Boston Chauffeur’s COVID-19 Community Involvement

By Carol Sanger

During these unprecedented times, Boston Chauffeur has been committed to maintaining the safety of our clients while working to help our community and those affected by COVID-19.

Since the start of the pandemic, we have assured all drivers wear masks and gloves and every vehicle is cleaned and sanitized before and after each ride. Our Sprinter Van has been equipped with a plexiglass shield for an additional level of protection. Customers can also consider using masks and isolation gowns that are disposable for additional safety.

We expanded our services and started BC Concierge which includes Meal and Grocery Delivery, Medication Pick Up & Special Errands. Additionally, $10 from every order is donated to the Greater Boston Food Bank.

To help ensure we are doing our part and giving back to the community we have donated our time, vehicles, and drivers to help Everett Grace Food Pantry since April. Additionally, our team delivered food boxes to the elderly, veterans, and families affected by COVID-19. Recently, The Everett Food Bank had extra meats and asked if we worked with any local causes; we were able to connect them with the Wakefield/Stoneham Boys & Girls Club.

This all has been a sobering experience but when your customers, employees, and community benefit from your time and business that is when you are successful.

~ Mark Kini, CEO, Boston Chauffeur

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