Subscription Oral Care Marketer Burst Adjusts Brand Building Program To COVID-19 Shutdowns
The firm says during COVID-19 pandemic, it is waiving the $20 registration fee for its Burst Ambassador program to assist dental hygienists whose offices have closed temporarily, or remain open but put them at risk through close contact with patients and co-workers, potential contamination of saliva and shortage of protective equipment.
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