Cleaning company sanitizes Upstate parks free of charge during outbreak

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  • March 25, 2020
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An Upstate cleaning company is pitching in to help during the COVID-19 pandemic.Precision Pro Wash is sanitizing public parks and playgrounds around the Upstate free of charge. “We, as a team, wanted to give back to the community and so this was a great way for us to get out and serve our community,” said Patrick Clark, owner of Precision Pro Wash.Clark and his employees have spent the last two weeks sanitizing public parks and playgrounds. Wednesday morning, they were out sanitizing, scrubbing and rinsing Alder Park in Simpsonville. He said that about the 20th park he and his employees sanitized free of charge during the last two weeks. He said it’s cost his company about $2,000, but that the cost didn’t matter. Alder Park, along with all other parks in Simpsonville closed to the public on Monday and will remain closed until further notice, said Justin Campbell, spokesman for the city of Simpsonville. But Campbell said the city is appreciative of Clark and his employees for the service. It didn’t take long for Clark’s staff to get on board with the plan. “I have a kid on my own and wherever she is or whoever she goes which park, wherever, she goes, I hope they would want to keep it clean as well, not just for the park’s purposes but for everybody else that comes around,” said Miguel Maya, operations managers of Precision Pro Wash. Clark said his company will continue to clean parks for free as needed during the pandemic. He said he’s also open to cleaning shopping carts free of charge.

An Upstate cleaning company is pitching in to help during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Precision Pro Wash is sanitizing public parks and playgrounds around the Upstate free of charge.

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“We, as a team, wanted to give back to the community and so this was a great way for us to get out and serve our community,” said Patrick Clark, owner of Precision Pro Wash.

Clark and his employees have spent the last two weeks sanitizing public parks and playgrounds. Wednesday morning, they were out sanitizing, scrubbing and rinsing Alder Park in Simpsonville.

He said that about the 20th park he and his employees sanitized free of charge during the last two weeks. He said it’s cost his company about $2,000, but that the cost didn’t matter.

Alder Park, along with all other parks in Simpsonville closed to the public on Monday and will remain closed until further notice, said Justin Campbell, spokesman for the city of Simpsonville. But Campbell said the city is appreciative of Clark and his employees for the service.

It didn’t take long for Clark’s staff to get on board with the plan.

“I have a kid on my own and wherever she is or whoever she goes which park, wherever, she goes, I hope they would want to keep it clean as well, not just for the park’s purposes but for everybody else that comes around,” said Miguel Maya, operations managers of Precision Pro Wash.

Clark said his company will continue to clean parks for free as needed during the pandemic. He said he’s also open to cleaning shopping carts free of charge.

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