Moto, Britain’s biggest operator of motorway service areas, is to reopen all its Greggs stores this week.
To launch the return of the popular brand, Moto has embarked on a social media campaign using the tagline “#Bringing Tasty Back” with the promise that all 67 Greggs stores across the motorway network will be back in business on Thursday, 18 June.
Each store will have floor markings to help maintain social distancing, protective screens on counters and PPE for colleagues. In addition, each outlet will be subject to enhanced cleaning regimes and customers will be encouraged to use free hand sanitiser and pay by contactless card if possible.
Ken McMeikan, Moto’s CEO, said: “Greggs is a hugely popular brand and we are delighted to be able to bring it back for our customers. We have been reopening Burger King, Costa and KFC units over recent weeks and with the addition of Greggs we will now have all our key brands available again for customers. We are also delighted to be welcoming back many of our colleagues who have been on furlough.”
The company also plans to reopen 12 Costa Coffee stores and six Burger King outlets on Thursday.