Posted: Mar 25, 2020 / 02:21 PM EDT / Updated: Mar 25, 2020 / 06:14 PM EDT
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – Many stores have closed the doors due to COVID-19, but a Syracuse-based business owner is turning his studio into a high-tech resort.
The beautiful Beth Eischen is subtle – she makes scarves, bracelets and wallet – but now she’s taking her spirit to the next level. He uses his business, Lilipad Creations, to push health insurance for people on the coronavirus pathway.
Eischen said, “I have a bag business with a large machine.”
The machines are ready to produce hundreds of covers, but can’t do it alone. They said it would take a city. Well, Eischen has a whole community.
Eischen said, “I’m going to cry right now because it’s amazing.” I’ve had some things done, and I’m done, but I’ve got people throwing them out of my house and releasing what you know from my lab, and ordering them from all over this country, I’ve got my things should be done. . ”
The owner of a Syracuse-based business is using his insurance company to research and insure for medical staff. He has already done about 150😷 because of the state’s help to keep his assets in proper nutrition.
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She takes others to the sink in the back of her house, turns them into a locker and throws them into a shelter for nurses and hospital staff who approach her.
It’s his way of saying thank you to people who can’t stop others.
Eischen said, “Keep supporting each other and sending love there. I think it builds all of us.”
Eischen has made over 150 covers and is not planning to stop.
Anyone with a health condition that needs a mask can send it to Facebook. He hopes to give money to anyone who needs a mask.
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