Indoor Health Care Network and REM Mate Co-founder Awarded by US Business Advisory Council
Indoor Health Care Network’s co-founder, Bill Zimmermann, developer of REM Mate air purifier, was selected among New York’s “Top 100 in Business Leadership” for this year’s national Business Advisory Council awards.
Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) March 4, 2006
Indoor Health Care Network’s co-founder, Bill Zimmermann, was selected among New York’s “Top 100 in Business Leadership” for this year’s national Business Advisory Council awards.
The Business Advisory Council made a full page announcement in the Wall Street Journal February 8, 2006, listing the top US leaders who have successfully integrated business and financial success.
The Business Advisory Council’s “2005 Businessmen of the Year” award went to American business leaders from all walks, and cited Buffalo’s Bill Zimmermann of Indoor Health Care Network in their international print broadcast as one of New York State’s Top 100 listed business leaders.
“These influential community leaders were singled out to receive this prestigious award because of their willingness to provide invaluable input to the Business Advisory Council,” the official notice in Wall Street Journal stated.
Of the Top 100 New Yorkers listed, Zimmermann was one of a few members from the Buffalo and Western New York area, with the larger proportion selected from New York City and the major corporate-based regions in the State.
Indoor Health Care Network, co-founded by Zimmermann to “build the bridge between the indoor environment and the health care community” manufactures REM Mate, a pure air, sleep-inducing, bedroom environment air purifier, using science-based health technology components for general health family use, manufactured in Buffalo and sold throughout the world.
Indoor Health Care Network, of Buffalo, NY,(http://www. indoorhealthcare. com (http://www. indoorhealthcare. com)) , is the first national network that deals directly with health care professionals and their patients, focused on the patient’s indoor environment. Products range from air purifiers and household environment products, to services such as duct cleaning and mold remediation, capable of servicing over 25,000 American communities.
“We’re likely the fastest growing health care field,” Zimmermann noted, whose company is growing aggressively to “teach the health care provider to see beyond the patient, to the patient’s home environment.” The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) notes that we spend up to 90% of our time indoors, where the air pollution is five to 20 to 100 times worse than outdoors.
Indoor Health Care Network works with health care professionals and families to seek non-drug, whole health, preventable and treatable environmental remedies to those elements in the environment which can hazard our family’s health. The revolution in health care, to see beyond the patient to the patient’s environment, can be viewed in its ongoing growth and progress at http://www. indoorhealthcare. com (http://www. indoorhealthcare. com).
The Business Advisory Council, based out of Washington D. C., is a prestigious group of businessmen and women, who advocate a progressive, conservative, pro-business agenda. The Business Advisory Council allows for these individuals to pool their expertise and know-how to bring some common business sense to Washington.
Zimmermann will accept the award at a National Business Advisory Council dinner on March 16 in Washington, D. C. that will be headlined by President George W. Bush. Zimmermann will also attend an awards luncheon on March 15 where Bush advisor Karl Rove will speak.
"I'm a proud supporter of the Business Advisory Council and its mission, and I'm truly honored to be accepting this award at a dinner that President Bush will be attending," Zimmermann said. " I'm simply glad to have a voice in Washington through the Business Advisory Council."
The Council is comprised of business men and women who meet and discuss ways to grow their businesses, create jobs and overcome challenges. The council's members meet with members of Congress and work to bring common business sense to Washington.
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