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Hartzell Engine Technologies Helping AirVenture COVID Efforts

April 15, 2021 – Hartzell Engine Technologies has committed to supporting the hundreds of additional hand-sanitizing stations that will populate the AirVenture grounds this summer. These additional stations – up to 800 added throughout the site – are part of EAA AirVenture Oshkosh's COVID protocols to keep attendees healthy and safe during this year's fly-in.

"Part of our AirVenture planning with local and state health officials this year was to provide the higher level of resources that is part of every major public event in 2021," said Steve Taylor, EAA's director of facilities. "At an event the size of AirVenture, it's a daunting task, which is why support from companies such as Hartzell Engine Technologies helps when maintaining the high standards that are part of the culture here at Oshkosh."

The hand sanitizer stations will be readily visible with standard markings (shown here) that feature the Hartzell Engine Technology logo. They will be located at public gathering points throughout the grounds.

More information on all of EAA's COVID protocols in 2021 is available at EAA.org/COVID.

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