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Aluminum Can Top Clean Up Plan for Students via Team Advercan(May 26, 2011)
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 26, 2011
Advercan, the leading innovator of biodegradable, sanitary soda can top covers, is launching a campaign to educate school administrators of the need for cleaner beverage tops for soda cans. The healthy alternative would be the 100% hygienic seal theyve created. School administrators and parents are encouraged to call upon beverage companies and local media to request protection for their children from the harmful bacteria and viruses that transfers into your mouth on the top of cans. Every reporter has wiped off a can top and wondered why.
Its been stated that the tops of some soda cans are more contaminated than doorknobs. Studies at Southern Methodist University and Baylor Hospital in Dallas recently tested cans and found a transfer of pathogens such as staphylococcus infection. Considering that over 250 billion soda cans meet the lips of consumers every year, this is a major problem. The number of children exposed to the harmful pass along viruses via the can-top-kiss is easily in the millions. Advercans product serves to protect the cans from the debris floating around in the warehouses, store rooms, delivery trucks, retail store handling areas, and vending machines where soda cans are stored.
Nurse Jane DG., responsible for immunizations at the Lewisville Independent School District, affirms, The AmeriCANtop is a great product! This is an easy way to ensure you and your children drink from a clean container. Less flu, colds, and infections! Frankie D., the attendance clerk, asserts, Finally something new to help curtail absenteeism during flu season. The first Lab Testers in Dallas Nurses Lisa Cawthorn and Cynthia Tricket, concerned philanthropists at Baylor Medical Center hold a lab test swab, saying, Eww, not on my can!
If the beverage companies say that there isnt a yucky can top problem, lets have their kids line up to buy cans from an H1N1-positive cashier before Christmas break, sites Michelle A., Middle School Teacher, TX.
Thomas Bachman of Beverage Industry Magazine agrees and states, The Advercan system is the right idea at the right time whose time has literally come. With todays safety concerns about product contamination and the need for unique brand expansion opportunities, the Advercan top cover looks to be the most consumer-friendly and efficient way to answer these concerns.
In addition to providing a safe alternative to risky can tops, the outside and inside of Advercans CanAds are used for messaging. It provides a space for beverage companies to place advertisements in the hands of billions of beverage drinkers. In addition to ads, other promotional messages have included the worlds first CanAd coupons, campaign ads, and commemorative seals. Advercan creates a win-win solution for businesses and aluminum can beverage drinkers across the country. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Peel-to-Reveal-the-Worlds-iw-3060085953.html?x=0 $35B is spent annually on unwanted direct mail, whilst consumers would much rather read an ad from a protective AmeriCANtop! On SMU college campus, we have proven that the beverage companies could totally offset their costs with 2nd party advertising dollars insists Kenny Mac McClintock, lead innovator of can top media.
School administrators, teachers, parents and members of the PTA are encouraged to voice their concerns to beverage companies and present a Clean Cap as a clear alternative. Please contact us at team(at)bevcomedia(dot)com or 800-879-7050 to vent, or discuss this issue further. Be sure to visit us online at http://www.advercan.com to learn more about our innovations.
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