Menards limiting store guests to 16 or older, no pets

Service dogs are welcome
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(WKBT) – Menards is no longer allowing children under the age of 16 in stores due to the COVID-19 crisis.

According to a message on its website, if a child that looks younger than 16 enters the store, employees will ask to see identification.

Pets are also not allowed in stores unless it is a Service dog.

Menards to News 8 Now, “We are no longer able to allow children under the age of 16, nor pets, in any of our stores due to the COVID-19 crisis. We absolutely love families, but need to lessen the number of people shopping in our stores, and I think it goes without saying that children need to be protected from people.”

The store thanked customers for keeping everyone safe.