Good morning, #YNotStoppers! We are happy to report that all Y-Not Stop locations are now open!
We hope everyone has stayed safe through the storm and our hearts go out to everyone in South Louisiana devastated by #Ida. We appreciate your patience as we work through a few isolated issues with fuel dispensers and some slow processing speeds due to internet disruptions.
[Notice: times are subject to change according to weather intensity.]
We believe this will allow ample time for our Team Members and customers to make it home safely before the severe weather begins.
In the meantime, please make your final preparations to weather the storm. We are ready to serve you! Due to high volume of fuel purchases, some stores are out of fuel. Our fuel trucks will be back on the road making deliveries after the storm passes, as soon as it is safe to do so. We appreciate your patience and understanding!
We plan to reopen stores as soon as it is safe to do so on Monday 8/30... weather, safety, and electricity permitting. We will be monitoring conditions constantly. As soon as stores have reopened, we will post here & on Facebook to keep you informed so be sure to follow our page for updates.
Take care & be safe, everyone!
#HurricaneIDA #LouisianaStrong #WeGotThis #YNotStop
Here we go again... another Hurricane Season and storm #Ida is brewing! Are you prepared?
We've compiled the prep list below over the years and hope it's helpful for you as you get ready to weather any storm!
At this time we are monitoring the weather conditions and will continue to post updates here, on our App & Facebook.
Fuel for vehicles & generators
Bottled water & packaged drinks
Food & snacks that are easy to prepare without electricity (granola/ protein bars, trail mixes & nuts, sandwiches, peanut butter)
Flashlights, batteries, candles & matches
First aid kit and medications
Personal hygiene items
Cash (ATMs and cards may not work during loss of power)
Baby: Formula, diapers & wipes
Fuel up vehicles, generators and gas cans prior to the storm
Crank up the generator and make sure it’s in good working order
Gather important documents in one place, such as a waterproof container (birth certificates, passports, social security cards, insurance documents, etc)
Bring pets into shelter and make sure they have ample food and fresh water
Secure all outside items that could become projectiles or damaged during heavy wind and rain (put away toys, turn the trampoline over, turn rocking chairs on their sides, secure BBQ pits antrash cans with bungee cords, etc)
Charge your laptop and other portable devices to use as a backup power source for phones and tablets
Place all valuables at the tops of closets in water proof containers in the event of flooding (pictures, baby books, diplomas, and other special items)
Gather up cards and board games for children to play with during power outages and bad weather
Take detailed pictures of your home, furnishings and valuables for insurance purposes. Email them to yourself for backup storage.
APPS TO DOWNLOAD
Download these apps before the storm in the event that you need assistance.
Y-Not Stop for Store/ Open Closed Updates
NOAA Weather Radar Live by Apalon Apps