Out With Allergies LLC has announced the introduction of FluNotes(TM), "Wash Hands Fight Flu"(TM) advisory labels as a potent new weapon for combating swine flu. Available through their website, www.FluNotes.com, these stick-on notes are intended to make people more aware that they must wash their hands frequently to avoid catching and spreading the flu. These direct message washup labels are anticipated to make sense to homemakers, school administrators, cruise ship operators, corporations with employees operating in close-in office space, hotels, even medical insurance carriers aware of the potential for the increase in flu-related ER visits during the coming flu season. Available in either round or rectangular form in motivating orange, black and white colors, FluNotes(TM) are intended to be noticed, to serve as a reminder and to encourage the washing of hands.
Washing one's hands is universally recognized by medical authorities as the first line of defense against spread of the flu virus. Remembering to do so is quite another thing. Placing FluNotes(TM) in commonly frequented locations can be a significant aid in the fight against spreading the flu. This becomes especially important given the recently reported anticipation of a shortage of effective flu vaccines.
Pricing & Availability: 25 labels $7.50, 100 labels $25.00, 500 Labels $100.00. Available now at www.FluNotes.com .
Suggested uses and placement: at home, wherever food is stored, prepared or eaten; in bathrooms; on doors; on children's notebooks; in offices and cubicles, on copiers, coffee and vending machines, computers and water fountains, alongside waterless hand cleansers; in food service areas; in classrooms; in cafeterias; in supermarket food prep areas; in staterooms and heads on ships, and wherever people congregate.
FluNotes(TM) are a product of Out With Allergies, LLC, the company that conceived and markets AllerNotes(TM), the food allergy warning notes and labels found at www.allernotes.com . The company's slogan for AllerNotes,(TM) "Hand One to a Waiter, You May Save a Life" has been the keynote for their unique modality designed to enhance the allergic's mandatory food allergy explanation required to avoid unexpected allergic reactions in restaurants and food service facilities.http://www.FluNotes.com