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Millions of Pet Owners to Benefit from Innovative Pet Odor Eliminator
Date:3/26/2010

For Every Pet Odor Eliminator to be launched at the Global Pet Expo in Orlando, FL

Orlando, FL (Vocus) March 26, 2010 -- Today, Becky J. Anderson, For Every Body founder, announced the launch of the newest product, For Every Pet, as part of the For Every Room odor eliminator line. For Every Pet product will be showcased to the pet industry from Booth #916 at the Global Pet Expo in Orlando, FL on March 25-27th, 2010.

According to Becky J. Anderson, For Every Body founder, a little more than 43 million households own dogs and nearly 37.5 million households own cats so in response to great consumer demand for an effective solution to pet odor problems, she is especially pleased to launch For Every Pet’s innovative and eco-friendly Odor Absorbing Technology (OAM).

“Pets reside in more than 81 million households in the U.S. alone and our For Every Body research team has come up with an exceptional solution for home owners looking for an innovative and eco-friendly solution to uncomplimentary pet odors,” said Becky J. Anderson. “Our new For Every Pet line offers targeted odor absorbing power and replacement fragrances for foul odors, but is also completely safe to use around kids and pets.”

For Every Body’s patented technology (OAM) chemically changes odor molecules instantly eliminating them instead of just simply masking the odor. Product tests have shown that For Every Pet is five times more effective than the leading pet odor eliminators.

For more information and to see samples, during the show March 25-27th, please visit Booth#916 at the Global Pet Expo in Orlando, FL. For further information, please visit www.foreverybody.com or contact kim.stilson (at) foreverybody (dot) com.

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