SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Cotopaxi will be ”doing good” for Utah as the company helps manufacture 2 millions masks for the “A Mask for Every Utahn” project, Gov. Gary Herbert announced Tuesday. Through this project, more than 20 manufacturers will join forces to provide free face masks to Utahns.
These face masks will help the state adjust to what Herbert calls a “new normal” as Utah prepares to gradually reopen Friday.
Davis Smith, founder and CEO of Cotopaxi, said he started his outdoor gear company with a humanitarian mission at its core: Do Good. Part of this includes efforts to fight the spread of COVID-19, Smith told Boyd Matheson on Inside Sources Wednesday.
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