Sterling Bay, through the work of its philanthropic initiative, SB Cares, has partnered with local spirits producer, Sneaky Fox, to manufacture and donate 150 gallons of much-needed hand sanitizer to Chicago’s first responders.
“Sterling Bay is proud to do its part in protecting the health of those who have risked their lives for our city in this pandemic,” said Andy Gloor, CEO of Sterling Bay. “With the help of Sneaky Fox, we’ve produced and donated a critical asset to aid in Chicago Police and Fire Department’s fight against the spread of COVID-19.”
Sneaky Fox, which produces its spirits at a facility in Mundelein, Illinois, recognized the urgent need for additional sanitizer in Chicago and immediately contacted a local distiller to shift the site’s focus from formulating vodka to formulating and producing Sneaky Clean, a topical 80-percent alcohol antiseptic. Sterling Bay purchased thirty cases of the product which were delivered to more than 120 police and fire stations across the entire city of Chicago.
Mike Magee, founder of Sneaky Fox Spirits and retired Major Leagues Soccer MVP who played for the Chicago Fire, said, “During these unprecedented times, we all have to come together and find creative ways to contribute to the safety of the community. Sneaky Fox is honored to team up with Sterling Bay to show our support of local first responders through the donation of our locally made hand sanitizer.”
In just three weeks, Sneaky Fox has produced and shipped nearly 40,000 gallons of Sneaky Clean, with anadditio nal 200,000 gallons currently on order from customers across 40 states.