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NEWS about Hearing Aid Sweat Band™
AHIHA Players competed in Finland at the second World Deaf Ice Hockey Championships, March 30-April 6.
Hearing Aid Sweat Band has been a big supporter of the American Hearing Impaired Hockey Association (AHIHA). The players were a part of the second World Deaf Ice Hockey Championships in Finland, March 30-April 6. All accounts express that the US Team were strong competitors, but unfortunately missed out on the Bronze medal to Finland in a 6-4 loss. The US Team played five games total, including the Bronze game against Finland, and preliminaries against Sweden, Canada and Russia. The gold medal was awarded to Russia after a 5-4 victory over Canada. When it was determined that the players would be competing in Finland at the World Championships, owner Scott VanBuskirk developed a special edition Hearing Aid Sweat Band featuring the American flag. Some of the players have already been customers of Hearing Aid Sweat Band, which gave the company even more reason to support the team in this endeavor. The AHIHA team won a Bronze medal in the 2009 World Deaf Ice Hockey Championships in Winnipeg. The team also won the gold at the 2007 Deaflympics in Salt Lake City. The AHIHA team follows the USA Deaf Sports Guidelines, including not being allowed to wear cochlear implants and hearing aids during play. To qualify for the games, athletes must have a hearing loss of at least 55 dB in their "better ear.”
Hearing Aid Sweat Bands Offers Free Shipping for March Madness and Partners with U.S. Deaf Hockey Team.
Hearing Aid Sweat Bands is celebrating a month of sports with free shipping for March Madness and by teaming up with the American Hearing Impaired Hockey Association, the organization that sponsors the U.S. Deaf National Team. Hearing Aid Sweat Bands will offer free shipping for its hearing aid products throughout the month of March to celebrate March Madness - the NCAA Division I basketball championship. Visitors to the website at www.hearingaidsweatband.com can type in the promotional code MARCH MADNESS to receive the special offer. Hearing Aid Sweat Bands will also be working with the American Hearing Impaired Hockey Association, the organization that sponsors the U.S. Deaf National Team. Hearing Aid Sweat Band is honored to support Team USA's participation in the World Championship scheduled to begin at the end of March. To commemorate this partnership they have issued a special edition Hearing Aid Sweat Band to the team that is imprinted with the image of the U.S. flag. The Deaf National Hockey Team will be competing in the 2013 World Deaf Hockey Championships in Finland March 30-April 6.
Hearing Aid Sweat Band Now Using Facebook to Connect with Customers
For those using behind the ear hearing aids, dealing with moisture infiltration can cause big headaches. Hearing Aid Sweat Bands have innovated the market and allowed hearing aid users to protect their hearing aid investment. The makers of the product are making an effort to reach out to customers through Facebook to interact and learn more about how their product affects their customers’ everyday lives. Recently, additional staff was introduced to better manage Hearing Aid Sweat Band’s online presence. The added Facebook participation gives Hearing Aid Sweat Band’s customers an excellent opportunity to interact with customer support staff, learn about product enhancements and share their success stories. Oppositely, that interaction will give the staff insight into how to better understand and serve their customers.
A representative for Hearing Aid Sweat Bands explained, “The best part is that engaging our customers on Facebook helps us to be integrated into the daily lives of customers on more than just a product level.”Hearing Aid Sweat Bands representatives see many benefits from furthering their Facebook strategy: cost effective, quick, concise communication on product developments as well as feedback from customers on the product. They also see an opportunity to be more connected to the hearing impaired community by supporting events and participating when opportunities present themselves. Facebook opens the door to a new level of awareness for them. Ultimately, Hearing Aid Sweat Bands staff hopes that customers will appreciate the outreach, “I hope that our customers understand and appreciate that we are interested and engaged in what they have to say and find our Facebook page an easy way for them to discuss and share the role our product plays in their daily lives.”
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