Prime Medical Donates Antimicrobial Scrubs and Lab Coats to Charitable Organization
Florida company sends 30,000 sets of antimicrobial health care apparel to support Matthew 25: Ministries, an international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization
LARGO, Fla., October 9, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Prime Medical, the exclusive manufacturer of Clorox Healthcare™ Privacy Curtains and Clorox Pro™ Scrubs & Lab Coats, is donating more than 30,000 sets of antimicrobial scrubs and lab coats to Matthew 25: Ministries, an international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization.
The donated scrubs and lab coats are part of Prime Medical’s former line of health care apparel that is designed with a unique antimicrobial textile technology called BioSmart®. The fabric binds a shield of bacteria-fighting molecules with each laundering in an EPA-registered bleach that can inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria or viruses on the apparel.
"At Prime Medical, our mission statement is Made to be More®," said Steve Glover, Chief Commercial Officer for Prime Medical. "It’s a motto that not only represents the unique capability of our products but also our personal commitment to do more in the service of others. We are pleased that our remnant inventory of antimicrobial health care apparel will be put to great use in many areas of need which Matthew 25: Ministries serves in the U.S and around the world.”
Founded in 1991, Matthew 25: Ministries has developed an efficient system to rescue and reuse excess products which were deemed no longer useful by U.S. standards from corporations and manufacturers, and to transport them to those in desperate need nationally and internationally. Donations are processed in Cincinnati, Ohio, and then distributed to the poorest of the poor and disaster victims worldwide. Prime Medical selected Matthew 25: Ministries because of their reach, ability and demonstrated impact as a charitable organization and its 4-star ranking by Charity Navigator and GuideStar’s Platinum Seal of Transparency.
“We can’t thank Prime Medical enough for their generous support of antimicrobial scrubs and lab coats that will help our work with the poorest of the poor and disaster victims around the world,” said Don Jones, National Accounts Manager. “Medical supplies are among the most highly sought-after items in developing countries. For ongoing humanitarian aid and in the aftermath of disasters, medical supplies are often in short supply and high demand,” explained Jones.
The donated product was the remaining inventory after Prime Medical redesigned and rebranded its line of antimicrobial products in 2018 to CloroxPro™ Scrubs & Lab Coats and Clorox Healthcare™ Privacy Curtains through a trademark licensing agreement with Clorox Professional Products Company. Since 2015, Prime Medical has been committed to giving back through charitable donations to CURE International's Zambia hospital and Tebow CURE Hospital in the Philippines.
About Prime Medical
Prime Medical is the exclusive manufacturer of Clorox Healthcare™ Privacy Curtains and CloroxPro™ Scrubs & Lab Coats. The products feature a revolutionary antimicrobial technology called BioSmart®, enabling the fabric to harness the power of bleach for a lasting defense against bacteria and viruses. These products are a smart, sustainable and renewable way to fight pathogens on the apparel and textiles we touch and wear every day. For more information, visit www.primemedical.com.
About Matthew 25: Ministries
Matthew 25: Ministries rescues and reuses approximately 15 million pounds of excess corporate products each year and redistributes them to people in desperate need throughout the U.S. and worldwide, impacting the lives of more than 20 million individuals each year. More than 99% of Matthew 25: Ministries’ cash and in-kind donations go toward programs. Matthew 25 is ranked on Forbes' list of the 100 Largest US Charities and is also highly ranked of approximately 3,500 four-star charities on Charity Navigator. For more information, visit www.m25m.org.
Source: Prime Medical
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