Chuck E. Cheese’s wages war against germs

March 22, 2011

To combat germs that tend to zero in on kids, Chuck E. Cheese’s has partnered with Purell to provide guests with complimentary hand-sanitation stations throughout a majority of its 500 locations.

Purell sanitation stations can be found at the entrance to Chuck E. Cheese’s, near the Kid Check station, in most units.

Chuck E. Cheese’s also maintains stringent cleaning and disinfecting standards throughout each of its locations that include:

  • Game and play-area equipment is wiped down periodically throughout the day and disinfected every evening
  • Restrooms are checked and maintained every 30 minutes
  • Tables are cleaned and disinfected after every use

“By partnering with Purell and integrating the sanitation stations alongside our already rigorous cleaning requirements, we’re able to keep our focus on providing a fun, safe and clean environment for families and keep parents’ focus on creating positive, lifelong memories with their kids,” said Richard Huston, EVP, marketing at CEC Entertainment Inc., Chuck E. Cheese’s parent company.

Huston added that given the nature of Chuck E. Cheese’s, taking a proactive approach to keeping locations as clean and germ-free as possible is crucial.

“It’s that proactive approach that led us to partner with Purell and always has us refining our cleaning and disinfecting standards to better serve all of our guests,” he said.


Topics: Chuck E. Cheese's Pizza , Customer Service / Experience , Health & Nutrition

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