Roseville's PRIDE Industries products available at Walmart
Beginning Monday, January 7, PRIDE Industries' PRIDEClean retail products will be available to consumers at five local Walmart locations. Walmart will feature the products in its Marysville, Roseville, Antelope, Citrus Heights and Yuba City locations as a five store pilot program, with plans for expanded distribution locally and nationally pending successful product sales.
Each store will sell PRIDEClean Green Glass and Mirror Cleaner, and All Purpose Cleaner and Degreaser. The products feature 21 ounces of ready-to-use cleaner, and a squeezable compartment with six concentrated refills in every bottle for maximum savings. PRIDEClean products are biodegradable and come in recyclable containers, reducing packaging and transportation waste as well.
Both products are recognized by Design for Environment (DfE), a program of the Environmental Protection Agency that works with individual industry sectors to improve human and environmental health. The DfE program is one of the EPA's premier partnership programs, and comes from the same creators of the EnergyStar label consumers rely on when choosing energy saving appliances and electronics. Formulated by a contracted custom blender, PRIDEClean products contain no toxic by-products, no ammonia, no harsh chemicals and no animal testing.
Most importantly, each purchase of PRIDEClean products contributes to important social good. PRIDEClean(r) products are packaged and labeled by people with disabilities at PRIDE Industries, creating jobs for people most often excluded from employment.
PRIDEClean will be available at the following Walmart locations:
Walmart Supercenter Walmart Supercenter Walmart Supercenter
1131 N Beale Rd 900 Pleasant Grove Blvd 5821 Antelope Rd
Marysville, CA 95901 Roseville, CA 95678 Sacramento, CA 95842
Walmart Supercenter Walmart Supercenter
7010 Auburn Blvd. 1150 Harter Pkwy
Citrus Heights, CA 95621 Yuba City, CA 95993
About PRIDE Industries
PRIDE Industries is a nonprofit organization meeting the manufacturing and facilities service needs of public and private organizations nationwide while creating jobs for people with disabilities. Operating in 11 states and the nation's capital, PRIDE employs more than 4,800 individuals, including more than 2,800 people with disabilities. Headquartered in Roseville, Calif., PRIDE Industries ranks as the fourth-largest manufacturing and service company in the greater Sacramento region. Learn more at www.pridecleaneco.com and www.prideindustries.com.
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