In these trying times, many businesses and organizations have found ways to step up and try to make a difference however they can. Whether it’s offering ways to help workers on the front lines, providing much-needed materials or offering funds, everyone is taking the time to do what’s necessary. But what about getting ready for when society opens back up? Although many non-essential businesses are closed for the foreseeable future, there are still precautions that can be taken to ensure that working environments are safe for when open signs are turned back on.
According to a release, to help jumpstart this sanitary ideology, Dan Nestor and Mike Quinn — franchisee owners of Philadelphia’s two SoBol locations — have decided to use their company’s mobile disinfection services to help the local restaurant industry while they deal with the recent coronavirus shutdown and outbreak. Whether it’s for restaurants who have employees coming in every day to provide meals for take-out/delivery, or establishments anxiously awaiting opening again, this service is vital to all.
“We want to help the community get back on its feet any way we can,” said Nestor in the release. “Businesses need cleaning services more than ever right now, and since so many restaurant workers are putting their own health on the line to make sure people are provided with meals, we wanted to do something to help give back to those businesses who may need our help.”
The crews from NEXClean—Nestor and Quinn’s specialty cleaning solutions company based in West Chester and Dover—are planning to deep clean and sanitize 31 restaurants in the span of 31 days throughout the month of May. The specialty crews perform a wide array of services utilizing environmentally-friendly technologies that have the power to deep clean and kill harmful bacteria.
What will the deep cleans cost eatery owners? Nothing, and all you have to do to sign up your establishment is to visit nex-clean.com/31restaurants. Businesses will be served on a first-come, first-serve basis.
If you aren’t able to sign up for one of the 31 slots however, there are still ways that your establishment can reap some much-needed benefits from NEXClean.
According to the release, while the signup sheet is on a first-come, first-serve basis, Nestor and Quinn stressed their desire to also help additional establishments who have been taking care of and feeding people in need—restaurant industry workers currently out of work, healthcare workers, first responders and those on the front lines. The cleaning service will be offering discounted pricing on their services to any business that donates food to any local hospital, first responders or police stations.
“We’re here for everybody, but we so badly want to help any restaurant who is taking the time to feed hungry community members, nurses, doctors, police officers and anyone putting their lives on the risk each and every day,” added Quinn in the release.
To learn more information about NEXClean, visit nex-clean.com