Protect-A-Bed Teams with AAFA for Sweepstakes

People can win Protect-A-Bed products for their entire home
April 12, 2016David Gill

ProtectABedlogo3x2CHICAGO–Protect-A-Bed has joined forces with the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America for the Spring Clean Up and Win Sweepstakes.

The sweepstakes, which runs April 18-29, invites people to visit AAFA’s Facebook page and register for a chance to win Protect-A-Bed AllerZip Smooth Mattress Encasements and Pillow Protectors for their entire home. These products have received AAFA approval under its asthma and allergy friendly certification program, meaning that they offer complete mattress protection for a healthier, more comfortable sleep environment, according to a Protect-A-Bed statement.

This year marks the 10th anniversary of AAFA’s asthma and allergy friendly certification program. According to AAFA, about 60 million Americans struggle with asthma and seasonal allergies. “Due to a very mild winter in most parts of the country, the 2016 spring allergy season is hitting earlier and harder than in recent years—meaning it’s extremely important for sufferers to proactively protect themselves,” the company said.

David GillDavid Gill | Contributing Editor

David Gill is a contributing editor to HFN.


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