World Animal Day -10/4

On October 4th  we celebrate World Animal Day!  Mission: World Animal Day is to raise the status of animals in order to improve welfare standards around the world.  Participation in World Animal Day will continue to grow until it reaches and connects animal advocates in all corners of our world.  According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), there are approximately 7.6 million companion animals that enter animal shelters nationwide every year.  Of those there are approximately 3.9 million dogs and 3.4 million are cats.  What better way to celebrate World Animal Day than to visit your local animal shelter today and adopt a new fur friend!   We know how difficult it can be to have to give up of a “furry little friend”, or even not thinking about acquiring one so it won’t cause, or exacerbate, allergy problems to a family member … Especially in the case of children, the sadness that this can cause creates an unpleasant situation to face.  The solution?  Undoubtedly, the use of an air purifier!  Our Air Purifiers drastically reduce air allergens by incinerating microorganisms.  As a result, contaminated air is dragged through the Airfree ceramic center and destroyed at high temperatures.

We invite you to visit our website and browse through our testimonials to see real honest feedback for those who have pets and to truly understand what we are all about!  http://www.airfree.com/en-US/Testimonials.aspx

AIRFREE® air purifiers are up to 100% efficient by destroying pet allergens, allowing to live without allergy symptoms and ensuring better quality of life for the pet and its owner!

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We firmly believe in our company mission –  To combine the best technology and design, to turn our clients’ needs into innovative solutions for indoor atmospheres, whether for health reasons, comfort or to increase productivity.  Check us out at www.airfree.com for a purifier that will work best for you.

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