Hakuna Matata Tents recently launched a SansBug pop-up net tent to protect users from mosquitoes and other insects. The tent, which pops into shape in seconds, is ideal for camping, picnicking and a host of other outdoor activities. In honor of World Malaria Day on April 25, the company is donating one tent to a needy family in Gazi Bay, Kenya for every 20 tents it sells.
(PRWEB) April 24, 2010 --With mosquito season just ahead, Hakuna Matata Tents recently launched a SansBug pop-up net tent to make it easier for people to enjoy the outdoors. Available in three different sizes for single, double and triple occupancy, the SansBug tent offers instant protection from annoying mosquitoes, bees, flies and other insects. The product is ideal for camping, picnicking, reading or general relaxing—and it’s extremely easy to use.
“The tent pops up into shape as soon as you slide off the elastic strap,” said Fayaz Khandwalla, the owner of Hakuna Matata Tents. “No more hunting for spots to suspend your mosquito net or joining poles to erect it. The tent folds into a compact disc in seconds.”
The SansBug tent is constructed of lightweight material that makes it easy to transport to different locations. The one-person tent—priced at just $34.99—weighs a mere 2.5 pounds, while the three-person tent weights only 4.4 pounds. Other features of the new tent include:
So far, the new SansBug tent is receiving a positive reception in the marketplace. Recently, the product was featured in a Fox Chicago News Special Report. It was also praised in the Chicago Sun-Times by Dr. Mona Khanna, an Oakbrook Terrace physician who went to Haiti to care for the victims of the earthquake. In her April 3 report to the newspaper, Khanna said: “I wished I had it (the SansBug tent) instead of the REI tent during my stay in Haiti. I would have saved a lot of money and a lot of hassle. This is the perfect tent for hot, humid conditions, as it is essentially one huge screen at a fraction of the price of a regular tent. The best part was that it popped up ready-to-use, whereas my REI tent took four grown men to assemble in Haiti.”
Hakuna Matata Tents is committed to helping people all around the world improve their quality of life. As such, the company engages in a variety of activities to give back to the global community. For example, in commemoration of World Malaria Day on April 25, Hakuna Matata Tents is donating one tent to a needy family in Gazi Bay, Kenya for every 20 tents it sells. Through these life-saving donations, Hakuna Matata Tents is supporting the global effort to provide effective control of malaria around the world.
For more information about Hakuna Matata Tents or its new SansBug pop-up tent, please visit www.SansBug.com. Or contact Fayaz Khandwalla at info(at)sansbug(dot)com.
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