WHEN news broke of the COVID-19 outbreak in Shepparton, Shane Sali, of Traffik Boutique in Fryers Street, said you always like to think how you can help.
“I spoke to my cousin Linda Sali, who is a business partner in Urban Armour Hand Sanitiser, and asked her if she could please send me some hand sanitiser,” said Shane.
And send them they did. 2,000 units arrived on the weekend via Sali Transport.
Shane said, “To be honest it didn’t surprise me, Linda still classes herself as a Shepparton girl as does Dean Grant, her business partner. For them to send over 2,000 units to give away is a typical act of generosity you would expect from them.”
Linda said, “Shane rang me on Wednesday and asked if we can help.
“Shepparton will always be home to me. Dean loved his time in Shepparton when he was the owner of the GV Hotel. We told Shane we’re sending over 2,000 bottles of hand sanitiser. It’s the least we could do.”
A mixture of hand sanitiser products will be available at Traffik Boutique, located at the corner of Maude and Fryers Streets in Shepparton.
Shane Sali said people can either visit Traffik or contact him by phone on 5821 4980 to arrange supply. Already 300 units are committed to supporting the Greater Shepparton Lighthouse Project. There is a limit of one bottle per person or two per business.