Cumming, GA (PRWEB) December 14, 2006
The SanitGrasp (patent pending) is a new door pull handle that allows a person to exit the restroom door with their wrist or forearm, thereby avoiding germs on the traditional restroom door pull handle. Stacia Matthews, the medical reporter for the Indianapolis ABC News affiliate in Indianapolis, Indiana conducted the interview at a Steak n Shake restaurant in Carmel, Indiana. "The exposure was fantastic," stated Fulkerson, LLC president Matthew Fulkerson. "In addition, the interview provided excellent feedback from Steak n Shake customers and employees in regards to the SanitGrasp door pull handle. Recent news stories focused on the restaurant industry have had negative connotations with the focus on e-coli outbreaks and trans fatty acids. This news story validated our belief that the SanitGrasp can bring positive publicity to an establishment. What a great way to show your customers you are always searching for ways to improve the sanitation within your establishment."
The SanitGrasp was developed to solve the following scenario in a public restroom:
1. Use the facilities - probably with an automatic flusher
2. Wash hands - probably with an automatic faucet
3. Exit restroom by touching pull handle - hands once again are contaminated
The SanitGrasp is the Solution
The "J" shaped pull handle allows patrons and employees to open the restroom exit door with their wrist or forearm. This provides many benefits:
•Increased sanitation within an establishment
•Ease of use for those with hand disabilities
•Reduced paper towel waste and expense
•Enhanced customer experience
"The SanitGrasp offers a rare opportunity to quickly and economically improve a customer's experience." stated Matthew Fulkerson.
Fulkerson, LLC, based in Cumming, GA was founded in 2005. Fulkerson, LLC may be reached at http://www.fulkersonllc.com.
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