FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 5, 2013
Cleure Sponsors Big Brothers/Big Sisters Golf Tournament Fund Raiser
Cleure Sensitive Skin Care Products announces they will help sponsor Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ventura County (BBBVC). BBBVC helps thousands of children find adult mentors during their crucial developing years. Like most non-profit organizations, BBBVC needs money to sustain their activities and to support their programs. For over twenty years, an annual golf tournament has been one important way to help raise funds. Pro Golfer Cory Pavin has been the past celebrity host, but due to other obligations, had to step aside as host.
In stepped Cleure, a local Ventura, California company. Their founder Flora Parsa Stay, D.D.S., attended dental school with Lynn Swann's brother Dr. Brian Swann, and knew Lynn through his brother. A phone call from Dr. Stay and the pro football Hall of Famer great said yes for the 2008 fund raiser. Lynn has been on the the Board of Directors of the national Big Brothers Big Sisters since 1980, so when Dr. Stay asked, it was natural for him to agree to help the celebrity guest from 2008 to 20011. The tournament will be held at Saticoy Country Club on April 28. For more information contact BBBSVC at 805-484-2282.
Dr. Stay has been practicing dentistry for over 30 years and is also a faculty member at U.S.C., School of Dentistry, Dept. of Diagnostic Sciences. She and her husband Andy are the founders of Cleure (the name Cleure is a fusion of clean and pure), which is also located in Ventura County. The company develops safer personal care and cosmetic products for sensitive skin.
Dr. Stay explains, “Cleure is committed to high quality, affordable sensitive skin, personal and cosmetic products for the whole family. We feel it's also important to give back through our community and to our world."
She goes on to say, “Educating consumers about the importance of safe ingredients in every day products such as deodorants, toothpaste, and other personal care and cosmetic products is one of our missions. ”, says Dr. Stay.
She continues, “We’re also very involved in our community. My husband Andy has been on the BBBVC golf tournament’s board of directors for almost 20 years. During the tournaments, each year, we donate money and Cleure products.”
Cleure formulates skin care, personal care and cosmetics for those with sensitive skin, with non-irritating ingredients that are free of salicylates, gluten, paraben and fragrance. The products are not animal tested and are made in the USA. You can find their products on www.cleure.com.