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Newly Opened Bobcat of Tallahasee Donates to Feed Needy Families

May 19, 2020
Leppo Rents Bobcat of Tallahassee, which just opened in March of this year, gave support to its new community by donating $5,000 to Second Harvest of the Big Bend to help provide food for those in need in Leon County and surrounding areas.

Leppo Rents Bobcat of Tallahassee, which just opened in March of this year, gave support to its new community by donating $5,000 to Second Harvest of the Big Bend to help provide food for those in need in Leon County and surrounding areas, WTXL, the ABC television affiliate in the north Florida city reported. The station reported that opening a new business even in the best of times is challenging and how much more so during a pandemic.

Branch manager Jason Rentz told WTXL the staff at the branch is taking all precautions recommended by the CDC and is constantly wiping down and sanitizing the doors and counters and the equipment “to protect our employees and our customers.” The staff of the branch wears face masks at all times. The store has already hired some local people, another way of supporting the local community.

Rentz said the safety and cleanliness precautions are “the new normal” and he anticipated the branch will continue to follow the procedures even after the pandemic is over and things return to relative normalcy. “This is the new normal,” Rentz told WTXL.

To take a look at the TV clip, click on: https://www.wtxl.com/open/were-open-tallahassee-tallahassee-equipment-rental-company-donates-5k-to-fight-hunger-in-big-bend