Personal Protected Delivers Hand Washing Station to Springfield Local High School
Updated: Jul 24, 2020
On July 23, 2020, Personal Protected delivered a custom Hand Wash-N-Station to Springfield Local High School.
The station was personally delivered by the owner, Jeff Swartz, as well as his son and current Springfield student, Jared Swartz. The "home of the tigers" hand washing station features touch-less components and is perfect for any football game, track meet, and is mobile to accommodate any other school event! We want to keep communities safe, and being able to start with our local community was a pleasure to do.
Springfield Local Schools superintendent, Thomas Yazvac, came to visit the Personal Protected facility in early July in order to find new solutions that are best suited for their student's health. We are proud to say that he was happy with what he found.
Former Springfield student, Jessica Swartz, designed the graphics for the hand washing station. The graphics feature the classic tiger paw and slogan that Springfield showcases on their scoreboard as well as a previous design from a tiger tee shirt that Swartz also created for a band fundraiser back in 2018, right before she graduated. "I felt really proud to be able to help my hometown where I went to school." Swartz said.
So next time you visit a Springfield event, know that you're in good hands–just make sure you wash yours! Good luck, Tigers!