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Cheetah Electric Promotes Customer Safety Initiative

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Moscow, Idaho, Monday, July 13, 2020 — Since the initial outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States, Cheetah Electric’s technicians have been wearing masks, gloves, shoe covers, and safety glasses to protect public health. They also clean and sanitize installed products and work surfaces.

With a goal to slow the spread and eliminate the probability of transmission from one household to another, Cheetah Electric has taken the following initiatives:

  • Where possible, office employees are working from home.
  • Employee temperatures are monitored daily.
  • Customers are being asked screening questions to determine safety factors.
  • Every Cheetah Electric vehicle has a UVC light onboard so that technicians can sanitize all equipment used and installed.
  • Customers rest easy knowing that Cheetah Electric technicians will arrive at their doors already attired in personal protective equipment to keep them safe.
  • Social distancing is practiced.

As a demonstration of commitment to public health and the community, even the Cheetah mascot is now wearing a protective face mask. Special thanks are owed to the sewing craftiness of Carol Kampenhout, of the Mighty Masketeers, the protective face mask arm of the Palouse/Inland Northwest OSCMS (Open Source COVID19 Medical Supplies) Group. This organization has been working with local citizens to provide free face masks to medical professionals and others in need.

To request a visit from the Cheetah Electric Mascot or for additional information regarding Cheetah Electric’s commitment to protect public health, please visit or call Cheetah Electric at (208) 883-1099.

To learn more about the Mighty Masketeers, visit their Facebook page at:

To make donations to the Mighty Masketeers, please visit their GoFundMe page at:

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