NOTL Business Owners Selling Masks For Community Impact
Domenic and Patrizia Trapasso, co-founders of NOTL’s Locomotive Marketing Inc., are helping Niagara residents stay safe and giving back to the community. As Niagara begins to reopen businesses and masks are being made mandatory in most municipalities, the NOTL business owners are offering high quality, reusable masks with the proceeds being donated to support the 2020 United Way Campaign.
About the Product:
These aren’t just any masks; the Silver Ion Fabric Mask is regarded as the highest quality reusable mask on the market. Made with silver ion technology, it is known to eliminate 99.9% of bacteria, are breathable, durable and comfortable. Silver is a well-documented antimicrobial that has been shown to kill bacteria, fungi and certain viruses. The masks are made with Sanitized® headlines. The Sanitized® hygiene function helps to reduce the growth and spread of microorganisms that are particularly problematic such as clostridia and antibiotic-resistant bacteria such as MRSA, VRE and NDM-1.material protection.
This is an opportunity for the Trapasso family to give back to the community.
The Trapasso family has been strong supporters of United Way Niagara for a number of years. In addition to their personal support, Domenic and Patrizia have pulled together their business network to source and sponsor United Way’s Backpacks for Kids program donating thousands of calculators to the program to help give kids the tools they need to succeed in school.
Recently, Domenic and Patrizia sponsored over 400 care packages for the United Way After School Matters participants. The care packages include kid friendly snacks as well as educational activities to help keep kids engaged in learning while programs are closed due to COVID-19.
“We believe in United Way and the many organizations it supports. Now, more than ever, it is important that we help any way we can. We want our communities to stand strong and that everyone receives the support and aid they need.” - Domenic and Patrizia Trapasso.
“We are just so grateful for all the support we have received from Domenic and Patrizia over the years. They are incredibly generous and always look for ways to engage their two young children in their philanthropic efforts” says Frances Hallworth, Executive Director, United Way Niagara.
The masks are $10 each or 2 for $15 and will be available for sale by cash (exact change only) or credit card at the following locations:
Saturday, July 25 - 7:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Niagara Falls Farmers Market
MacBain Community Centre
7150 Montrose Rd., Niagara Falls