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Fremont, CA (PRWEB) August 06, 2013
MAXPRO Condoms is proud to celebrate its 5th time participating in the San Francisco AIDS WALK 2013. The walk benefits San Francisco AIDS Foundation and HIV/AIDS programs in the Bay Area. To date the walk has raised $2,218,340; donations will continue to be accepted until August 10 and can be made online.
To celebrate its participation in the 2013 AIDS Walk, MAXPRO Condoms is offering free sample condom packs to new subscribers.
Since 1987, the San Francisco AIDS Walk has raised nearly $80 million dollars to enable the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and many other HIV/AIDS service in the area to provide advocacy, education and direct services for prevention and care. The mission of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation is to radically reduce new infections in the San Francisco area.
“Our team at MAXPRO is so proud to support the AIDS Walk, “ says Joel Tan. “For the past 5 years we have supported this cause and have seen what a tremendous impact the funds raised have made.”
The mission of MAXPRO Condoms is to change how cultures and their people perceive condoms. They offer a broad selection of products designed to give people the best quality and protection possible while allowing freedom for adventure. MAXPRO condoms are designed to fit the growing trends of today’s sophisticated population.
For more information about MAXPRO or to donate to AIDS Walk San Francisco 2013 please visit the MAXPRO TEAM donation page.
About MAXPRO Condoms
MAXPRO Condoms are 100 percent electronically tested and are manufactured under strict Quality Assurance standards conforming with the World Health Organization, European Nation, ASTM and ISO standards (ISO 16038:2005-WHO1998-EN600). Onsite Quality Assurance is monitored both during and after the manufacturing process. Every condom shipment arriving in the U.S.A. is tested and approved by the FDA before released for sale.
MAXPRO promotes healthy choices through education and information.