MiracleCorp Begins Producing Hand Sanitizer During COVID-19 Pandemic
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MiracleCorp, a premium pet product company in Dayton, Ohio, has partnered with two local companies, Buckeye Vodka and Dayton Freight, to produce hand sanitizer during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We feel so fortunate to be in a position to help fill the supply gap during this pandemic,” said Bill Sherk, president of MiracleCorp. “We wanted to find a way to support the hardworking people who are helping all of us get through this crisis. By collaborating with our friends at Buckeye Vodka and Dayton Freight, we are reinforcing how we are all truly in this together.”
Thousands of bottles will be donated to local hospitals, food banks and first responders across the state, including the Cleveland Clinic, West Carrollton Police Department and Homefull, officials said in a statement. Collectively, the three companies have donated more than $100,000 of retail value in the production and delivery of the hand sanitizer.
MiracleCorp produced and bottled the sanitizer to the specifications of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 3.5- and 16-ounce spray bottles, officials said. Dayton Freight will transport the sanitizer with donated resources by Buckeye Vodka, officials added.