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SportCoatings; The North American Booster Club Association (NABCA); the Coatings Specialist Group New Booster Program Goes High Tech With Invisible Antimicrobial Defense
Date:8/22/2007

SportCoatings(TM) and NABCA Introduce FabricAide(TM) to High Schools

Nationally

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich., Aug. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Industry leading SportCoatings(TM) and the North American Booster Club Association (NABCA), enthusiastically introduce the FabricAide(TM) Boosters Program, a breakthrough program that allows parents to raise funds while being proactive against the threat of microbial contamination.

FabricAide is a laundry additive that imparts a layer of active antimicrobial onto all sports laundry including towels, socks, and equipment bags. On old and new fabrics alike, FabricAide remains active 24/7 and is long lasting. It will not change the properties of the fabric and inhibits odor and stain causing bacteria from growth, eliminating the famous "sweat smell."

"With FabricAide, parents can obtain priceless peace-of-mind that their student athletes are being protected with the most advanced antimicrobial available in the industry. This is an easy, unique, affordable program that has benefits that go beyond just raising healthy profits," says Craig Andrews, CEO of SportCoatings.

According to the August 2007 Readers Digest article Deadly Superbugs, Dr. Henry Chambers, chief of infectious diseases at San Francisco General Hospital states, "People are bent out of shape about bird flu, but CA-MRSA is already here and, in my opinion, ranks second only to HIV as a public health threat."

As staph and MRSA are becoming prevalent in the sports community, doctors, sport administrations and media outlets across the nation are focusing their attention on beating bacteria. FabricAide Boosters Program is a great way for parents to be proactive while simultaneously raising unparalleled funds for athletics.

"NABCA is excited to offer the FabricAide Boosters Program to parents nationally. Defending against bacteria is a must in today's sports community, and now, parents can minimize bacterial i
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