THE BLIND HORSE BECOMES FIRST RESTAURANT IN THE UNITED STATES TO INSTALL FAR-UVC LIGHT … | Money

Torri Donley

“The Blind Horse is exhausting all procedures, products and processes to create a safer hospitality experience and to lessen the impact of our current climate,” said Nye. “Everyone is seeking a positive way forward to inspire our struggling industry. The cost, especially for a small business, is daunting. Our customers […]

“The Blind Horse is exhausting all procedures, products and processes to create a safer hospitality experience and to lessen the impact of our current climate,” said Nye. “Everyone is seeking a positive way forward to inspire our struggling industry. The cost, especially for a small business, is daunting. Our customers and staff appreciate all the time, money and effort to create a safer environment.”

In addition to the recent installation of Healthe products, the business has added and implemented the following activations that exceed CDC guidelines:

– Additional real-time mitigation support on property with the installation of two BigAssFans Clean Air System (www.bigassfans.com).

– Shock & Shield Protection Program by Green Up Solutions (www.greenupsolutions.org) of Milwaukee, Wis., incorporating ultraviolet light treatment and antimicrobial protection 90-day treatment plan (third application set for November). 

– Nightly ozone treatment of all indoor spaces.

– Operating indoor air filters.

– Increased outdoor seating capacity on the property’s expansive outdoor landscape and adding pop-up tents (available for by reservation).

– Servers will be wearing copper woven masks providing another layer of antimicrobial protection for customers and employees.

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