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Lake Effect Medical Safety Masks and Safety Pak Kits

As businesses prepare to reopen their workplaces, Chicago-based device manufacturer, Lake Effect Medical has a simple way to get employees a special safety kit of safe and comfortable masks and hand sanitizer to prepare them before venturing out and heading back to work.  

The Lake Effect Venture Safety Pak contains two Microbe Safety Masks™, specially treated with MicrobeCare™, an antimicrobial agent that provides a 99.9% reduction in surface contamination. The adjustable, reusable, and washable masks are designed to make employees feel safe and confident about returning to work. The pak, which can be shipped directly to each employee before returning to work, also includes a 2-oz bottle of hand sanitizer and as a bonus included in each box, a customized ‘welcome back’ note written by your company’s CEO. 

The company is also shipping in bulk cases of 50, the Microbe Safety Mask™, which is also a reusable face mask that provides a 99.9% reduction of surface contamination. The adjustable and washable mask is a convenient and cost-effective solution for larger businesses.

To see more about the masks' ease of use and comfort, please watch this VIDEO.

An FDA-approved-formula hand sanitizer will also be rolled out this month. 

Nathan Gray, Co-Founder, and CEO of Lake Effect and Graymont Medical says, “Like all business owners, I want my employees to know I’m taking steps to protect them. These masks are not only a way to show your employees that you care but also to arm them with tools to protect themselves.”

To show their support and commitment to the nation’s health care heroes, Lake Effect Medical is donating $1 from every product sold to Frontline Heroes, a nonprofit that donates 100% of its profits to make sure healthcare professionals have access to vital, lifesaving PPE. To date, Lake Effect has donated more than $50,000 to the organization. 



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