News | Published August 31, 2009

Mount Nittany and Sani Professional Team Up to Battle Eli Coli, Lizz Teria and Sal Monella

Don’t be surprised if you spot Eli Coli, Lizz Teria and Sal Monella – three life-size germs – hamming it up at the Grange Fair and touting their ability to live everywhere, including in your house, schools and even in you! Not to worry, though – the Medical Center’s Clean Team and Sani Professional, maker of Sani-Hands and Sani-Hands for Kids, is wiping out germs, one hand sanitizer at a time. Lizz Teria, Sal Monella and Eli Coli will gladly tell that they want to be your friends and share your food. They even created their own website – germsunite.com – to try to spread this nonsense, but the Clean Team is here to remind you that germs are not harmless. They live everywhere, all the time, and can sicken you for days at a time.As a big advocate of hand hygiene, inside and outside of the hospital, the Clean Team is arming the community with the hand sanitizers, Sani-Hands and Sani-Hands for Kids, so they can protect themselves from nasty viruses. And with school starting, and the cold and flu season on the heels of the Grange Fair, the Medical Center will be out in full force to teach children and remind adults that proper hand hygiene is the number one killer of germs. To protect yourself in the fight against germs, visit the Medical Center booth (building 63, lot 22) at the Grange Fair to arm yourself.

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