Talks with President & COO Steve White About How Veteran Business Owners Use Military Training Skills to Lead During the Pandemic

PuroClean Covid-19 cleaning Barlett Fire department in Tennessee

Steve White, PuroClean COO & President, was recently featured in a CNBC news piece. The story is about how veteran business owners are using their military crisis skills during the pandemic.

Steve, a former U.S. Army infantry officer, discusses how PuroClean instituted protocols from day one to ensure business operations continue in case of an unforeseen disaster.

As soon as the crisis hit, PuroClean set up daily national coordination calls with his 60-person team conducted seven days a week. Steve said, “This allowed us to discuss the challenges we faced and share ideas on how to tackle them. It was a way for us to get ahead of the curve as things unfolded.”

Furthermore, the article mentions that many of the 300 PuroClean franchisees across the country have been sanitizing the vehicles of first responders for free.

“Supporting the local community where you live and work is really important, especially during this crisis,” White says.

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