CDMA donates 45,000 pairs of gloves to 2 Detroit hospitals

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CDMA donates 45,000 pairs of gloves to 2 Detroit hospitals

By Sandra Levy - 03/30/2020

To help combat the severe shortage of protective equipment at local Detroit area hospitals, the Chain Drug Marketing Association has donated 45,000 pairs of nitrile exam gloves this week to two local hospitals, Beaumont and Henry Ford.

Each hospital system received 22,500 pairs for the healthcare workers who are on the front lines, working around the clock to battle COVID-19.

“We are thankful to have gloves on hand to donate, knowing they will help protect these heroes and the patients and communities they serve,” said Michael Boivin, CDMA president and CEO.

CDMA has been providing a wide selection of trusted, high-quality private-label products for the past 25 years to small and independent drug store chains, pharmacies, convenience stores and grocery stores throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, and, most recently, Africa.

For more information, contact CDMA's Nicholle Cormier, corporate communications and human resources, at [email protected]