New at MCX Henderson Hall
FACE COVERING ENFORCED IN MCX
Per the memorandum sent on 5 April, the MCX will be enforcing the use of facial coverings (clean T-shirts, bandanas, handkerchiefs, or other clean cloths that can cover the nose and mouth area) while in the store. This is especially important for the times when customers can’t maintain the appropriate 6 FEET for social distancing. To continue to service our customers, we are still only allowing 15 CUSTOMERS in the store at a time.
STARTING TUESDAY, APRIL 7 – MCX PARTIAL CLOSURE
In order to preserve the health and well-being of our patrons and staff, the Henderson Hall Marine Corps Exchange will remain open for essential retail purchases only, beginning Tuesday, 7 April. Essential purchases are those items located on the first floor. The second and third floors will be closed until further notice. All customers will need to enter the store via the back entrance by the Capital Deli.
STARTING MONDAY, MARCH 23 – NEW MCX HOURS OF OPERATION:
Monday – Sunday: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
CARD ONLY PAYMENTS:
In an effort to continue to service our customers during this uncertain time, MCX will be switching to cashless service. CARD ONLY payments will be accepted at all registers.
In an effort to continue to service our customers during this uncertain time, trying on Shoes will not be allowed at this time.
NAMETAPES ARE BACK!
We are doing Special Orders. Please, see a Sales Associate to pick up purchases
MOBILE CENTER AT MCX HENDERSON HALL
The Mobile Center, located at the Marine Corps Exchange Henderson Hall, will have new hours of operation, starting on March 29, 2020:
Monday—Friday: 10:00am — 6:00pm; Saturday/Sunday: 10:00am-5:00pm.
TAILOR SHOP CLOSURE
The Tailor Shop for Civilians will be closed March 29 – April 11. Sorry for the inconvenience this may cause.
STARTING SUNDAY, APRIL 12 – NEW MCX HOURS OF OPERATION:
Monday – Sunday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
The Mark Nason Collection
Mark Nason Shoe Collection is now at MCX Henderson Hall.
Mark Nason Los Angeles was launched in 2000 by its namesake, brand founder Mark Nason. The collection originated in Italy with an exotic offering of boots and accessories inspired by iconic rock and roll of the seventies. In recent years, popular demand for the high-end footwear has evolved into Mark Nason® Los Angeles with an expanded assortment of dress, casual and active styles for men.