Randy Fine Announces Distribution of 1,100 Gallons of Free Hand and Surface Sanitizer on June 2

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The event will take place at Randy Fine's office at 2539 Palm Bay Road NE

I am excited to announce that on June 2 at 10 a.m., my office will be partnering with local, Brevard-based company Environmental Manufacturing Solutions to distribute 1,100 gallons of free hand and surface sanitizer to anyone who needs it! (Randy Fine image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA –  I am excited to announce that on June 2 at 10 a.m., my office will be partnering with local, Brevard-based company Environmental Manufacturing Solutions to distribute 1,100 gallons of free hand and surface sanitizer to anyone who needs it!

If you’ve been to the stores lately – and who hasn’t – it’s hard to find certain products, including various kinds of sanitizers. We are all much more aware of the need to keep things clean these days.

Building on our extraordinarily successful Farm Share Free Food Distributions and Free COVID-19 Antibody OneBlood Blood Drives, I could not be more excited to partner with John MacDonald, one of my constituents from Grant, who has been manufacturing chemicals for 20 years.

One of the products John’s company manufactures is an FDA-registered hand sanitizer called Purgo AF. They also manufacture Purgo, which is used to treat surfaces such as countertops, tables, doors, etc.

Normally, they only sell wholesale, but in this time of acute need, John wanted to work with me to donate 550 gallons of each product, that he would normally sell wholesale for $20,000. The retail value would be far greater.

We will be running a drive-through event where John will bring his staff, that will be wearing gloves and masks, and stationed at the fill station.

Residents can bring any size container up to 1 gallon and his employees will fill it and provide product information and a label to each car. Residents can have up to 1 gallon of each product.

The event will take place at my office at 2539 Palm Bay Road NE.

A few simple rules that John is asking folks to follow:

■ The product can be filled into any type of plastic container.
■ New containers must be clean and free of debris and must contain a lid/cap
■ Used containers must be triple rinsed with tap water, must be clean and free of debris and must contain a lid/cap
■ The resident must be wearing a mask when they pull up and open their car window to hand over the container.

More details to be announced! Thank you so much John for this amazingly generous gift to the people of Brevard County. I am inspired by your generosity and I know many others will be as well.

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Residents can bring any size container up to 1 gallon and his employees will fill it and provide product information and a label to each car. Residents can have up to 1 gallon of each product.

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