The Angell Law Firm Offers Free Hand Sanitizer to Atlanta Citizens

June 01, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - In these strange and uncertain times, it has been made apparent that sometimes it is the small things that can make all the difference in the world. This can be seen in the simple act of wearing a mask, staying six feet away from others, and frequent hand washing. These simple actions are the critical tools the world has been using to combat the onslaught of Covid-19.

However, it is not just what a person does for themselves that is keeping society going, but what they are doing for others. Many businesses, organizations, and groups have been making efforts to give back to their communities. One such group is The Angell Law firm. In a recent announcement they have promised to distribute hand sanitizer to the citizens of Atlanta.

This free gift from our personal injury lawers at The Angell Law Firm is for anyone in need of hand sanitizer. It is not specifically for their current clients. It is for everyone. There is no commitment and no strings attached. If one is interested in this free give away all they have to do is show up at the pick up site. In order to comply with social distancing recommendations, The Angell Firm is offering curbside pick up. This way participants only need to drive up to the curb and pick up their free bottle of hand sanitizer.

The event is being held at the West Hotel Valet at 3391 Peachtree Rd NE, Suite 110 Atlanta, Georgia 30326. The valet is next to the Lenox Mall. Interested participants should pull up to the hotel’s valet to receive their sanitizer. If there are any additional questions or concerns regarding this free give away, The Angell Law Firm is only a phone call away at (770) 336-7752.

Currently, there is no end date for this give away. The Angell Law Firm will continue to give away free bottles of hand sanitizer as long as supplies last. If interested, it is recommended that one take advantage of this special offer sooner rather than later. The distributions occur daily from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Frequent hand washing is an imperative step in staying healthy in the midst of this global pandemic. It is recommended that one wash their hands with soap and water for twenty seconds in order to achieve the optimum affects. However, one may not always have access to a sink. This is especially true now that more and more businesses are returning to work. It is in situations like this that hand sanitizer is an excellent tool for those who are on the go and wish to remain healthy.

This imperative step combined with social distancing and the use of protective masks will go a long way in the ongoing fight against the corona virus.

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For more information about The Angell Law Firm - Atlanta, contact the company here:

The Angell Law Firm - Atlanta
Bryce Angell
(770) 336-7752
info@georgiainjurylawyer.com/
3391 Peachtree Rd NE UNIT 110, Atlanta, GA 30326

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