P&G to Use Glo Germ for Wellness Campaign


MOAB, Utah - Procter & Gamble will use the Glo Germ hand hygiene system in a "Museum of Body and Mind" exhibit to teach the necessity of hand health.

The exhibit, which will run through March 2003 in the Philippines, is part of a nine month-project to teach children about wellness and proper handwashing.

Glo Germ cored products consist of a hang hygiene system and lotion, gel and powder that cast a glow when exposed to UV light. This method is a visible means of showing the spread of germs.

For more information, contact Glo Germ president Joe Kingsley at 800-842-6622.

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