TransMedia Group To Publicize Launch Of 'Soniclean,' World's First And Only Vacuum To Use Sonic Technology. Revolutionary Product Backed By 12 Patents Expected To Shake Up The Industry
BOCA RATON, Fla., Jan. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Zenith Technologies, LLC (www.mysoniclean.com) said it has retained the award-winning PR firm TransMedia Group to publicize the launch of Soniclean, the world's first and only vacuum to use sonic technology to loosen and remove even microscopic particles embedded in rugs and carpets.
TransMedia Group (www.transmediagroup.com) will conduct a sweeping public relations campaign to educate America that there is a revolutionary new way to vacuum, thanks to sonic technology used for the first time with unparalleled cleaning effectiveness.
"Our publicity will show how using the Sonic technology in the Soniclean Vacuum increases cleaning effectiveness up to 95% for particles as large as 100 microns in size," said Tom Madden, TransMedia's CEO. "Dirt particles in this range contain bacteria, pollen, spores and other allergens," he added.
TransMedia said it plans to announce the findings of an independent laboratory test showing how effectively Soniclean's powerful sonic technology brings unprecedented cleaning capability, powerful enough to remove even microscopic particles.
"Soniclean's light-weight, low-profile vacuum cleans under beds and couches, while bringing a whole new dimension to the term 'deep clean' as it pulsates at 12,000 vibrations per minute, loosening embedded dirt as never before," said publicist Alexandra Flugel.
TransMedia will highlight how Mark Bosess, one of America's leading vacuum experts with over 30 years of industry experience, has invented what many regard as the most effective vacuums available today. Mark is the founder of Zenith Technologies, LLC.
TransMedia's publicity campaign will explain how Soniclean pulsates at such a high frequency; it dislodges not only embedded dirt, but brings microscopic particles bouncing it to the surface.
"Our publicity also will demonstrate how this amazing breakthrough in vacuums actually can defy gravity with a suction so powerful the vacuum can stick on walls, or lift 150 lbs. or almost 15 times its own weight," she said.
SOURCE TransMedia Group