Greensboro, NC and Seattle, WA (PRWEB) April 24, 2017
Insect Shield Repellent Technology is currently utilized by 75+ leading lifestyle brands, work wear distributors and International relief organizations across the globe to provide effective protection against insects and the dangerous diseases they can carry. The company also offers lifestyle and work wear collections via insectshield.com. In the wake of the Zika health crisis and Lyme disease epidemic, demand continues to increase significantly as concerned families, pregnant women, outdoor workers and travelers seek effective methods of insect protection. In response, Insect Shield had deployed a new Easy Pack program offering a convenient way of getting personal clothing treated.
The Easy Packs are ideal for those with specialized clothing needs such as kids heading off to summer camp in buggy locales, sports teams or outdoor workers who perform tasks daily in bug-infested areas. Relief workers traveling to malaria and Zika-risk areas and National Park rangers and trail maintenance teams also appreciate the Easy Pack option. Parents love the added protection and peace of mind knowing their children will be protected, simply by putting on their clothes. Outdoor forestry and utility workers and athletes appreciate the option as they must adhere to uniform requirements, yet need protection from dangerous insects. The Easy Packs offer convenience and cost-savings when larger quantities of clothing are needed. Three Easy Pack options enable users to select just the right amount of clothing they need treated.
Here is how the Insect Shield Easy Pack Program Works:
Insect Shield continues to be called upon for help devising educational tools that outline the best insect prevention tactics. The company works closely with leading health experts to stay up to speed on the latest research and ramp up educational resources for consumers and partners. Integral in the process are, Joe Conlon, Technical Advisor for the American Mosquito Control Association (AMCA) and Dr. Thomas Mather, Director of the University of Rhode Island Tick Encounter Resource Center and one of the nation’s leading tick experts. Insect Shield also works with leading board-certified neurologist, Elena Frid, and non-profit partner Project Lyme. Detailed information about a variety of vector-borne diseases, and the insects that can carry them, has been added to the newly enhanced Insect Shield website.
About Insect Shield® Technology:
Insect Shield Repellent Apparel and Gear are revolutionary products designed to provide long-lasting, effective and convenient personal insect protection. The durable protection provided by Insect Shield is the result of years of research and testing. In July 2003, Insect Shield Repellent Apparel was registered by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Insect Shield Technology is utilized by 75+ leading lifestyle brands, work wear distributors and International relief organizations across the globe to provide effective protection against insects and the diseases they can carry. Insect Shield is an approved vendor of the US Army and US Marine Corps and approved for distribution in 46 countries. For more information visit, insectshield.com.