Local Businesses Reevaluate and Form a Collaborative with Global Impacts
Social Distancing brought a new word to everyone's vernacular and Be Smart Stand Apart is helping define it and making a difference.
To help essential businesses and community members with social distancing requirements, three Ohio-based business members asked and answered, "what can we do?" in just seven days by putting together a non-profit, collaborative effort. The non-profit organization was formed by Dan Fronk of Dancor Solutions, Drew Catanzaro of ComDoc, and Sean Olis of Xerox. The idea for Be Smart, Stand Apart came to fruition by giving each company's products a new purpose and goal, supporting the health and safety of their communities in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mr. Fronk, CEO of Dancor Solutions stated, "Being a small business owner for 25 years, you learn to be agile and respond to your client's needs. At this moment in time, our communities are our client, and we're doing what we can by helping businesses comply with social distancing requirements while supporting those on the front lines."
The social distancing collateral available at besmartstandapart.com (http://www.besmartstandapart.com/
Be Smart, Stand Apart social distancing collateral features floor decals with the Be Smart, Stand Apart message and is adding additional collateral this week. Profits, as well as collateral from the campaign, are being donated to food banks and homeless shelters, supported by the United Way of Central Ohio (https://liveunitedcentralohio.org/
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To learn more about the Be Smart, Stand Apart campaign and our growing sponsorship list, please visit the website at besmartstandapart.com or follow #BeSmartStandApart on social media.
Dan Fronk, CEO at Dancor Solutions