LaKota Products Supplies PPE To Hospitals and Care Facilities

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posted on May 4, 2020
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Lakota Products, sister company to TrueTimber, has spent the last two months capitalizing on its supply chain, manufacturing and sourcing capabilities to deliver much-needed PPE products to hospitals and care facilities across the United States. The company was also responsible for sourcing one million masks that Bass Pro Shops Founder, Johnny Morris, will donate to healthcare workers and first responders through the Convoy of Hope foundation.

“We responded as fast as possible to the need to help first responders and care providers in the fight against COVID-19,” said LaKota Products and TrueTimber CEO Rusty Sellars. “While we reacted quickly, this is not a temporary move or shift for our LaKota Products division. We are delivering large volumes of masks in the short term, but are making investments and resources to be a long-term supplier of American-made masks and other PPE supplies.”

LaKota products is focused on providing NIOSH approved N95 Masks, KN95 masks and Disposable Isolation Gowns, but can also respond to individual requests for other PPE products and specific needs. For more information, please visit lakotaproducts.com/ppe, or contact [email protected].

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