Colorado’s Crocs Company is Donating Thousands of Shoes to Healthcare Workers
Here's another Colorado company doing what they can to help in the COVID-19 outbreak, who knows how many essential workers will benefit from their efforts?
This Niwot-based company started out in 2002, quickly selling out of their first 200 pairs of what they called 'boat shoes.'
Now, according to CNN, Crocs will be donating 10,000 pairs of shoes a day until supplies run out. They'll be sending them to hospitals and other health facilities, and health care workers can also sign up for a free pair at their site HERE.
Crocs are popular among health care workers because they're comfortable and easy to clean.
The Crocs site states:
Get a free pair of shoes on us to help you a little while you help us a lot.