Screen & Shield Face Masks Are Best Bar None for Montpeliers staff


Pioneering face mask supplier Screen & Shield has landed a groundbreaking deal after Montpeliers, one of Scotland’s leading bar, restaurant and hotel groups, signed up to provide coverings for all its staff.

Montpeliers – which operates seven venues in Edinburgh including the iconic Tigerlily on George Street – has decided to take advantage of Screen and Shield’s novel business solution ‘Team Vouchers’ to provide hundreds of their staff with face coverings.

As part of the many unique features offered by Edinburgh-based Screen & Shield, ‘Team Vouchers’ lets employers pre-purchase masks in volume and lets their employees individually choose their preferred mask designs. And 10% of all online sales go to charities that support NHS frontline workers.

Paula Greenan, Montpeliers Operations Manager, said, “Safety of our staff and customers is paramount to us, so we were drawn to the safety features of Screen and Shield’s masks.

“We really love the designs – they give us the opportunity to allow our staff to choose their own mask and have some individuality in wearing it.”

“Supporting a local Edinburgh business is also very important to us, as is the charitable donation to NHS charities that Screen and Shield make.”

Hass Peymani set up Screen & Shield from scratch after becoming alarmed at the poor quality and unavailability of face masks for his family as he faced lockdown with a pregnant wife and his dad in a high-risk category.

Hass, who had previously set up a hugely successful global video business that saw him work with likes of football icon Neymar and pop superstar Katie Perry, spent 10 weeks exhaustively researching the market and supply chains, before launching his #sasMASK brand from home, in the midst of national lockdown.

Hass said, “From a standing start, we are building up a reputation as the UK’s premier face mask supplier.

“We’re delighted that Montpeliers have recognised this and placed their trust in our #sasMASK to help protect their staff and customers. We are confident other hospitality businesses will quickly see attractions of the #sasMASK especially as they start the process of encouraging back customers to their venues.”

Paula added,  “We have introduced new policy surrounding hygiene practises and social distancing measures to ensure our staff and customers feel safe and happy.  Staff training is also being conducted to introduce everyone to the new normal and make sure we can still provide the best service to our guests. In short we’ve missed our customers and can’t wait to welcome them back.”

The Montpeliers portfolio includes Montpeliers of Bruntsfield, Indigo Yard, Rabble, Candy Bar, Eastside, Lulu as well as Tigerlily.

Unlike many of the masks on the market, the #sasMASK is manufactured in Europe and complies with the latest material and layering guidelines for non-medical-grade face coverings.

The #sasMASK has not only been designed to be washable, comfortable and affordable but also comes in more than 30 designs; with this range due to double in size in the coming weeks.

Screen & Shield can work flexibly with businesses of all sizes, providing small orders for the likes of cafes and shops, to providing bulk orders with large firms, and offer custom branding to any and all.  Business customers can also benefit from the ‘Team Vouchers’ system, which provides pre-paid voucher codes so staff can choose their own designs.

Since its launch, Screen & Shield have had over 1,500 orders from individuals, businesses and community groups from around the UK and new supplies of tens of thousands of custom #sasMASKs are being produced to keep up with demand.

Screen & Shield is largely operating as an e-commerce business, using its website and social media to drive awareness and sales, particularly From its fledgling start, the business is already approaching 1,500     Followers/Likes and 17,000 people have viewed its launch video.

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