To help address COVID-19, local Anheuser-Busch wholesaler, Tri-Eagle Sales, has partnered with Volunteer Florida to deliver over 2,000 bottles of Anheuser-Busch emergency hand sanitizer to the Florida Department of Emergency Management to assist frontline workers.
Anheuser-Busch hand sanitizer is being made in their flagship breweries in Los Angeles, CA, and Baldwinsville, NY. To date, Anheuser-Busch and its partnering wholesalers have provided more than 340,000 bottles of hand sanitizer to 17 states and Washington DC in support of emergency management agencies, food banks, healthcare systems and American Red Cross relief efforts.
“Tri-Eagle Sales is focused on the health and safety of our employees and serving our communities. We can’t solve this problem on our own, but we can play an important role. By providing Anheuser-Busch emergency hand sanitizer in our area, we offer additional resources to the local government officials, organizations, and those who are on the frontlines in our community in need,” says Brittany Foster, Marketing Director for Tri-Eagle Sales.
In the past, the Anheuser-Busch emergency relief program has focused on providing emergency water cans when disasters occur. For instance, Tri-Eagle Sales has distributed Anheuser-Busch emergency water cans when our area has been struck with hurricane disasters, and they now have the resources to provide emergency hand sanitizer to our local frontline workers.
The Florida Department of Emergency Management is the state’s liaison with federal and local agencies on emergencies of all natural or man-made disasters, including the recent COVID-19 outbreak.
To learn more about Tri-Eagle Sales community efforts visit www.trieaglesales.com.