Medline Industries donates 15,000 mini hand sanitizers to the city of Temecula for distribution

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Daniel Fairfield, Director of Operations for Medline’s Temecula Distribution Center, poses for a photo with Temecula Mayor Maryann Edwards following his company’s donation of 15,000 mini hand sanitizers to the city. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Thanks to the generosity of Medline Industries, the city of Temecula received 15,000 mini hand sanitizers, which will be redistributed to the community via local businesses and organizations. Businesses located within the city of Temecula are eligible to receive up to 96 free mini hand sanitizers to give to their employees, visitors and customers, free of charge, in an effort to continue to reopen the local economy safely. Temecula Mayor Maryann Edwards, who was present to receive the shipment from Daniel Fairfield, Director of Operations for Medline’s Temecula Distribution Center, said, “Medline Industries is a valued, longtime business in Temecula and the city is grateful for their care and kindness within our community over the years, including this wonderful donation.” Edwa
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