Earlier this week, ChicoBag and To-Go Ware President Andy Keller was featured in an interview with KRCR News Channel 7 about the launch of the company’s new reusable face masks. KRCR is an affiliate of the nationwide ABC Network, a part of Disney Media Networks, and covers news and stories across a variety of counties in Northern California.
In the interview, Keller explained how a reusable option like the ChicoBag co-branded facemask can help employers and businesses keep both their people andthe planet safe.
The face masks are a timely representation of ChicoBag and To-Go Ware’s unwavering focus on preserving the planet with sustainable alternatives to single-use products. Already, disposable paper masks have begun tolitter streets and waterways, putting the earth even more at risk during an already-dire pandemic.
“If they’re able to provide masks to the people that are coming in or to their employees, I think we’d do a really good job at keeping the country open,” Keller said.
Currently, there are two styles available for bulk purchase: a two-layer version designed for the general public, and a four-layer option with a filter pocket for frontline and essential workers. Companies can add their own logos and designs for additional branding.
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