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When Rags of Honor and Walmart discussed this ini- tiative, Walmart contributed with direct to store delivery. They partnered with Bay Cities to design, manufacture and assemble packaging for the masks and displays and
perform the packout. The masks are made in America by Art of Sportswear (AST) and put 300 Americans to work. “There are companies who talk about veterans, and then there are companies who put their money behind it and step in. Bay Cities underwrote several million dollars for this program, just because they thought it was the right thing to do,” continued Mark Doyle. “Masks of Honor is an initiative which we were hap- py to support,” said Sahar Mehrabzadeh, Executive Vice President, Sales of Bay Cities. “This mask could potentially save several lives: your own, the people around you and a veteran. It supports and provides funds for American vet- erans and is also providing necessary work for hundreds of American workers along the supply chain. Shoppers are getting an essential PPE they can feel great about.” American Inks Formulates Hand Sanitizer To Limit Spread Of COVID-19 Portage, Michigan based American Inks & Technology LTD has announced that in addition to normal operations, it has been working diligently to formulate and qualify a hand sanitizer to aid in the fight against the spread of COVID-19. The company has converted part of its production facility specifically for the exclusive manufacture of the product.” “We would like to send one gallon of our hand sani- tizer at no cost to our valued partners,” said Brady Garri- son, Senior Account Executive at American Inks. “Due to the shortages in the supply chain, we anticipate an over- whelming demand for this product and for this reason, we will be accepting orders from customers only, through the end of June. Thank you for allowing us to be part of your essential supply chain during these challenging times.” Visit aminks.com for more information.
June 29, 2020
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