29th March, 2020

We’re in it together

Cotton On Group – Statement

As an Aussie brand, the best thing we can do for our mates and our loved ones right now is to stay at home.

For us, this means closing the doors to our 650 Australian stores at 5pm, Sunday 29th March.

“As we navigate through some pretty tough times right now, our number one priority is to protect the livelihoods of our teams around the world as best we can.

Here in Australia, this will see us continue to pay all full-time and part-time retail team members over the next month,” said Peter Johnson, Cotton On Group CEO.

We’ve also connected with likeminded retailers such as Woolies and Coles to provide short-term job opportunities for our casual team until we open up our doors again.

“While this crisis continues to throw curveballs daily, we’re confident that we have the right plan in place to come out the other end and bounce back quickly.

In our 30 years, we’ve never shied away from a challenge and we know that the resilience of our awesome team and the loyalty of our customers is our greatest asset,” said Mr Johnson.

In the meantime, our customers can shop every item they would normally find in store, at cottonon.com. We do free returns anytime, free shipping over $60 and contactless delivery.

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