In an effort to allow the local production of hand sanitizer products and anti-microbial soaps, the city of Sterling Heights has assisted a local manufacturer to secure their license from the Michigan Liquor Control Commission.
“The Michigan Liquor Control Commission and the governor’s office acted swiftly and professionally to ensure this Sterling Heights Manufacturer could provide desperately needed sanitation products to the general public,” said Sterling Heights Mayor Michael Taylor. “I appreciate the MLCC moving so quickly and professionally.”
Located in the City’s Sterling Innovation District on Mound Road, this local manufacturer provides private labeling, product development, and fulfillment for multiple products in the home health and beauty market.
“We are so thankful and overwhelmed by the hasty support from the city of Sterling Heights, the Michigan Liquor Control Commission and the governor’s office,” said Michael McGonigle, co-owner of the local manufacturing facility. “We are ready to support fellow citizens in the desperate fight against COVID-19.”