I want to help young people get a higher education
North Andover, MA (PRWEB) October 2, 2008
While most people start businesses to become the next great entrepreneur, Judy and Lou Dove started http://www.CleanAirSolutionsPurifiers.com to enrich the kids in their community, in health and in education.
Noticing the effects of poor air quality with her students, Judy found success with an air purifier she purchased online for her home and saw the improvement with her son. At the same time, Lou was beginning to raise money to start a tuition foundation for the teenagers at her church.
"I want to help young people get a higher education," said Lou. "So far, we have developed D.O.O.R. - Donors Offering Opportunity and Relief - which is a consortium that will help create a tuition fund for students from our church."
Since its inception in September 2006, the website has grown and offers several air purifiers at various prices. The Dove sisters are planning on adding more products to their site.
"We are currently researching a new model for dorms," said Judy. "They are portable air purifiers."
Another new feature that Judy and Lou have taken a shining to is the blog (http://www.CleanAirSolutionsPurifiersInfo.com) that they've launched to coordinate with their webstore. The blog covers a myriad of topics related to air purifications, such as the health benefits of clean air and the importance of air purification.
Though the sisters recognize that their efforts for a business is an ongoing endeavor, they are steadfast in knowing that their altruistic goals far outweigh the difficulties of maintaining a company, web-based or not.
"We're trying to help people understand that the dangers of poor air quality indoors can have a negative impact on you and your family," said Lou.
"We want to let people know that there's a solution to the problem," added Judy.
About the Company:
Clean Air Solutions Purifiers was founded in September 2006 by sisters, Judy and Lou Dove. A part of their profits go to D.O.O.R. (Donors Offering Opportunity and Relief), a consortium set up at their church, Berea Church, for students who need tuition assistance.
Judy Dove and Lou Dove