FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 14, 2008
COEUR d’ALENE, Idaho — The nation’s largest newspaper has discovered Oxyfresh!
Coeur d’Alene-based Oxyfresh, a 25-year-old company that offers premium health and wellness products for people and pets, is featured in the May 14 edition of USA Today. The national newspaper highlights Oxyfresh mouthwashes in a write-up about overcoming the challenges of bad breath.
The article calls Oxyfresh mouthwashes “part of a new class of mouthwashes devised by experts (to) … help keep oral malodor at bay.” A color photo of Oxyfresh mouthwashes accompanies the article.
“When USA Today editors began putting this story together, they contacted Oxyfresh seeking information on our cutting-edge breath-freshening products,” said Melissa Gulbranson, Director of Media Relations. “Oxyfresh was singled out among the growing number of companies that make up the $6.7 billion-a-year mouth-freshening industry. This is quite possibly the largest print media exposure Oxyfresh has ever enjoyed.”
USA Today is America’s largest circulated newspaper, with over 5.5 million readers every day.
Our mission is to give our customers products that matter. We are passionate about ingredients and developing products that don’t need to cut corners. Products that help people and their pets live longer, healthier lives with a smile. We are dedicated to creating products that are made in the USA, cruelty free, non-toxic, safe, gentle and effective. We’ve been vet and dentist recommended for over 30 years and counting.
Vice President of Marketing