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By Andi Bourne

Filling a need for those on the front lines


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United States of Hope president and founder Sam Redfern (left) and founder of Joint Operation Mariposa David Williams (right) and Owners of Steel Toe Distillery Christina and Carl Bock pose with a jug of hand sanitizer. Huls Dairy and Darigold donated 200 jugs for the sanitizer.

POTOMAC – When the Federal Drug Administration started allowing distilleries to produce hand sanitizer, owners of Steel Toe Distillery Christina and Carl Bock decided that was not something they wanted to add to their product line. However when Joint Operation Mariposa, a non-profit Veterans Advocacy and Outreach Program out of Plains, Mont., called out of the blue, they reconsidered.

"They were having a really hard time finding any hand sanitizer to distribute to first responders, veterans and nurses, EMTs and law enforcement," said Christina. "This is a small part that we can do. We are...

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