Money clip 1531 E. Pembroke Ave. Hampton, va. 23663  (757) 728-3560

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In order to help with the spreading of the coronavirus, money clip has changed its business hours from 9am to 6pm to 10am to 2pm Monday through saturday.  In addition, we are only allowing one customer in the store at a time and you must use the provided hand sanitizer located at the front door.  Please help us keep this virus from spreading.  Also, we are practicing social distancing by requiring everyone to stay at a minimum of 6 feet apart from each other.  We dont recommend coming out during the stay at home order, however, if you need us we are here during those new hours. We have video game systems, laptops, tablets and cell phones for sale and we are still repairing all model iPhones with approximately 1 hour pick up time.  We also activate cell phones as well. 

Gov. Ralph Northam on Monday, March 30th issued a temporary stay-at-home order through June 10 in response to coronavirus, but what are Virginians still allowed to do?

Essentially, Virginians will only be able to leave their homes for essential reasons — such as picking up groceries or prescriptions, seeking medical care or going to a job if necessary. But essential businesses include more than one may think, as the order does not require that the operation of businesses be closed to the public.

The following is a list of essential retail businesses, according to the governor: 

  • Grocery stores, pharmacies and other retailers that sell food and beverage products or pharmacy products, including dollar stores, as well as department stores with grocery or pharmacy operations
  • medical, laboratory and vision supply retailers
  • electronic retailers that sell or service cellphones, computers, tablets and other communications technology
  • automotive parts, accessories and tire retailers, as well as automotive repair facilities
  • home improvement, hardware, building material and building supply retailers
  • lawn and garden equipment retailers
  • beer, wine and liquor stores
  • retail functions of gas stations and convenience stores
  • retail within health care facilities
  • banks and other financial institutions with retail functions
  • pet stores and feed stores
  • printing and office supply stores
  • laundromats and dry cleaners