Navigation Links
Lightload Towels Makes Changes to Enhance Christmas Gift Appeal
Date:12/10/2012

Miami,Florida (PRWEB) December 10, 2012

Anticipating the holiday season, Lightload Towels, the maker of the only travel, utility, and all-around sports towel that doubles as a survival tool, has adjusted their packaging and price points for exceptionally affordable and must-have stocking stuffers and holiday gifts for any outdoor enthusiast.

Providing a fifty-piece box of 12x12inch hand towels. Lightload Towels allows customers to purchase these towels at a price point of less than a .50 each. They are easy to ship: the entire box of utility-size towels weighs less than two pounds. Two-packs of utility towels available at just $2.71 will whet the outdoor adventurer’s taste for these exceedingly useful camp and travel towels.

The towels come shrunk down into amazingly small discs that slide into the smallest spaces—for instance, nicely filling out the toe of a Christmas stocking. They are released to full size with a little water: simply drying wet hands will do the trick. And they are more absorbent than cotton or microfiber towels and ultra-lightweight, even when wet. Eight of the smaller towels are about equal in weight to a bandanna. They are reusable and can be washed and used again. These handy outdoor towels even come in a full-size beach towel that weighs less than many regular hand towels, at just 4.5 ounces and they fit in your pocket.

“Every tenth of an ounce counts when you’re carrying weight any distance,” emphasizes an avid hiker and dedicated user of Lightload Towels. “These towels will save you on the trail.”

Developed from an idea formed by founder, George Wheeler, during a 1999 hike of the Appalachian Trail, Lightload Towels provide the ultra-light answer for every sports and outdoor enthusiast when it comes to clean up, dry up, warm up or wrap up needs. For additional information, please see product details and special offers for both retail and wholesale towels at

Source: PRWeb
Copyright©2012 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related medicine news :

