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Mitsubishi Motors Develops EPA Disinfectant

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The automotive industry, and let’s face it, the economy as a whole is trying to bounce back after the Coronavirus pandemic shut down factories, office buildings, and entire businesses world-wide. Over the spring and summer, the automotive industry turned the lights back on in manufacturing plants and went to work, and not just to produce automobiles. Automakers from all over the world came together to provide supplies for healthcare and front-line workers most susceptible to being infected by COVID-19. Some automakers also got involved with local communities, like Mitsubishi Motors North America (MMNA) helping with Nashville Disaster Relief. Automakers have also been looking at new ways to design and build vehicles for a post-pandemic world. They say, “necessity is the mother of invention,” and automakers are racing to make the next product to keep their consumers safe. Mitsubishi Motors may have just taken a leap to the front with its EPA-approved Diamond Premium Care™ disinfectant (also known as the CLOROX360 program at some dealerships).

Why worry about designing a new vehicle and investing in what could be a short-lived necessity? They’re currently working on a vaccine – I mean, I have no urge to inject a dead version of COVID-19 into my bloodstream – but there are people currently partaking in human trials. If by next summer the world is free of the Coronavirus, then investing in a vehicle designed to handle the virus would be more of a loss than a gain. Wouldn’t it be easier to design a simple, non-abrasive, antimicrobial, no-contact disinfecting and deodorizing spray that kills SARS-CoV-2 virus on contact?

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Easy Thanksgiving Recipe for 2020

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2020 is coming to a close but not before the holidays. A little reprieve from the madness for some of us, hopefully, A lot of us may be pressed for time and may not know what to do about Thanksgiving meals this year. With many only coming together in small groups, what do you cook compared to 2019? How about something simple? Let us share with you a delectable recipe to help keep your head on straight and bellies full.

Yes, Soup for You!

Okay, so the Seinfeld line doesn’t work the other way around, but we’re still talking about soup here. Now, some people may be thinking, “Turkey soup? No thanks, that just sounds wrong. Well how about a soup made with coconut and thai flavors? Yeah, now we’re getting fancy. The below recipe is for a Thai Coconut Turkey Soup and takes about 30 minutes (post-preparation, that takes forever). It also says it serves eight, but people always want seconds of this. Also, be sure to have plenty of time to make this, because aside from preparation time, you may need to go to the local Chinese marketplace for some items.

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Mitsubishi Continues to Aid Nashville Relief Efforts

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If there’s one thing people like to see, it’s when big businesses, with all the money they make and the many over-produced models they own, many of which have a percentage sitting on dealership lots for years, do something other than focus on the sales. It’s nice when one of these businesses, with millions of dollars to spare, get involved with the local community and give back. So when 2020 nearly destroyed the economy, and the automotive industry took a hit, and an automaker still spares the resources it can to help those in need – well that’s an automaker to get behind. One of several is Mitsubishi Motors North America (MMNA), making use of its Small Batch – Big Impact campaign, to help Nashville-based Community Resource Center (CRC) provide many non-profit organizations with the supplies needed to serve the community. MMNA has been doing this since March and has committed to another six months of aid. Read the rest of this entry >>