Flu season will strike this fall… that we are sure of. In addition to seasonal flu viruses, it is very likely that the 2009 H1N1 flu virus will circulate in our communities. We can’t stop the flu from coming, but what we can do is make an effort to protect and prevent our families and our communities from contracting and spreading flu viruses. It will take all of us working together to “Fight the Flu.”
One of the single most important things the Center for Disease Control says to prevent the flu is to constantly clean and wash your hands. Because children can be primary spreaders of the flu viruses, hand washing is especially important after interacting with children.
Our new EXCLUSIVE Flu Fighter kit conveniently allows you and your employees and/or clients to clean hands on-the-go. It contains hand sanitizer and an antiseptic towelette, and fits easily in a purse, wallet or tote or back pack.
Promote health and wellness for employees in the workplace. We’re all painfully aware that many businesses are feeling the frustration of being short-staffed due to layoffs. It is important for all staff members to remain healthy this flu season and keep production at 100 percent.
Viruses can linger on telephones, doorknobs, and computer keyboards. This is especially the case in offices that share supplies between cubicles and work areas. To help prevent transmission, employees can use the Flu Fighter kit’s antiseptic towelette to clean their work stations.
It is just as important to help keep your clients and community from getting sick. Keep Flu Fighter kits on hand for open houses and other event or community events you plan to attend or promote. The price of the Flu Fighter includes a full color imprint on both the front and the back of the kit. While preventing the spread of the flu, you can promote your business as a proponent of health and wellness by imprinting easy “flu fighting” tips on the packet.
It is being predicted that 40% of the U.S. population will get the flu this year. Your business can be part of the solution.
Written by Teresa Widen | Sales Manager | Bankers Advertising Company