Startup develops wristbands to improve children's hygiene

09/6/2013 | BusinessNewsDaily.com

A company called Armorteria is looking to promote proper hygiene among children by offering a line of wristbands that dispense hand sanitizer. "We thought that there had to be a better way to give kids ready access to methods to clean themselves, in particular, their hands," explained Gregory Francois, a teacher who launched the company with his wife, Karen. The wristbands, called Halo Sani-Cuffs, can be purchased online and will be made available in certain Rite Aid stores.

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