PureOFlow Releases GALs Program to Empower Women

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Ingenious Program to Revolutionize Water Industry

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Adding the turn-key training and marketing support program as well as financing programs is an assurance of success.

Today, Pure Revolution, Inc., a company specializing in innovative ideas in water purification for residential and commercial applications, announced a program for women that will revitalize the flagging U.S. economy.

PureOFlow's patented reverse osmosis system is powered by GE technologies. Channeling the vision of a liberated female workforce, Genies Against Landfills (GALs) will provide unlimited income potential for entrepreneurial women. The timely launch of the GAL's program will help combat the high rate of unemployment in several states and give a hand to women who represent the hardest hit demographic. It will also give women the impetus to take control of their careers and income without relying on the stereotypical sources such as cosmetics, food containers, food supply and jewelry, which are already saturated.

"The hard water in the U.S. makes water treatment a very lucrative business that is recession-proof," says Mike Paice , President and Chairman of PureOFlow. "Adding the turn-key training and marketing support program as well as financing programs is an assurance of success."

PureOFlow products have been widely accepted in homes around the country as an alternative to environmentally damaging water softeners, and a growing number of commercial establishments who have realized that pure water and crystal clear ice are vital to better tasting beverages. As PureOFlow was looking to grow their sales force to meet this demand, the GAL's program provided the perfect fit.

The GAL's recruits will be trained on sure-fire ways to prove an immediate return on investment through savings on bottled water, filters, soda syrup and the costly maintenance of de-scaling water-related equipment - all through the use of The Discovery Channel-approved PureOFlow water purification technology.

Abby Romberger, Commercial Sales Manager of PureOFlow adds, "Many women have short-handed themselves by believing that in order to be successful, they have to rely on entrepreneurialism associated with domestic-based industries."

Recent history, particularly the election of 2008 showed that women are breaking barriers and succeeding in male-dominated domains. The water industry is not immune to a revolution. With water quality and industrial pollution gaining national attention, Congress is considering a 3% water softener tax and several states are banning water softeners. All factors are signaling to an industry that is ripe for change and the GAL's program will help accelerate that change. Commercial establishments will find the switch to PureOFlow's green technology more than a necessity, but rather a wise business decision, as hundreds of restaurants, convenience stores and hotels around the country have found.

About Pure Revolution
What constitutes a revolution? Wikipedia describes it as a fundamental change that takes place in a relatively short period of time. Pure Revolution's PureOFlow system is a fundamental change in the way residential customers, restaurants and foodservice businesses handle their water needs. With the revolutionary PureOFlow water purification technology, bottled water, salt-water softeners and point-of-use water filters become unnecessary, saving money, protecting the environment, reducing waste and delivering better tasting products. Pure Revolution is the only water purification technology to create the equivalent of bottled water right out of the tap, crystal clear ice right out of the machine and spotless tableware out of the dishwasher. For more information visit http://www.pureoflow.com or call Molly Walpola, VP of marketing (702) 834-6570 or (702) 250 4596.

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