1. Disease that stunts infants growth traced to same gene that makes kids grow too fast
2. 'Music Makes It Better' Campaign Launches with Justin Bieber, Victoria Justice, and The Band Perry
3. Giving makes young children happy, UBC study suggests
4. Intuitive Number Sense Makes Daily Life Easier
5. ACP Immunization Advisor app makes it easier for doctors to identify vaccines for patients
6. What Makes the End-of-Life Experience Peaceful?
7. $4.7 million study looks at why diabetes makes heart disease worse
8. Mild HIV type slows development of AIDS and makes new preventive treatments possible
9. Pre-season fitness makes no difference to risk of injury
10. Life Sciences Discovery Fund makes company grants in health-related technologies
11. Better monitoring of food quantity makes self-control easier
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:10/25/2014)... Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) October 25, 2014 ... patient who continued to receive pemetrexed (Alimta), after his ... to read the full story , just posted on ... study from Uji Tokushukai Medical Center in Japan suggests ... for mesothelioma patients who cannot tolerate higher ...
(Date:10/25/2014)... Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter ... virus that causes common cold sores -- herpes simplex -- ... Swedish researchers suggest. In fact, being a carrier of ... Alzheimer,s disease, the researchers found. "The identification of ... disorder is a breakthrough," said lead researcher Dr. Hugo Lovheim, ...
(Date:10/25/2014)... Oct. 23, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- A large influx ... Africa is to avoid tens of thousands of deaths ... University researchers predict. Using a specially designed ... of the outbreak in just one densely populated county ... capital city of Monrovia. The researchers said that ...
(Date:10/25/2014)... 2014 (HealthDay News) -- October,s shorter, darker days can ... disorder, according to an expert. People affected ... overly tired, lack motivation and even have trouble getting ... to suicide, said Dr. Angelos Halaris, a professor in ... University Chicago Stitch School of Medicine. "Seasonal affective ...
(Date:10/22/2014)... On October 22, CBS will air ... diseases both fictional and real. The Charles E ... committed to advocacy and philanthropy in the battle against ... opportunity to impart truth and clarity about this misunderstood ... many misconceptions about Morgellons Disease (MD) and ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:New Report Illustrates Extended Mesothelioma Survival with “Maintenance Therapy”, According to Surviving Mesothelioma 2Health News:Studies Link Cold Sore Virus to Alzheimer's Risk 2Health News:Studies Link Cold Sore Virus to Alzheimer's Risk 3Health News:Experts Predict 'Catastrophic' Ebola Epidemic in West Africa if Aid Delayed 2Health News:Dark Days Here for Folks With Seasonal Depression 2Health News:CBS’ Criminal Minds takes aim at skin disease with Morgellons in the Mix 2Health News:CBS’ Criminal Minds takes aim at skin disease with Morgellons in the Mix 3
... ... to the position of Chief Operating Officer. She brings to the position more than ... business process review, performance management, organizational development, and quality assurance. , ... Columbus, OH (Vocus) September 11, 2009 ...
... , , , , ... costs are the single biggest economic concern facing American businesses, according to ... , Nearly 90% of those polled cite health care costs ... or energy costs. , , Without reform, 86% of ...
... from electronic assistance, researchers say , FRIDAY, Sept. 11 ... people can, new research suggests. , The findings may ... hard-of-hearing learn to read lips, according to researchers from ... compared the accuracy of an automated lip-reading machine to ...
... Reducing Americans, average intake of sodium to the amount recommended ... $18 billion annually in avoided health care costs and improve ... a new RAND Corporation study. The study estimates that ... high blood pressure nationally and extend the lives of thousands ...
... Sept. 11 Nuvilex, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: NVLX), ... partner, has informed the company that Reme-Flu(TM) has been ... for helping to prevent and treat flu-like symptoms resulting ... consists of a two-part protocol. Part one contains ...
... , , MISSISSAUGA, Ontario, Sept. 11 ... into an agreement with The Investor Relations Group, Inc. ("IRG"), pursuant ... services for the Company in accordance with the terms of the ... inquiries directly to IRG. , , "We are ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:CBCA Administrators, Inc. Promotes Cindy Sonnen to Chief Operating Officer 2Health News:Poll Shows Solid Business Support for Health Care Reform 2Health News:Poll Shows Solid Business Support for Health Care Reform 3Health News:Computers Might Make Learning Lip Reading Easier 2Health News:Lowering sodium consumption could save US $18 billion annually in health costs, study finds 2Health News:Nuvilex, Inc. Announces Reme-Flu(TM) as Trade Name for All-Natural Flu Remedy Formula 2Health News:Nuvilex, Inc. Announces Reme-Flu(TM) as Trade Name for All-Natural Flu Remedy Formula 3Health News:JAG Media Holdings, Inc. Announces Agreement with The Investor Relations Group, Inc. 2
(Date:10/22/2014)...  With a vision to ensure safety and ... Pharmaceutical and Biotech manufacturer selects and implements the ... to protect their animal health brand.  ... Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20141021/153439 ... by the Xyntek and Antares solution is an ...
(Date:10/22/2014)... ST. LOUIS , Oct. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ ... are often subtle or unnoticed, but new technology, ... patient outcomes and leading to earlier detection of ... now affects 29 million Americans. If left untreated, ... or even blindness. Recently, optometric ...
(Date:10/22/2014)... WESTMINSTER, Colo. , Oct. 22, 2014   ... class of infusion systems designed to maximize targeted delivery ... is pleased to announce that oncologist John R. ... Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, and surgical oncologist Steven ... Center have joined the Company,s Scientific Advisory Board (SAB).  ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Xyntek and Antares Serialization Solution Protects Pets Too! 2Technology Advancements Enhance Early Detection of Eye Diseases Associated with Diabetes 2Technology Advancements Enhance Early Detection of Eye Diseases Associated with Diabetes 3Surefire Medical's Scientific Advisory Board Expands, Broadens Clinical Trial Expertise 2
... Findings from a,trial of the accuracy of CT ... pre-cancerous polyps and colorectal cancers,coordinated by the American ... issues for the public about colorectal cancer,screening using ... need for follow-up,with complete colonoscopy in many cases, ...
... The Department of,Justice announced today that it will ... Cancer (CRC) to develop and publicize model contract ... The Department said,the language is not likely to ... efficiency in contract negotiations, potentially reducing costs,and shortening ...
Cached Medicine Technology:Despite Advances in the Accuracy of CT Colonography in Detecting Polyps, Digestive Health Experts Urge Patients to Consider Risks and Realities 2Despite Advances in the Accuracy of CT Colonography in Detecting Polyps, Digestive Health Experts Urge Patients to Consider Risks and Realities 3Justice Department Will Not Oppose CEO Roundtable on Cancer's Proposal 2
The soft silicone design promotes patient comfort. , ,Bivona® laryngectomy tubes feature a soft compliant silicone design for patient comfort....
Manufactured with a radiopaque line running down the length of the tube, position can be easily visualized by x-ray....
... vertical length tubes are often indicated ... stenosis, and tracheal malacia. Available in ... two independently inflatable cuffs. Greater flexibility ... since cuff sites can be alternated, ...
... It has been estimated that in excess ... special needs that require a specialized tracheostomy ... Tubes are soft, flexible, and can adapt ... patient including those requiring:, extra horizontal ...
Medicine Products: