Two businesses in Idaho refused to let supply chain snafus stymie their plans to make hand sanitizer to hand out to people on both sides of Teton Pass.
When New West Knifeworks in Victor and Grand Teton Distillery in Driggs each came up short on different ingredients, including moisturizing agents and bottles, they combined what they had to produce thousands of bottles and begin distributing them for free at the end of last week.
Brad Boner has directed the News&Guide’s visuals since 2004 and worked as a photojournalist for more than 20 years. He lives on the west side of the Tetons with his wife, two kids, two grumpy cats and an old blue heeler, Sadie.
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