Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) September 14, 2010
The intense Florida political gubernatorial contest is shaping up to be a tough one and while newspapers and political pundits are weighing in on their pick, Fort Lauderdale based hair loss product company Zenagen hair loss shampoo has recently endorsed Rick Scott for Florida Governor. The hair loss product company chose Mr. Scott in hopes the first bald governor of Florida helps bring awareness to androgenic alopecia the most common cause of hair loss in the United States. Hair loss affects an estimated 80 million people in the US and has been a focus of hair loss research for new hair loss techniques and products.
Republican Party of Florida Chairman John Thrasher made that claim about Rick Scott on Sept. 10, 2010, during a meeting of party regulars. "Rick, we will be the first party to elect a bald guy to governor," was the exact quote, according to the Associated Press' Brendan Farrington.
The Economist, in a recent piece, declared that hair has factored in politics at least since the Roman Republic. "The enemies in the Senate of an up-and-coming young general, Publius Cornelius Scipio, tried to derail his rise by implying that he grew his hair un-Romanly long, in the Greek style that seemed soft and suspicious; Scipio went on to defeat Hannibal anyway and, balding, became Rome's savior. Julius Caesar was famously touchy about his receding hairline.
The Republican Party of Florida Chairman John Thrasher commented that Rick Scott would be a trail-blazer for bald Floridians, being the first bald person elected governor. Zenagen shampoo is a hair loss shampoo company and it approves this news story. To find out more about Zenagen shampoo and it’s upcoming new hair loss products please visit the hair loss shampoo website.