On Saturday April 30, 2016, Beverly Hills Window Tinting & Treatments invites residents of Southwest Florida to their Fort Myers location to learn about the benefits of window film while enjoying food and beverages.
Beverly Hills Window Tinting & Treatments
FORT MYERS, FL (April 25, 2016) -- Across the Country, April 30th is Recognized as National Window Film Day (NWFD) but many Americans don't know that the average window may only protect them from up to 25% of dangerous ultraviolet rays. Compared to window film, which can offer up to 99% protection, this leaves them susceptible to skin cancer.
The International Window Film Association (IWFA), a nonprofit group of leading manufacturers, distributors, and dealers, is working to fix that by spreading awareness of National Window Film Day (April 30) and the many benefits of window film.
“National Window Film Day is a valuable opportunity for families, homeowners, drivers or any other citizens to learn about the benefits of this affordable technology,” said Jack Mundy, president of the IWFA. “Window film offers benefits that apply to our health, energy use, and overall well being. We’re proud to consistently support National Window Film Day and encourage our country as a whole to participate, as well.”
In celebration, Russo has issued an open invitation to Southwest Floridians to join him on National Window Film Day, Saturday, April 30th at 15130 S Tamiami Trail in Fort Myers where educational exhibits on the benefits of window films will be displayed.
The celebration takes place from 12:30pm – 2:30pm. Hot dogs, hamburgers, and refreshments will be provided. In addition, attendees of the NWFD celebration can purchase a $150.00 gift certificate for $125.00. To attend email Chris Russo or call (239) 489-3838.
“Once installed, window film can save a homeowner approximately five to 10 percent on the homes total energy bill,” added Darrell Smith, executive director of the IWFA. “More importantly, the IWFA remains committed to new research to better understand the health implications of indoor sun exposure and we look forward to sharing our findings.” he added.
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