On Tuesday, the squad of West Ham United celebrate Purple day, for the celebration the club send invitation to the group of students from Havering College having various types of disabilities at the London Stadium Store (LSS).
Hammers has introduced a number of measures with an intent enhance the familiarity for each shopper in the store, some measures are:
- Employees training like how to best serve customers with disabilities or impaired functioning.
- Additional points in the store are available.
- Lanes in the store have been made at distance deliberately to made big space for those visiting the store in wheelchairs.
- Stadium Store has easy to reach lift and toilet.
- The mobility service of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (QEOP) was made available to assist those come for support and the people from the store as well outside the Westfield Stratford City (WSC).
On Saturday, Tuesday, the different areas of work was shown to students were which were in the surroundings of the store. They were also invited to endeavor few of the crucial roles of match day staff, including personalization, printing papers and many other tasks performed on the floor of the store. The day concluded students talking and sharing their shopping experience at Hammers store. They shared their views in a Q & A which was done by staff and a competitive Supermarket Sweep.
Austin Hughes, West Ham United Foundation, and Community Sports Manager said after the day: “The ‘Purple Tuesday’ is a great job across the country in many different stores. He said, “We have few students having many disabilities. On the day, they were shown how such shops work. It will allow them to go shopping elsewhere.