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Las Vegas company making hand sanitizer amid pandemic

Posted at 11:06 PM, May 16, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-17 02:06:28-04

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Nectar Bath Treats announced that they will be doing a drive-thru service at their factory headquarters for the entire Las Vegas community to be able to buy hand sanitizers without leaving the comfort of their car.

Hand sanitizers have been difficult to get at local stores which is now a basic necessity for every household.

“Sanitizers on the go drive-thru service is all about our customers in our local community. As we navigate through this health crisis, we want our Las Vegas community to know that we put them at the heart of everything we do, we want to ensure that everyone can have access to hand sanitizers to help keep themselves, their families safe and healthy. We will continue to create engaging experiences even during these trying times,” said Tom Taicher, Chief Executive Officer “Whether they’re shopping online, or through our stores once they reopen, we’re helping our customers live life their way through this convenient service.”

Just two months ago, the company had to pivot their operating structure in order to keep it running. They started manufacturing hand sanitizers which also help secure jobs for a good portion of their workforce.

“We will do whatever it takes to evolve and stay innovative in order to continue serving our customers. The power of the human connection will never go away it is within our company DNA,” added Taicher.

You can find more information and order online at NectarUSA.com.