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Pueblo vapor shop becoming innovative due to COVID-19

Posted at 7:00 PM, May 11, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-11 21:04:33-04

PUEBLO — A Pueblo vapor shop is becoming innovative during the COVID-19 pandemic and it is helping them stay afloat, while also helping out others in their own backyard.

Vapor Source began making hand sanitizer after its own staff members were needing some.

Since then, the store has launched their own line of hand sanitizer and have been selling it along side their vape products.

In addition, they have also donated cases of their home made sanitzer to the Pueblo Fire Department and other first responders in need.

"It keeps our staff busy and keeps everybody employed, you know so that is a win win situation," explained Jason Casados, the owner and president of Vapoer Source, INC. "And then for our community, it just goes back to doing our part and I think that everybody should be doing their part and one of those is just keeping your hands clean."

Vapor Source has been able to keep 97% of their staff employed so far.

The public can buy two ounces for $4 through the online store or at their shops that are open.

However, there are strict guidelines on the number of people allowed in the shop at one time due to social distancing.