the World Health Organization at who.int, and your local health department’s website.