Updated 9am MT on Thursday, April 9, 2020
NLL CANCELS REMAINING REGULAR SEASON GAMES
The National Lacrosse League (@NLL), the longest running and most successful professional lacrosse league in the world, today announced that the League will cancel the remainder of the regular season. League officials are looking at any number of scenarios to return to play when all stakeholders and health officials deem that possible. There is no timeline on when decisions will be made. The league suspended regular season play on March 12th due to COVID-19.
– Are games being canceled?
Yes. All Colorado Mammoth regular season games have been canceled by the NLL. We will communicate news about how this impacts the NLL schedule once we have it. Additionally, the state of Colorado has issued a detailed “stay home” order, banning any social or recreational gatherings outside the home of any size in which people do not remain at least six feet apart.
– Is the box office open?
The Colorado Mammoth and Pepsi Center Box Offices will be closed until further notice following Colorado’s guidance to cease non-essential business operations.
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King Soopers is going above and beyond on the front lines by providing “sneeze guards” for their employees, full sick pay and cash bonuses. They are also hiring with immediate positions available. Please go to jobs.kingsoopers.com to apply.
PepsiCo is taking proactive steps grounded in science to protect the safety of our products, people, communities and customers. This includes continuing to enforce already strict preventive safety and sanitation measures in all of our manufacturing and warehouse locations, and practicing social distancing. PepsiCo is also providing paid sick leave for those diagnosed or caring for a family member, and additional compensation to our frontline associates. Our company’s philanthropic arm, The PepsiCo Foundation, is investing to aid the most vulnerable, and we are partnering with peers and the public sector to maximize our impact, which includes a $1.5MM contribution to support millions of restaurant industry workers, and millions of additional dollars to support providing meals to students in need in the U.S. in addition to our efforts globally, which includes donations to the Red Cross. For more information, please visit https://www.pepsico.com/news/stories/covid-19