City To Make Sanitizer Product Available To Local Small Businesses

Wednesday May 20th, 2020

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The City of Windsor is making a quantity of hand sanitizer available to local small businesses.

For the past several months, the City of Windsor has been coordinating the distribution of locally produced hand sanitizer made available by Hiram Walker & Sons, as well as BASF to regional hospitals; first responders; long term care and retirement homes; shelters and essential workers.

While supplies last and to assist local small businesses in their re-start efforts, the City of Windsor will provide free hand sanitizer to local entrepreneurs through a no-contact drive-thru at the WFCU Centre on Friday, May 22nd, 2020 from 9am to 2pm.

Drivers are asked to enter through the intersection of McHugh Street and Mickey Renaud Way and then follow the signage to the depot tents.

Product on offer is produced to World Health Organization standards and will be made available in 375-millilitre bottles and 1-litre bottles supplied by Highbury Canco in Leamington, up to a maximum of 8 litres per business.

Depending on turnout, the City of Windsor has enough product available to distribute to at least 500 businesses this week.

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