Hamilton Hospitality is Offering Free Sanitizer Solution to the Public

March 31, 2020

In an effort to help those around them, Hamilton Hospitality has decided to give away their excess supply of sanitation chemicals to the public during this challenging time.  They will temporarily close all their locations and will offer free sanitizer solution to anyone who wants it. The solution being provided is being mixed to the current CDC standard to sanitize surfaces as related to the COVID-19 outbreak.  It is a 1000 parts per million chlorinated solution.

They ask that everyone brings their own container and is limiting the amount given to each individual to 32 ounces.  “We realized we had all the ingredients necessary to make 1000’s of gallons of sanitizer and it wasn’t doing anyone any good sitting on a shelf,” said Paul Hamilton, Founder and President of the Restaurant Group.  “We are a strong company that is prepared to weather this storm and we want to do as much as we can to help those around us get through this difficult time” he added.

The sanitizer will be handed out between 12pm and 3pm each day in the parking lot of PW Pizza and Vin de Set located at 2017 Chouteau Ave, St. Louis, MO 63103.  It is free to anyone who wants it, and any money collected will be given to their hourly staff who have been temporarily laid off during the shutdown.

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