CloroxPro Donates 1,000 360s and GBAC Scholarships

Contributed by BSM Staff

PLEASANTON, CA -- In collaboration with ISSA, CloroxPro has announced a new program to donate 1,000 Clorox Total 360 Systems and GBAC Scholarships to food service and hospitality businesses that have been severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The program is designed to help food service and hospitality businesses maintain a cleaner environment and reinforce confidence in those visiting their facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
Food service and hospitality businesses are invited to apply to the program for the chance to be awarded a Clorox Total 360 System and scholarship for the GBAC Fundamentals Online Course:  Cleaning & Disinfection Principles pending eligibility.

“Businesses are more committed than ever to making their public and shared spaces safer, and this heightened awareness of health and safety should be a continued focus, even after the pandemic ends,” said Chris Tucker, Vice President and General Manager of CloroxPro.  “Cleaning and disinfecting are a key part of a holistic strategy to help reduce the spread of illness-causing germs, and CloroxPro is proud that through this program, we can help support businesses with tools and education to help maintain a healthier and safer environment.”

The Clorox Total 360 Systems electrostatic sprayer works by charging and atomizing trusted Clorox solutions, delivering a powerful flow of charged droplets that are attracted to surfaces with a force stronger than gravity. This allows the product to coat hard, non-porous surfaces quickly and uniformly, including hard-to-reach areas that manual cleaning can often miss.

In addition to the device donations, CloroxPro will donate $100,000 in GBAC Scholarships enabling recipients to further their cleaning, disinfection and infection prevention education. The GBAC Fundamentals Online Course teaches fundamentals of cleaning and disinfecting for health as well as prevention, response and control measures for outbreak situations such as SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.  

“We are proud to partner with CloroxPro to continue to support the professional cleaning industry and our members in a time of need,” said John Barrett, Executive Director, ISSA. “We are thankful for CloroxPro’s continued support and dedication to further education and offering the tools to enhance our members’ operations amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.” 

Applications for the program will close on March 31, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. PST. To apply for the program or get more information, visit