Clear Comfort Cares Program Recognizes an Aquatic Facility That Gives Back

Clear Comfort is Recognizing Aquatic Facilities That Make Positive Impacts on Their Communities

Boulder, Colorado – Clear Comfort is giving back to an organization or facility that uses pools or spas as tools to help, heal or teach members in its community. Through equipment donations, the Clear Comfort Cares Program brings cleaner, healthier and more enjoyable swimming environments to those in need. To nominate a facility, please visit clearcomfort.com/cares-program.

The First Recipient

In August 2020, the YMCA of Northern Colorado was the first recipient of the Clear Comfort Cares Program for its YMCA Safety Around Water Program that offers free water safety lessons to kids from the communities’ local school districts. With more than 600 local children who have benefited from the Safety Around Water lessons, the program provides children with new opportunities for growth and development through healthy activity.

“It’s more important than ever to protect the health of our patrons and community,” said Keith Williams, Chief Properties Officer at the YMCA of Northern Colorado. “The Clear Comfort system is the gift that keeps on giving. We are so grateful to offer our swimmers with the best, healthiest and most enjoyable water with the Clear Comfort Cares Giving Program.”

More to Come

More than ever before, communities are craving the ability to feel healthy and safe. Aquatics operators are at the forefront of maintaining their communities’ safe spaces for exercise, enjoyment and health. Clear Comfort is giving back at the community-level by donating an Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) system to selected non-profit, governmental facilities or organizations that provide aquatic programs to those in need.  

“In these challenging times, we want to thank and give back to an aquatics facility that goes above and beyond to take care of their community and those in need,” said Steve Berens, CEO of Clear Comfort. “We created the Clear Comfort Cares Program to provide an aquatics facility with a healthier and easier way to treat water and its community.”

Anyone can nominate an aquatic facility by filling out the form on clearcomfort.com/cares-program. Clear Comfort will review and evaluate submissions and then notify the new recipients.

The nominated aquatics facility or organization’s aquatic programs must be specifically designed to use water as a tool for physical health, safety, rehabilitating or healing its community members. The Clear Comfort AOP system donation is meant to enhance the quality of the water in which these special aquatics programs will be provided.

With Clear Comfort’s award-winning AOP, the winning aquatic facility or organization can provide swimmers and staff with the best, freshest and healthiest water and air quality with up to 90 percent reduction of harmful disinfection by-products. In addition, Clear Comfort’s AOP is third-party proven to safely reduce toxic chemical use and eliminate dangerous, chlorine-resistant microorganisms such as Cryptosporidium.

The winning facility will receive one Clear Comfort AOP supplemental pool or spa sanitation system (up to $30,000 value). 

 

The Clear Comfort Cares Program donation will include everything needed for a simple and complete AOP system installation. Clear Comfort will work with local service providers to help minimize installation costs. Clear Comfort’s network of top-notch service companies will have the opportunity to nominate their customers’ facility as long as they contribute the installation services as part of their nomination.

The next Clear Comfort Cares Program nominations will be accepted until November 30, 2020, and the winner will be announced on GivingTuesday, December 1, 2020.

To nominate an aquatic facility or to learn more, please visit clearcomfort.com/cares-program.

About Clear Comfort 

Clear Comfort manufactures and sells pool and spa water disinfection systems to enhance recreational water treatment. Clear Comfort’s award-winning patented hydroxyl-based Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) technology provides the best swimming experience available with proven, effective and non-toxic treatment. With headquarters and manufacturing based in Colorado, Clear Comfort customers receive a sustainable, “Made in the USA” product. Clear Comfort is a proud Impact Driven™ company delivering healthy, ethical and sustainable solutions to the market. Clear Comfort systems are trusted in leading recreation centers, universities, resorts, water parks, YMCAs, hotels, spas, professional sports teams, homes and more nationwide. For more information about Clear Comfort, please visit clearcomfort.com.

About the YMCA of Northern Colorado

The YMCA of Northern Colorado is a nonprofit organization that strengthens the foundations of community. The organization does that through programs that focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. More than 50,000 youth, families and adults from all walks of life are served annually by the YMCA of Northern Colorado. The facilities include the Mapleton Y in Boulder, the Ed & Ruth Lehman Y in Longmont, the Arapahoe Y in Lafayette, Camp Santa Maria overnight camp in Bailey and soon, the Johnstown Community YMCA in Johnstown. The organization’s reach also includes numerous after-school and summer campsites, countless sports fields and gyms. To learn more about YMCA of Northern Colorado, please visit www.ymcanoco.org.

 

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Gabrielle Palumbo
Marketing Director, Clear Comfort
720.386.3199

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Gabrielle Palumbo

Marketing Director
Gabrielle brings her experience in communications, marketing, customer satisfaction, design and media to Clear Comfort. As the talent behind Clear Comfort's infographics, she excels at finding creative ways to educate swimmers about the power of Clear Comfort's pool treatment system.