Hotel Industry Veterans Launch New Traveler Personal Protection Equipment Company

Guest Care Solutions Offers Products to Keep Hotel Guests Safe

USA, Jericho, New York. May 28, 2020

Hotel industry veterans Steve Blidner and Willie Singh today announced their new company, Guest Care Solutions, created to provide traveler-friendly personal protective equipment (PPE) for hotel operators.

"The world has changed quickly, and we wanted to help our industry meet new challenges in a way that put guests first," said Steve Blidner, co-founder and senior managing director of Guest Care Solutions.

"Because Steve and I have been in the hotel business as owners, operators, and partners for more than 75 years combined, we felt uniquely able to supply hotels with attractively packaged, FDA- and CDC-approved PPE that would not only appeal to guests but also be easy to incorporate into a hotel's day-to-day operations without costing a fortune," said Willie Singh, co-founder and managing director.

Guest Care Solutions has two offerings for hotels: Personal Protection Packs for guests, which each include one face mask, an individual pack of hand sanitizer, and an antiseptic wipe; and bulk disposable face masks for hotel staff. The company is adding more products soon.

The Personal Protection Packs are the same as those used by major airlines and meet CDC recommendations for ethanol alcohol content. They are assembled and shipped in the USA to ensure the highest quality standards.

"We know that hotels are facing challenges they have never confronted before, and we can make this part a little easier," said Blidner. "In my career, I have always listened to what hoteliers tell me they want and need, and this is no different. We will be here for our hotel partners through this pandemic and anything else that comes our way."

For more information or to place an order, visit http://www.guestcaresolutions.com.


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Tags: new product and services, covid-19, hotel guest safety, personal protection packs, personal protection equipment

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