June 29, 2020 at 10 am
Three months have passed since mask wearing became a thing during COVID-19. Recently, Governor Newsom mandated the state of California to wear masks in public settings. Even indoors, with the surge due to gatherings lately, we hope you consider carrying a mask in case it is needed. We like to hang ours on a lanyard or on our arms for convenience.
April 4, 2020 at 12:21 pm
While we are all physically a part during this uncertain time, we are only a blog, email and call away. We wanted to share some thoughts from our CEO, Brett Joerger, and a light weekend read, in case you haven't heard the news. For us, our employees and customers are like family, and passing this kind of information along to keep everyone informed is more than a civic duty. We hope this finds you all well.
As you may be aware of, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advised all Americans — even people who appear to be healthy (and asymptomatic) — to cover their face with a mask or a scarf when they leave home to help slow the spread of the coronavirus in the United States.
During this uncertain time, it goes without saying, but in the words of our CEO, he said, "Everyone, let's do our part. Wear masks to save the masses and let's come out of this stronger together."
Want to make your own mask? We have a step-by-step guide for sewing a personal one with common household materials.
While we have you, join us for our first-ever, 30-minute, FREE WEBINAR on how to zero out most of your electric bills and cut costs during this time. Reserve your spot for a 1:1 with our CEO, Brett Joerger and register here. Come and hangout with us online, we're not going anywhere. See you there.