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June 15, 2010

Purmist featured in the National Post:
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April 13, 2010

Purmist featured in the Globe and Mail:
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Hockey Canada

"With the recent outbreak of H1N1 Influenza, we have chosen Purmist to enhance our protection and will be installing more sanitation stations in the building. All staff members were issued a Personal Mister they can use outside the office. We have recommended using Purmist to our staff."

- College of Physicians & Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO)

"Thanks again, the samples were all gone and feedback was great. They loved that Purmist wasn't drying, and orange and lavender were the favourite scents. I personally keep the lavender on my desk and spray my hands frequently just for the scent alone - very calming on a busy day!"

- Grand & Toy re: including Purmist in gift bags at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival

"Humber College had Purmist become an everyday part of their School of Health Science Labs (Nursing & Paramedic), realizing the importance of keeping our students and faculty healthy. As an RN, I also realize the importance of keeping our healthcare community safe. Having used the product over the last year, I recommend Purmist be utilized when and where at all possible!"

- School of Health Sciences, Humber Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning

"Before Purmist, we were using standard 'off the shelf' sanitizers that always left a residue on hands and dried out the skin. We have been using Purmist for the last year in our building. The two automatic Mister Kits were so popular because of the touchless dispensing of the sanitizer they were purchased."

- College of Physicians & Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO)

"I met with a Director of Public Health Emergency Management at the BC Centre for Disease Control and left her a Purmist sample. Her reaction was positive because the product is alcohol-based, easy to use and the wipes would be valuable in settings like military in the field. She said it appeared to be tested by a reputable organization and that anything like this will be helpful to have available."

- CEO, St. John Ambulance