Stinger Chemical donates 1,000 bottles of hand sanitizers to Houston Fire Department

Stinger Chemical donates 1,000 bottles of hand sanitizers to Houston Fire DepartmentHouston Fire Department Chief Sam Pena and many of his team members stopped by Stringer Chemical headquarters on Friday, May 1 to pick up the 1,000 bottles of hand sanitizer donated for first responders, firefighters, and paramedics. less Houston Fire Department Chief Sam Pena and many of his team members stopped by Stringer Chemical headquarters on Friday, May 1 to pick up the 1,000 bottles of hand sanitizer donated for first responders, ... more Photo: Courtesy Of Stinger Chemical Photo: Courtesy Of Stinger Chemical Image 1 of / 9 Caption Close Stinger Chemical donates 1,000 bottles of hand sanitizers to Houston Fire Department 1 / 9 Back to GalleryStinger Chemical Corporation donated hand sanitizers to the Houston Fire Department as they switched gears to produce a line of sanitizing products. ON HOUSTONCHRONICLE.COM: Houstons businesses tentatively reopen as stay-at-home order expiresOn Friday May 1, they showcased their new line of sanitizing products. We see the sacrifices that our first responders make daily, said Warren Davis, CEO of Stinger Chemical, then to hear that many of them were diagnosed with COVID 19, we felt we needed to provide some hand sanitizers to help keep them safe. Despite a shortage of raw material and great demand globally, Stinger Chemical said the company managed to produce thousands of gallons of sanitizing products in April.

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