Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB: PSHR) spokesman Andre Ethier,
all-star right fielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers, announced today that
the company will be donating Thermal-Aid Bears to the City of Hope in
Duarte, California. "The City of Hope brings hope to many who are
suffering and Thermal-Aid Bears bring smiles to those who might be
suffering; it's an excellent match," states Ethier.
"As every sports fan knows, Andre Ethier and the Dodgers are in the
middle of a hot streak and are leading the league. Him having time to
think of others is astounding and is exactly what being a community
leader is all about, we are very proud of his dedication," notes Matthew
Mills, President/CEO of Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc.
The Thermal-Aid Bears are the children's version of the adult Thermal-Aid,
which is a revolutionary, 100% natural therapeutic heating/cooling
treatment pack specifically designed for the medical field, to reduce
swelling and relieve pain. According to Mills, the creator of
Thermal-Aid, "Our researchers worked closely with milling engineers from
the largest agribusiness companies in the world to create a line of
products, using a unique process, which allows a specialized corn to
hold temperatures for long periods of time. This process removes the
germ from the kernel, thus removing virtually all the moisture and
preventing mold or fungi from forming. The entire process hardens the
corn segments, causing an even temperature in each segment, and creating
extended temperature retainment (hot and cold). This also extends the
life of the corn beyond that of the material it's sewn into."
Recently, actress Tori Spelling was spotted in multiple celebrity
magazines with her three-year-old daughter, Stella, who was embracing
Tumble, one of the Thermal-Aid Bears. "She likes to carry it around
everywhere," stated Spelling, "but I'm not complaining. It's cute and
effective. For the first time I have an ice/heat pack Stella will
actually use when she gets bumps and bruises!"
Source: Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc.