Rev-A-Shelf donates masks

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Rev-A-Shelf has donated 1,300 masks to its local Metro Louisville EMS, fire and police precincts. Rev-A-Shelf also reached out to its employees who had loved-ones working in high contact facilities and donated masks to those businesses, including smaller doctor's offices and several local hospitals.

"I am very proud to be a part of a great organization that cares so much about our community and protecting those who are keeping us healthy and safe," said Robert Greenwell, Rev-A-Shelf/Jones Plastic Human Resources Representative. "I want to thank my great team for working the extra hours to sort, organize, and distribute these needed supplies. We look forward to continuing our community support during these trying times."

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