Continuity of Service During COVID-19

Metro Sales, Inc. continues to closely monitor the events related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). As a company, the health and well-being of our customers, employees and families is the upmost importance. Pursuant to the company’s pandemic preparedness plan, we have taken steps to ensure our ability to deliver products and services to your organization without any disruption. We have taken and continue to take every necessary precaution and are proactively developing appropriate contingencies if needed. The company continues to follow guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as state and local authorities and will adjust our approach accordingly.

As a company, we have the technology, procedures and processes in place to have most of our employees work remotely. Due to the nature of the onsite work our employees perform at your organization’s sites, we want to adhere to any measures that you may have put in place. Any of our employees that would be working at your organization’s sites are following strict hygiene protocol to include hand washing, using hand sanitizer and coughing or sneezing protocol.  In the event you require any additional sanitization, wearing a protective mask, disinfecting work areas, further accommodations or if the site is unavailable; please let us know. We want to avoid any potential confusion or delays in delivering our services.

Understanding that the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to develop and has many uncertainties, Metro Sales, Inc. believes it is well-positioned and prepared to respond to the changing environment. Thank you for your continued business.

Jerry Mathwig

Metro Sales, Inc.
An Employee-Owned Company

Metro Sales is committed to:

    • Serving healthcare providers, government entities and businesses on the front lines of the COVID-19 fight as an essential business.
    • Instituting work from home policies for employees.
    • Providing additional computing power to IBM’s World Community Grid, which is launching its OpenPandemics project to assist in computational research for COVID-19.

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