They say it is better to give than to receive and recently, ARMOR put those words into action as it distributed free cases of B’laster Hand Sanitizer to local community organizations and businesses as they worked to re-open, or remain open, in response to COVID-19.
ARMOR partnered with B’laster to lend a hand in distributing its hand sanitizer, which included the opportunity to donate cases of it to businesses in the Howell, Michigan-area where the ARMOR International headquarters are located. Donations have also been made to local police, fire departments, nursing home staff and to other front-line workers in the surrounding community.
“Our partnership with the B’laster Corporation to distribute its hand sanitizer is one way that we hope to make the job of maintaining a clean, germ-free worksite a little easier for our community’s local businesses,” said David Yancho, Vice President of ARMOR Sales and Marketing. “We at ARMOR are proudly Michigan Made and we are committed to helping the local economy by supporting businesses in their efforts to reopen, rebound and triumph.”
The B’laster Corporation began manufacturing its FDA-approved hand sanitizer to assist in the shortage that developed at the onset of COVID-19’s onset. It is a non-aerosol alcohol antiseptic that reduces bacteria that may cause illness packaged in individual 8.5 ounce bottles.