This statement came from their corporate offices last week.

According to the story, they have already increased the minimum wage in their stores to $12.00 last year and Melissa Kremer their chief of human resources also said, this June they are  bumping minimum wage employees to $13 an hour with a goal of $15 per hour by 2020.

Their reasons as stated in the release were:

Our teams give guests their very best every day, so taking care of them and their families is a top priority.