This week Dan Ashman and DJ Ashman from AM Ford delivered face shields to a number of frontline workers across the Kootenay Boundary.
With no vaccine to the novel coronavirus in sight, medical supplies like face shields will be in high demand in the foreseeable future.
That’s why AM Ford is continuing to pursue getting more masks from Ford of Canada to donate, and personally deliver, to medical personnel and first responders in leading positions of healthcare throughout the region.
“Ford of Canada and Ford dealers have a long history of supporting communities across Canada in times of need,” says Dean Stoneley, president and CEO, Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd.
“By repurposing our production facilities in Windsor to meet the urgent demand for face shields, we can help protect the lives of our heroic healthcare professionals and first responders as they continue to treat the most vulnerable among us.”
After starting production of these critical medical supplies in early April, Ford of Canada began shipping them across the country several weeks ago.