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Kids Into Safe Skin (K.I.S.S) Officially Launches Today with a Mission to Create Awareness About Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention
Date:6/22/2010

Founded by teenager Juan Pellerano, the organization targets an audience of teens and young adults in an effort to empower parents to self examine regularly to detect and identify the early signs of deadly skin cancer.

(PRWEB) June 22, 2010 -- Kids Into Safe Skin (K.I.S.S) announced today the official launch of its not-for-profit organization, aimed to create awareness about skin cancer detection and prevention with the goal to save lives. The organization targets an audience of teens and young adults in an effort to empower parents to self examine regularly to detect and identify the early signs of deadly skin cancer. K.I.S.S., founded by Juan Pellerano, in collaboration with Brooke Sprague, has a strong mission to increase public awareness of the dangers and damaging effects of sun exposure. The most important distinguishing factor of K.I.S.S. is the organizations mission to go beyond safety and truly help save lives.

K.I.S.S., based out of South Florida, will formally launch the organization to the public on June 26, 2010 at the “Island Sports Skim for a Cause, 1st Annual Skin Cancer Awareness Day,” in Deerfield Beach, Florida. All proceeds from the event will benefit the American Cancer Society, South Palm Beach unit.

Beginning at 8am and concluding at 4pm, the event will showcase a day of fun-in-the sun, filled with skim board and paddle board contests, sand castle contests, food and music. K.I.S.S., along with other event sponsors, will be promoting skin cancer awareness, while offering advice on how to protect skin from the sun’s damaging rays.

True to its name, the organization is founded by teens with a passion for skin care advocacy, including Founder Juan Pellerano, Co-Founder Brooke Sprague and Associate Kyle Perretini. K.I.S.S. will be supported by a distinguished Board of Advisors, including dermatologist Dr. Marta I. Rendon, Dr. Bret R
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