We are proud of how Elk Grove companies have adapted as the world, our nation and our state navigate the threat of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
It has been a true community effort. Our business residents have been collaborative and creative while showing quick thinking and resourcefulness during this crisis.
Here’s a round-up of inspiring stories about several Elk Grove companies who have made the news in recent weeks.
The overall response from the Elk Grove Village Business Park is highlighted in this Journal & Topics article: Elk Grove Village Companies Answer Call For Medical, First Responders Protective Gear
Crafts Technology is featured in multiple outlets for their innovative approach to provide critical tooling:
KeySmart is profiled for their safe-touch solutions in the Daily Herald: Elk Grove Village company finds sudden success with 'safe touch' products
ATrend's pivot to produce PPE is profiled in several outlets:
School District 214 and Harper College are recognized in the Daily Herald for producing face shields for frontline workers: District 214, Harper College making face shields for health care workers
Moss, Inc. is featured on PRNewswire for automated production of face masks: Moss Makes PPE - And Will Soon Make 6 Million Face Masks Per Week
Bunting is featured in Powder & Bulk Solids for meeting the demand for magnets during the pandemic: Bunting-Elk Grove Village Stays Strong During Pandemic
Jarosch Bakery was profiled for delivering free baked goods to residents and hospitals:
Grecian Delight was recognized by Supermarket Perimeter for donations to The Salvation Army, Operation Blessing International and St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry: Grecian Delight donates 25,000 pounds of food
Have more good news to share? We would love to hear how your company is making an impact during the pandemic. Contact Nick Radcliffe at NRadcliffe@elkgrove.org to share your stories for inclusion in our email and social media promotions.