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Saturday, May 23, 2020

Tulsa businessman and council candidate donates 1,000 N95 masks to local churches


Tulsa Businessman & City Council Candidate Justin Van Kirk Donates 1,000 N-95 Masks to Local Churches

Tulsa, OK -- Justin Van Kirk, a young Tulsa Businessman running for Tulsa City Council District 7, donated 1,000 N-95 masks to local churches across the Tulsa Community. He states, "There's been no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the world as we know it. However, we must never allow the challenges we face to disrupt us or keep us from expressing our faith. We know that as churches are beginning to open back up, we still want to be cautious under these uncertain circumstances. So my wife and I had this idea of buying masks and donating them to local churches."

The Van Kirks chose Sheridan Church, Evergreen Baptist Church, The Park Church of Christ, and World Outreach Church, among several others within Tulsa, to donate the N-95 masks. The N-95 masks are recommended by the (CDC). The churches will distribute to staff, employees, or church-goers and will be made available to those who may be most vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus.


If your church is in need of N95 masks, please email your request as soon as possible to justin@vankirkfortulsa.com.

Van Kirk is the owner of Affordable Auto, a local car dealership located at 61st & Mingo, also within his Tulsa City Council District #7 that he is running to represent.

Also featured on the Van Kirk campaign website is a new 2 minute commercial “getting to know the candidate” that's reached more than 19,500 views in its first few weeks.

Justin Van Kirk will be on the ballot in the August 25, 2020 primary election. You can learn more or get involved at www.vankirkfortulsa.com.

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