Nashville, TN (PRWEB) August 21, 2006
Have you been trying to find that sweet little lady who, right before your eyes, showed you how she gets the toughest ketchup, ink, lipstick, grass stains and more off her sparkling white slacks? Has your bottle of Immacu-10TM cleaner run out and you can’t find it in stores? Here’s good news: Immacu-10 TM can now be found on its brand new website, which the public is invited to visit at http://www.immacu-10.com.
The lady is Verna Bell, who in the 1960’s worked with a chemist to develop Immacu-10 TM. She built a loyal customer base for her safe and effective cleaning alternative by personally showing folks how to remove stains from her own clothes -- those white slacks. “After years of person-to-person sales at flea markets, shows, and stop-in visits, Immacu-10 TM is poised to reach a broader public,” says Phil Roberson, co-founder of i-10 Group, a new company pursuing mass-media marketing efforts for Immacu-10 TM.
Immacu-10 TM is odorless, non-toxic and hypo-allergenic, and safe to use around children and pets. Unlike most brand-name cleaners, the bottle carries no warning labels -- Immacu-10 TM has passed all tests required by OSHA and the EPA. In addition, Immacu-10 TM is biodegradable and contains no ammonia, solvents, butozyethanol, or phosphates.
Online since mid-May, http://www.immacu-10.com is simple and easy to navigate, with a consistent menu structure, instructions and tips for using Immacu-10 TM, customer testimonials, and both a secure shopping cart and a printable mail order form. Roberson says, “As traffic builds, we plan a customer forum for cleaning tips and techniques and a gallery for users to post before-and-after photos of their Immacu-10 TM success stories.”
i-10 Group was formed to market and distribute Immacu-10 TM through mass media outlets, including the internet, television, and print advertising. Roberson’s career spans accounting, operations, and marketing in healthcare, restaurant, recruiting and travel. In April, after four years as VP of Operations for Bed & Breakfast Inns ONLINE (http://www.bbonline.com), he was instrumental in the sale of the company to Internet Brands, a California-based operator of media and e-commerce sites.
Chris Clarke Business Communications