Local Company Shifts Production to Make Masks for Their Community

Billy Joe of PFI Fashions Inc.


By now, we are all aware there is a PPE shortage for many of the workers who need protective equipment the most. One of the most talked-about items are masks.

We are also hearing how many companies are experiencing an extreme decline in business. A local company, PFI Fashions Inc., took what could be a negative situation and used their open capacity to make a very positive impact on their local community. 

Jodie and Billy Joe Todd, owners of PFI, took it upon themselves to begin manufacturing masks for those in need. Located in Genoa City, WI the full-service company specializes in screen printing, promotional products, and embroidery.

Within the course of a week, they have completely shifted their production focus to making washable, cotton face masks. They have been generously donating them to Aurora Hospital, local EMTs, and the other essential workers who need them the most.

Because of their hard work, we were able to purchase masks to keep our employees safer at Stellana. We wanted to extend our most sincere thanks to this company for supporting others in a difficult time!

Learn more about PFI Fashions Inc.

Comments

  1. This is a good thing to do during a pandemic. Many citizens are in need of medical masks. I know many off-road suv for rent companies that helped governments financially and sponsored the production of masks.

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  2. This is a very noble act, I know that many companies where they can take with a minimum age to rent a car on a trip also help during a pandemic. A lot of people give their SUVs for use for people who need it.

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