“Mayor proclaims Hand Sanitizer Day in Bloomington – March 14 – The Bloomingtonian

Photo courtesy of Cardinal Spirits

The following press release was sent to the Bloomingtonian this week:

“THE CITY OF BLOOMINGTON PROCLAIMS HAND SANITIZER DAY,
RECOGNIZING THE EFFORTS OF CARDINAL SPIRITS
Media contacts:
Cardinal Spirits – Erica Sagon, [email protected]480-695-7224
City of Bloomington – Andrew Krebbs, [email protected]812-349-3406
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Bloomington, Ind. – The City of Bloomington and its Mayor John Hamilton proclaimed
March 14 is Hand Sanitizer Day, honoring the day the Cardinal Spirits Craft Distillery began
produce and distribute hand sanitizer in the context of a national shortage in 2020.

Cardinal Spirits, the craft distillery founded in 2015 in Bloomington, Ind., is known for producing
award-winning canned spirits and cocktails, but it has temporarily moved all of its production to
hand sanitizer at the start of the pandemic. The distillery donated much of its hand sanitizer to
first responders and emergency organizations, and gave free hand sanitizer to
individuals in the everyday community as well.

To show appreciation for the City of Bloomington proclamation, Cardinal Spirits will celebrate
Hand Sanitizer Day by once again offering unlimited amounts of its hand sanitizer to
community: free gallons for individuals and free bulk orders (over 10 gallons) for organizations,
businesses and groups, March 14-31, 2022. Hand sanitizer must be picked up at Cardinal
Spirits, 922 S. Morton St. in Bloomington. Shipping is not available.

Pre-orders for individual gallons and bulk orders can be made at cardinalspirits.com
from March 13.

ABOUT THE CARDINAL SPIRITS
Cardinal Spirits is the Bloomington, Indiana craft distillery that makes delicious, award-winning products
canned spirits and refreshing cocktails. Our products are available in 12 states and Washington,
The DC Men’s Journal named our Bloomington Tasting Room one of the 19 Best Undiscovered
cocktail bars in America, and our products have been covered by the New York Times,
Bloomberg, Forbes, Bon Appetit, The Wall Street Journal, etc.

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