It looks like life is starting to head back to normal as a growing number of people in the state are getting vaccinated. As a result, fewer stores are requiring masks for people who have been vaccinated and even fewer stores are offering curbside pickup.

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I LOVE curbside pickup. This is one pandemic development that I've actually enjoyed...you can order your things online, swing by, pickup and go. You don't even need to get out of your car. It's awesome and most places offer this up for FREE.

I've been using this option throughout the pandemic to pickup my Target purchases and it's awesome. I'll use it even if I only have one item to pickup. It's free and it's completely contactless. It's a great option for busy people on the go.

According to the Crossroads Center website, individual store hours can vary. Here's a list of stores at Crossroads Center still offering to bring your purchases out to your vehicle.

  • Apricot Lane
  • AT&T
  • Chick-fil-A
  • DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse
  • Games by James
  • Hollister California
  • Macy's
  • Men's Wearhouse
  • Noodles & Company
  • Pretzel Maker
  • Red Robin
  • Sally Beauty Supply
  • Scheels
  • Shoe Dept. Encore
  • Target
  • Ulta Beauty

According to Crossroads Center, "Once there, our Crossroads Center Curbside Parking Area will have spaces labeled so you can provide the store your exact location when you arrive." If you have specific questions you can reach out to the mall's staff or the store you're shopping with specifically.

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