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Press Releases from Jeff Dunlap Communications, LLC (4 total)

Genie Guilliams is a Busy Lady at St. Louis Health Equipment Lending Program

St. Louis, Missouri...Genie Guilliams is a high energy lady who wears many hats as a staff member for the not-for-profit St. Louis Health Equipment Lending Program (St. Louis HELP). She is a talented multi-tasker with a big smile and a twinkle in her blue eyes. “Manager” is probably her best known job title. Genie toils as a contact for donors and as a route coordinator for St. Louis HELP’s

Federal Agencies Recommend that People Acquire Emergency Survival Kits

September 11, 2017, St. Louis, Missouri, USA…National Preparedness Month opened with disaster for millions of people as Hurricane Harvey’s death toll now exceeds 70 people in Texas, Hurricane Irma wreaks havoc in Florida and Hurricane Jose gains strength to cause more devastation in the Caribbean. “Since September 11, 2001, the U.S. government has encouraged citizens to make their own emergency survival preparations,” says Quake Kare’s Brian Houser. Quake Kare is a

Join the Gathering of Fellowship and Fun at St. Louis HELP’s “Wine at the Wa …

You are invited to uncork and unwind at “Wine at the Warehouse” an evening of tasty food, music, raffles and great wines on Thursday, September 14, 2017, hosted by St. Louis HELP, the nonprofit Health Equipment Lending Program. The event is St. Louis HELP’s annual fundraiser. “We’re ready for a fun evening of making new friends,” said Executive Director Laura Cannon-Singer, who founded St. Louis HELP in 2008. “Wine at the

Non-Profit Firm in St. Louis Launches Kit to Repel Infectious Zika and West Nile …

Quake Kare product protects against advancing spread of Zika and West Nile viruses across U.S. St. Louis, Missouri…Quake Kare, a top provider of emergency survival kits to help protect people during floods, hurricanes, pandemics, tornadoes and other disasters, has launched an effective new product to repel mosquitos that contain deadly viruses including West Nile and Zika. More than 5,000 cases of Zika virus have been reported in the U.S. since 2015. Scientists

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