SPARKS, NV – November 14, 2017 - RESTANCE, Inc. (USOTC: ANCE) today announced plans to introduce a strategic marketing campaign on December 1, 2017 in conjunction with World Aids Day. The campaign is designed to contribute to the United Nations goal of ending the AIDS Epidemic. RESTANCE plans to contribute to the UN goal to end the AIDS Epidemic by making condoms available everywhere in Africa through the previously announced #DoItForAfrica buy-one-give-one campaign where an anticipated $20 million in condoms will be sold in North American and for every condom sold, a condom will be manufactured in Africa and given away in Africa.
UNAIDS World Aids Day Campaign – My Health, My Right
RESTANCE has acquired the tools to equip a condom manufacturing plant and plans to open a condom manufacturing plant in Kenya soon to produce condoms for all Africa. RESTANCE has secured a contract where the company will produce condoms under a major, globally recognized brand name in conjunction with the #DoItForAfrica buy-one-give-one campaign. The #DoItForAfrica campaign is anticipated to generate $20 million in revenue. The company plans to announce the brand name contract in conjunction with World Aids Day on December 1, 2017.
RESTANCE is pursuing several business lines in the growing economies of East Africa. The Company is developing opportunities in the region including initiatives in technology and systems integration services, utility support services, affordable housing and health products manufacturing. RESTANCE recently acquired East African Development Partners as part of its strategy in East Africa.
Learn more about the RESTANCE operations in Africa on the Company's website: www.restanceinc.com
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