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Tuesday, August 11, 2020
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Doni Krause of William K. Clothing has pivoted his business and is currently selling medical grade personal protective equipment including gloves, sanitizer, face shields and masks. Offering the same level of customer service his clients have come to know and expect, the custom suit manufacturer stocks the highest quality products at competitive prices.

According to Krause, the goal behind reimagining the business was not only to generate income, but also to help people. With PPE in high demand, it has been challenging for many to obtain the products they need on a regular basis. William K. offers clients the peace of mind that supplies are always available and delivered in a timely manner. In Bergen County, orders are delivered to your doorstep the same day.

Krause has developed a division specifically designed for the medical field, which requires a constant supply of PPE. For those on the front lines, as well as doctors and dentists who have reopened private practices, these items are crucial to continue treating patients. He is also helping schools and synagogues gear up for reopenings, making sure they have what they need to keep everyone safe.

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COVID-19 has mandated a set of rules that Krause thinks will be integrated into daily life for the foreseeable future. That includes wearing masks and sanitizing surfaces regularly. People are under enough pressure these days, he said, and added that getting hold of the supplies they need shouldn’t be another source of anxiety.

For those who are ready to get back to work, planning a simcha or just want something special, William K. is now available for custom men’s suits by appointment with COVID-19 protocols in place. Krause hopes the community will continue to support him and other local small businesses throughout this challenging time.

Orders can be placed online or by phone and Krause is always available to help with inquiries. For more information, please call 201-681-6111 or email [email protected]

By Andrea Nissel

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