- We've seen the news that state and county requirements on mask wearing are being loosened or lifted over the coming weeks. For now, however, RPG Dungeons policy will still be to require the use of masks while not eating or drinking. None of us at RPG Dungeons enjoy wearing the masks either, however, due to the nature of sitting closely with our fellow players and GMs and our desire to maximize the safety, health and peace of mind of everyone in the store, we will not yet be lifting these requirements. As the vaccinations continue to roll out, we will keep a close eye on overall numbers and re-evaluate the policy as things change. We look forward to being in a position in the future where we can all game together safely without masks being required"
Our store and products will be sanitized daily and we will sanitize any areas or products used by customers between gaming sessions. Our miniatures are sanitized with UV lights after each use. We use a Victory Electrostatic Sanitizer with a botanical, food safe chemical to treat our store and its contents. The cleaning chemical is FDA, CDC and WHO approved with a Covid-19 kill time of just four minutes once applied. We keep the SDS information on hand for this chemical and customers are welcome to see a copy of it anytime. We will provide soap in our restroom for washing hands as well as hand sanitizer outside of the restroom area for customers use.
Please click on this link to see the Victory Electrostatic Sanitizing equipment information and to see how it all works. https://victorycomplete.com/product/professional-cordless-electrostatic-sprayer/
We recommend our customers follow CDC guidelines when at our gaming center. If you have any questions or would like more information regarding our Covid-19 efforts to help keep our customers safe please contact us on our Contact Us page. We are taking these precautions in an effort to provide a safer environment for our customers who still want to game in person.
The owners of RPG Dungeons Gaming Center thank you for supporting a new, locally owned, small business during these times.