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GOJO and Disneyland Paris combine hygiene with fun

Skin health and hygiene specialist, GOJO Industries-Europe Ltd has been appointed hand sanitiser partner at Disneyland Paris.

The two companies have agreed a long-term partnership, in which PURELL becomes the official hand sanitiser across the resort for daily use by guests and cast members.

Since the first reopening of Disneyland Paris in 2020, almost 2,000 PURELL hand sanitising dispensers and stands have been installed, helping to protect guests and enabling them to enjoy the magic of Disney with additional peace of mind.

Dermatologically tested, PURELL Advanced Hygienic Hand Rub’s scientifically advanced formulation has been proven to maintain skin health, whilst killing 99.99% of the most common germs that may be harmful. Many PURELL products provided at the resort are manufactured locally, at GOJO IndustriesEurope Ltd facility in Croissy-Beaubourg, 20 kilometres away from Disneyland Paris.

Erik Zimmer, General Manager of GOJO Industries-Europe, commented: “Our alliance is a perfect match – after all, experiencing the magic of Disneyland involves ensuring staff and visitors are safe and happy. Protective and pleasant to use, PURELL products have been trusted for decades to care for skin and eliminate germs safely and effectively. We are proud to supply a quality product, which enables everyone at Disneyland Paris to have fun with confidence.”

“All of us at Disneyland Paris are excited to see our guests back at the resort soon,” said Laure Albouy, Vice President for Business Strategy and Integration at Disneyland Paris. “The health and safety of our cast members and guests remain our top priority, and our decision to make PURELL hand-sanitisers widely available throughout our resort is an integral part of this continued commitment.”

The addition of PURELL hand sanitisers is one of the numerous measures Disneyland Paris has taken to promote health and safety, including a limited number of entries to its Parks each day to ensure physical distancing and enhanced cleaning measures. All visitors aged six years and over, cast members and service providers are also required to wear a mask.


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