Despite the cold temperatures, workers were out braving the freezing weather.
Jordan Bateman carried on with his usual day to day activities as a courtesy clerk this afternoon, despite the negative temperatures.
“We usually do carts about three times a day, before we go to lunch, break and before we go home at the end of the day,” said Bateman.
With more than six years of experience, he knows a thing or to about how to deal with the cold.
“It helps to have good shoes with good traction,” said Bateman.
He says the key to getting the job done is to, “just keep moving.”
Bateman is not the only one with the same thought.
“More than likely when I’m working I just try to get the job done, just get it done as quickly as possible, said store clerk Colin Sult.
Store clerks were not the only ones trying to with stand the cold while working.
“Today is freezing cold and we actually have been selling a ton of iced and frozen drinks, can you believe it,” said barista Katie Michalenko.
With the drive through window opening and closing almost every five minutes this barista has her own ways to keep warm.
‘We just walk back and fourth really fast, try to keep up the energy drink lots of hot drinks,” said Michalenko.
One thing these three workers agreed with was to just keep going.
Luckily tomorrow temperatures warm up- we could reach a high of 7.