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Press Release

May 29, 2020– Mullica Hill, Harrison Township NJ – Harrison Strong



Reopening the Home of the Brave

Survived- Get the Badge of Integrity




Mayor Louis Manzo has recently been approached by a Mullica Hill resident who started a company called Survived, LLC (www.survived19.com). They have created a new brand to help national businesses reopen with a badge of integrity and Harrison Township is the birthplace of this movement to celebrate the reopening of America.

While others are working hard to produce vaccines and medical solutions, Survived, LLC is also focused on the future by boosting business health. They concentrated their efforts on what life would look like after the pandemic restrictions were eased. Would residents feel safe going to restaurants, supermarkets, theatres, stadiums, their dentists, or salons again? Would those businesses still exist? If so, how would you know if their building and procedures are safe?


Survived- The Badge of Integrity, solved these questions. They have compiled the protocols that signal a business has ethically reopened by conscientiously following the CDC's recommendations for sanitation and safety.


Businesses are so busy retrofitting their stores, business, and cleaning that they can convey that message to the public by merely displaying a vinyl Window Cling or Lawn Sign. They are available now to our local businesses and will roll out nationally soon.


Harrison Township is proud to be the first community to support this concept that encourages our businesses to provide “peace of mind” to the public. The five-member governing body of the township unanimously endorsed this initiative.


Mayor Manzo stated, "We want to help the customer/ client/patient feel confident in patronizing our businesses again. We want businesses to welcome back their customers, patients, tenants, and relationships with a sign of strength and confidence. By having these Lawn Signs and Window Clings available in Harrison Township, we will create an atmosphere of unity, togetherness, and hometown pride.”


Manzo and his team have gained notoriety for their actions in recent weeks that focus on promoting the community spirit known as Harrison Strong. They have worked tirelessly on community outreach programs, supporting local businesses, and providing masks for every household in town.


Mayor Manzo maintained a strong communication link with his residents by sending out informative emails daily to his beloved town. As Mayor, he supports this inventive idea to help his town. He noted that Survived is donating 10% of their profits to seniors (Meal on Wheels) and children (No Kid Hungry).


Not only did Survived, LLC (www.survived19.com) develop a plan for the Grand Reopening of America this summer but through its social channels has provided a place for citizens to share their own Pandemic stories of triumph, survival, quarantining and loss.


The company’s vision is to provide needed confidence to the American consumer again while partnering with businesses to quickly convey that they have complied with ethically cleaning their establishment. Survived plans to expand to multiple states and, ultimately, grow the brand internationally.


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