L.L. Bean Freeport has finally reopened its doors as they have taken the time to follow the new guidelines put in place by Governor Mills, according to WGME.

The news station states that the policy allows stores that sell bicycle, fishing, and hunting supplies to open, just in time for the excellent weather.

The flagship store where you can get a trademark pair of Bean boots remains closed to customers but is offering curbside pick up, WGME added. 

"In order to ensure the health and safety of our employees, customers, and community, we have taken a very cautious approach in regards to reopening our retail locations. We were one of the first retailers to close our doors and began offering curbside service just last week out of an abundance of caution," said L.L. Bean Director of External Communications Amanda Hannah to CBS 13.

There is also a list of other precautions that are being taken to secure at-risk clientele safety and to maintain social distancing policies.

You can read about those and more on the WGME CBS 13 Site

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