Installation Roundup, December through January!

Posted by : Jess Campbell   /  

Out and about, looking for a good place to wash your hands? Check out our newest commercial customers from December & January!

 

Franklin Park Conservatory

A perfect match of values, we are excited to announce our partnership with Franklin Park Conservatory! Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is a beloved botanical landmark and cultural attraction featuring exceptional plant collections and gardens, art- and nature-based exhibitions, and a broad array of educational opportunities. Starting with foaming hand soaps in their main building and event spaces, our soaps will soon be installed throughout all their buildings and facilities. 

 

Stauf’s Coffee Roasters and Cup O’ Joe

You may have already used our soap in Stauf’s Grandivew location, where we’ve been installed in their restrooms and behind the coffee bar for almost a year. You will now be able to find us at all of their locations: Stauf's in German Village, Cup O’ Joe in Clintonville, Lennox Center and at the MoJo Lounge Downtown! We’re so happy to expand our relationship with this amazing local coffee roastery. Look for a variety of our fragrances in these locations over the next few weeks as we continue our installations.

 

Fusian, back of house

Fusian, an engaging and accessible sushi restaurant where you can customize your own personal sushi roll, has been using our soaps in the restrooms of their locations for some time. We now will also be converting all of their back-of-house dispensers, giving employees the benefit on natural soaps!

 

Breathe Yoga

Breathe Yoga, located in Granville OH, is a Yoga facility that focuses on the development of the mind/body connection. They strive to help their members find a greater sense of wellbeing - mentally, spiritually, and physically - through Yoga practices. Their space hosts a variety of classes, events, workshops and private sessions. Enjoy and know your wellbeing is protected when you use our natural soaps, now in their restrooms!

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