OEM Donates Masks, Protective Suits to Health Care Workers

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In an effort to support local healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, towable RV manufacturer Heartland RV has donated critical supplies to Beacon Health System.

On Wednesday, March 25, Heartland RV Vice President of Operations Jeff Froschauer delivered two pallets of supplies to Beacon’s incident command center in Elkhart. The pallets included 400 face masks and 700 chemical protective suits.

“With the global pandemic causing a shortage of personal protection equipment and medical supplies for healthcare professionals, we felt it was absolutely necessary and essential to do what we can to help our community,” Heartland RV President Ryan Juday said. “This community does so much to support our industry and we wanted to do our part to put a little heart back in Elkhart.”

“Thank you so much for the two pallets of masks and gowns,” Elkhart General Hospital Vice President of Operations Cindie McPhie said. “Thanks for being there for us, and our community. We won’t forget this.”

The Elkhart-based RV manufacturer said it will continue to support the local healthcare community during this critical time.

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