Maxxsonics USA Donates More Than 25,000 Masks and Gloves

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Audio products manufacturer Maxxsonics USA said in a statement it is supporting hospitals and businesses by donating more than 25,000 masks and gloves across the Midwest.

“Maxxsonics USA is committed to helping medical staffs, hospitals, first responders and various people any way we possibly can,” president and CEO Alden Steifel said in the statement. “We are excited to see other companies in the 12-volt industry join the efforts to help those in need.”

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