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While a lot of people in the United States love to travel, about a third suffer from asthma and allergies. Research shows that there are plenty of options to allergy-friendly travel and PURE plays a major role in making this happen.
Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) November 17, 2012
PURE, an allergy-friendly company with safe products designed to provide fresh sleeping and living environments throughout the world is pleased to announce that their PURE Rooms services helped Hyatt reach number 1 among the top 10 international hotel chains that cater to guests prone to allergies and asthma. This is according to a research project conducted by Sylvane, an air treatment solutions company and AllerPassMD, an independent consumer rating organization.
Other hotels in the top-ten list include Westin, Residence Inn, Four Seasons, Double Tree, Marriott, Hilton, Embassy Suites, Wyndham & Courtyard by Marriott, all mentioned from the top two to ten rankings. The rankings are based on average allergen control ratings. The main considerations were which hotel was the most effective in terms of dust and mite control, mold control, pollen control and being pet-free. Allergen control have all been made possible because of PURE’s commitment to its PURE allergy-friendly hotel rooms, which includes hypo-allergenic bedding encasements and air purification systems.
According to the research, 1 in 5 Americans suffer from asthma and allergies. There are 17.9 million adults who suffer from Hay Fever and 7.1 million children. 8.6 million Children are reported to be with respiratory allergies. However, 83% of Americans said they will be traveling with their families this year. They wanted to go to the beach or another city or go camping. They even wanted to go to amusement parks or go camping outdoors. Statistics show that 78% of Americans have visited at least one country, 61% have visited multiple countries while 36% have travelled to four or more foreign destinations.
Since a lot of people love to travel even when prone to allergies, the research shows the top cities in America who have the most pollen count between February to June. From 1 to 10, this includes: St. Louis Missouri, College Station Texas, Cherry Hill New Jersey, Rochester New York, Kansas City Missouri, Tulsa Oklahoma, Lafayette Louisiana, Charlotte North Carolina and Indianapolis Indiana. PURE recommends checking out their website to check for hotels with PURE Rooms in these areas.
However, Tom Kammerer of PURE suggests that allergy sufferers should choose travel destinations where they can find first-class and allergy-friendly hotels such as Denver, Washington, Tampa, Dallas and Albuquerque. According to Kammerer: “This research is great and can help a lot of travelers who are looking for places where they can enjoy their stay without worrying about sneezing or hives or getting out of breath due to allergies or asthma.”
PURE is all about making lives better, that’s why they create solutions for health conscious individuals who like to travel. The results of this survey are a milestone for the company and part of their strategy is to expand the destinations and accommodations that cater to the needs of travelers who are prone to allergies and asthma.
PURE is a company who is committed to providing solutions that allow individuals to live a clean, quality lifestyle, at home or on the go. Aside from focusing on allergy-friendly options for the home as well as PURE Rooms, PURE is also looking to bring their technology to airlines, schools, offices and retail outlets worldwide.
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