Zep Commercial Enters 3rd Year Sponsoring Cleaning For A Reason Foundation
Zep Commercial, a Zep Inc. brand, a consumable chemical packaged goods company, announced it has extended its sponsorship of the Cleaning For A Reason Foundation, for a third year. Cleaning For A Reason Foundation is a grassroots, Dallas-based organization that provides free house cleaning services to women undergoing cancer treatment across North America.
“We are proud to extend our sponsorship for a third year as the professional cleaning sponsor for Cleaning For A Reason,” said John Callahan, Vice President of Retail Marketing at Zep Inc. “Some 810,000 women will learn they have cancer this year. The diagnosis alone is scary enough, but facing everyday tasks, such as housecleaning, can often be a daunting task for people suffering from cancer. This is why we chose to sponsor an organization that helps make the lives of women battling cancer a little bit easier.”
Zep Commercial provides professional strength cleaning and maintenance solutions to small businesses and to homeowners who want to clean like a professional. Zep Commercial features the Cleaning For A Reason Foundation on its packaging multiple times each year in addition to providing cleaning products, training and monetary support to Cleaning For A Reason.
“The support of Zep Commercial will help us extend our reach and deliver even more free house cleaning services to women fighting all forms of cancer,” said Debbie Sardone, President and Founder of Cleaning For A Reason. “Without corporate sponsors like Zep Commercial, we could never have met the needs of so many women battling cancer. We thank them for their support and look forward to being good partners for many years to come.”
To learn more about the Zep Commercial sponsorship of Cleaning For A Reason and what it means to recipients of the program, please watch this video.
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