Adjustable base and sleep products supplier Reverie has donated more than 100,000 nonmedical, protective face masks to essential workers and members of the general public. Shortly after the COVID-19 pandemic began, the Bloomfield Hills, Michigan-based company enlisted the help of its cut-and-sew suppliers in the United States and Asia to make high-quality, three-ply cotton masks.
To date, Reverie has supplied masks to U.S. workers at many companies, including those in the furniture industry, and to health care facilities unable to obtain medical-grade masks, which are in short supply.
“The need for nonmedical personal protective equipment remains high and as our retailer partners return to full operations, our masks will also help the health and safety of their teams in-store and in the field,” said Martin Rawls-Meehan, Reverie president and chief executive officer. “Our commitment to helping people live better and safer lives during these times means everything to us. We are proud to help in any way that we can through this difficult crisis.”
For further information about purchasing face masks (quantities of 500 or more) and donations, check Reverie’s website, Reverie.com.