Bolton Wanderers Fan Colin Lowe who recently donated his own brand of hand santiser to the Club has now generously donated 32 gel dispensers to be placed on the concourses in preparation for the return of fans.
Colin is a big Bolton Wanderers supporter and a retired Bolton bus driver who has developed his own low-cost sanitiser for use in local hospitals, care homes and companies.
Using only four ingredients, Colin developed his sanitiser with academic support from Professor Mohsen Miraftab and a team of researchers and medics at the University of Bolton following an introduction from GC Business Growth Hub.
This quality product is now on the procurement list for the NHS and a number of companies and councils are wanting to use the sanitiser for themselves.
Handing the gift of the gel dispensers to Andy Gartside COO of Bolton Wanderers and Phil Mason, Head of Community at Bolton Wanderers, Colin said: ”I want to support Bolton Wanderers in any way I can. They are my Club and I know how much it has cost to get the stadium ready for the return of fans and I wanted to do my bit.”
Colin has recently pledged to make regular a regular donation of some of his profits to the work that the Club do in the community through Bolton Wanderers Community Trust.
Phil Mason added: “Colin is a wonderful man who really wants to help others in any way he can. He is passionate about Bolton Wanderers and passionate about this great product he has created.
“We are very grateful for his generosity in gifting the hand gel and gel dispensers to the Club and for his commitment to supporting our work in the community in the longer term.”