Free ‘safe start’ supply kits for local businesses July 14

Small businesses can get free cloth masks, disposable masks and hand sanitizer

The Bothell-Kenmore Chamber of Commerce is working to get protective equipment to local small businesses, with free ‘safe start kits’ from King County.

Chambers and business organizations across the region have come together in partnership with King County to help keep businesses keep employees healthy and safe. The chamber posted to it’s social media that the kids include cloth face coverings, disposable masks and hand sanitizer.

Companies with less than 20 employees can receive 50 cloth masks, 150 disposable masks and four bottles of hand sanitizer. Companies with 20 or more can get 100 cloth masks, 300 disposable masks and eight bottles of hand sanitizer.

Bothell and Kenmore businesses have two ways to get kits: contact-less pickup on July 14, or have your kit shipped.

In person pick-up is July 14 at Bothell Furniture, 18811 Bothell Way NE. Reserve your pick-up time slot here.

Online shipping costs $20, will not include hand sanitizer, and can only be shipped to King County business addresses.

For additional information, visit SafeStartKingCounty.com.




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