Detroit Bus Company shifts gears to help people during coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis

Company making hand sanitizer

Usually, the Detroit Bus Company takes people on bar crawls and historic tours, but now, the company is shifting gears to help fight the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Usually, the Detroit Bus Company takes people on bar crawls and historic tours, but now, the company is shifting gears to help fight the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

DETROIT – Usually, the Detroit Bus Company takes people on bar crawls and historic tours, but now, the company is shifting gears to help fight the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

The tour bus company is now making hand sanitizer. The internet is flooded with do-it-yourself hand sanitizer recipes, but the Detroit Bus Company said this is the real deal.

For now, making hand sanitizer is a full-time job, seven days a week.

Andy Didorosi, the owner of the Detroit BUs Company, said his plan is for this to be a temporary project.

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