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WEBSTER, NY –Henderson Ford, 810 Ridge Road in Webster, is offering a gift of vehicle sanitization for Webster First Responders, to say ‘Thank you’ for supporting our community through COVID challenges.


During the month of May, Henderson Ford will sponsor sanitization of 24 First Responders’ vehicles, who live or work in Webster, free of charge, utilizing services from The Steam Police, LLC. An ultra-low volume fogging machine will be used to disperse a disinfectant into the passenger compartment of the vehicle. This machine uses large volumes of air at low pressure to transform the liquid disinfectant into tiny particles. 


The Steam Police Executive Vice President Anthony Galante explained, “The products that we use have been determined by the EPA to be effective on emerging pathogens, like COVID-19. This process takes the vehicle back to square one, removing surface buildup of dirt and greatly reduces the presence of virus and bacteria.”


Webster First Responders interested in receiving this gift of vehicle fogging can contact Henderson Ford employee Angelica at 353-4176 to schedule the sanitizing. Appointments will be scheduled on a dedicated day each week, during the month of May, requiring a 15-minute outside visit to Henderson Ford. Please plan to wear a mask.


During the 15-minute process, the vehicle will be fogged, then all interior touch points will be wiped; finally, another fogging will be applied. All interior parts of the vehicle will be coated with the product.


Henderson Ford President Randy Henderson shared, “We want to do as much as possible to thank our First Responders for their service to our community and their faithfulness of continuing to serve us during this pandemic health challenge. We appreciate our relationship with the Webster First Responder organizations, with whom we are connected through our joint membership in the Webster Chamber of Commerce. We very much value all they do and would like to express a small token of our appreciation.”

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