Hand Sanitizer Stand Opens on Central Entrance

The stand is located at the corner of Central Entrance and Arlington Avenue. 

DULUTH, Minn. – A new hand sanitizer pop-up stand opened on Monday at the corner of Central Entrance and Arlington Avenue.

The stand was started by Nathan Bentley of Bentleyville and has another location on Haines Road that started last week.

They’re selling bottles of hand sanitizer, KN95 and cloth  masks, non-contact thermometers and more.

“Cases are rising in Minnesota and in St. Louis County. If cases go up again, it’s going to be hard to find again I’m sure so we have it, we have lots of it,” Abbey Bentley said.

The stand on Central Entrance will be there for the rest of the week. A bottle of hand sanitizer is $8.

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