Will Donate $10 To Susan G. Komen For The Cure For Every Ladybug Tekno Purchased This Spring
Online PR News – 01-April-2010 – – It’s spring cleaning season, but before you run off to the local supermarket to gear up on cleaning supplies you think will make your home clean and fresh smelling, you might want to take another look at the latest headlines. That smell you love may be increasing cases of breast cancer in the U.S. According to a February 2010 article in The New York Times, the chances that a 50 year-old white woman will develop breast cancer has increased from 1% in 1975 to 12% today—and chemicals found in many household cleaning products could be to blame.
“In our support of Susan G. Komen for the Cure in the fight against breast cancer, 1-800-GO-VAPOR.com will donate $10 for every Ladybug Tekno 2350 order placed this April,” says V. K. Dunlop, 1-800-GO-VAPOR.com vice president.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure is the global leader of the breast cancer movement, having invested nearly $1.5 billion since inception in 1982.
Certified by Nelson Labs of Utah, the Ladybug Tekno steam cleaner comes standard with TANCS (Thermo Accelerated Nano Crystal Sanitation), the only non-chemical based cleaning system to qualify as a disinfection device with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Cleaning with a Tekno steamer cuts cleaning time by 50% while reducing the need for sponges, mops, buckets, paper towels and expensive chemicals—which saves you money.
“Ladybug steam cleaners are the healthy way to make your home clean and fresh smelling without the toxic side effects,” says Dunlop. “Every home should have one.”
Headquartered in Lake Forest, Illinois and having residential customers in every state in the U.S., 1-800-GO-VAPOR.com is moving fast to educate consumers and businesses that finally, there's a feasible, environmentally friendly alternative to chemicals. 1-800-GO-VAPOR.com commercial customers include hospitals, healthcare clinics, supermarkets, restaurants, fast food chains, corporations, auto detailers, schools and animal shelters.