Plantation, Florida (PRWEB) February 11, 2012
As the featured sponsor of the Official Talent Gift Lounge, ESP hopes to spread the word about avoiding toxic chemicals in everyday kitchen and on-the-go products, promote a healthier and more chemical-free lifestyle, and encourage eco-friendly lifestyle choices to consumers. At the lounge, ESP will be showcasing non-toxic, food-safe, and eco-friendly kitchen and on-the-go products sold on their website http://www.LiveESP.com. Visitors of their site can learn about toxic chemicals and purchase products for a safer, less toxic lifestyle in the kitchen and on-the-go.
“Through http://www.LiveESP.com our goal is to have a positive impact on consumers around the world who want to learn about potential hazards of toxic chemicals, get tips on how to avoid toxic chemicals, and have a resource for trustworthy, non-toxic products for their homes. That’s why when given the opportunity to represent healthy and non-toxic lifestyles at the GRAMMY Awards, we knew we had to get involved in order to really get the word out about avoiding toxins.” says Hannah Masimore, President of ESP. “It’s a lifestyle my family and I have really benefited from and we hope others can benefit as well.”
Recently, the media has been reporting more and more on toxic chemicals in everyday products; however, ESP believes more media attention should be placed on this area of concern because there are many people all over the world who have still not heard about the potential effects of toxic chemicals nor know about ways to help avoid exposure. With the power of the media ESP hopes to spread their message, have a positive influence in the lives of others, and help families lead healthier, less toxic lifestyles in the kitchen and on-the-go.
ESP will be the only company representing non-toxic, food-safe, and eco-friendly products for the kitchen and on-the-go at this year’s Talent Gift Lounge. The LiveESP.com gift bag is valued at over $250 and includes all non-toxic, food-safe, and eco-friendly products: a reusable produce bag; reusable glass drinking bottle; a reusable snack bag; a reusable stainless steel snack container; a reusable bamboo utensil set; and a gift certificate to http://www.LiveESP.com valued at $200.
About Essential Safe Products (ESP)
Susan Masimore, mother of 6 children, started ESP because she wanted to spread the word about toxins and give families a place where they can confidently purchase non-toxic products for the kitchen and on-the-go. Through ESP’s website http://www.LiveESP.com, families can learn about the toxic chemicals, find tips and tricks on how to avoid exposure to toxins in food and drink, and purchase kitchen and on-the-go products that are non-toxic and food safe. ESP is dedicated to promoting healthy and non-toxic lifestyles for families as well as a healthy environment.