Zyppah(R) Launches Limited Edition Pink Hybrid Oral Snoring Appliance and Donates $5.00 From Every Unit Sold to Susan G. Komen(R)

To Celebrate National Sleep Awareness Day, the "Pink ZYPPAH(R)" Will Be Sold to Snorers With $5.00 From Every Sale Being Donated to Support Susan G. Komen(R) and Breast Cancer Awareness

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 9, 2014) - While they will never admit it, women actually snore! But be careful when asking, because if she does, this is a subject that until now has not typically been discussed with family and friends. That has all changed with the invention of ZYPPAH® (pronounced Zee Pah, it's Happy Z spelled backwards). Now, the Pink ZYPPAH is coming to households around the world and it's changing the way people think, talk about, and deal with snoring.

Although the pink version of the hybrid oral appliance was designed years ago, the company kept it a closely held secret. This was done to ensure that every unit sold would result in $5.00 being donated to Susan G. Komen.

ZYPPAH's founder and CEO, Dr. Jonathan Greenburg wanted to wait until the national partnership with Komen was approved before making the Pink ZYPPAH available to the public. The timing of the announcement coinciding with National Sleep Apnea Awareness Day 2014, which is an added bonus, will hopefully attract the attention of the mass media and turn April into a pink month just like October.

ZYPPAH Hybrid Oral Appliances were developed to help people stop snoring and get a great night of sleep. The Pink ZYPPAH takes the most popular snoring appliance, endorsed by celebrities, and makes it "female-fashion-friendly." More importantly, the Pink ZYPPAH is about year-round Breast Cancer awareness and an unwavering commitment to raising money for an important cause.

In May 2012, a month before ZYPPAH launched its Hybrid Oral Snoring Appliance, the NY Times posted an article linking Sleep Apnea to Cancer. It was this story that led ZYPPAH's founder and CEO, Dr. Jonathan Greenburg to reach out to Komen.

Dr. Greenburg commented, "Having treated thousands of patients, celebrities and professional athletes for sleep apnea, nearly all of them initially thought they just had a snoring problem, it was important for me to get people thinking and talking about snoring. While most see it as a nuisance that can be ignored, there are millions of people who snore, and among the snorers there are an alarming number of people with undiagnosed sleep apnea." Greenburg continued, "By getting people to think, discuss, and act when it comes to snoring, I know lives will be saved. To be in a position to raise awareness about two deadly threats to families globally with one Pink ZYPPAH is a dream come true."

"We're so pleased to have ZYPPAH as a partner in our mission to end breast cancer," said Carrie Glasscock, Komen's Director of Corporate Relations. "This program will help us raise vital funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer."

From April 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015 ZYPPAH will donate to Komen $5 from every "Pink ZYPPAH" sold, with a guaranteed minimum donation of $25,000.

For more information about ZYPPAH's special Pink Hybrid Oral Appliance benefiting Komen, visit komen.org or ZYPPAH.com.

ZYPPAH, Inc. is a BBB accredited company and the manufacturer of ZYPPAHRX hybrid oral appliance for snoring and ZYPPAHPRO hybrid oral appliance for sleep apnea. All of the products are manufactured in the USA. Dr. Jonathan Greenburg is the founder and CEO, and invented the hybrid oral appliance that combines a mandibular advancement device with a patent-pending stabilizing band for the tongue. It is this combination of treatments that represents a paradigm shift for the treatment of snoring and sleep apnea. Visit www.ZYPPAH.com.

About Susan G. Komen®
Susan G. Komen is the world's largest breast cancer organization, funding more breast cancer research than any other nonprofit while providing real-time help to those facing the disease. Since its founding in 1982, Komen has funded more than $800 million in research and provided $1.7 billion in funding to screening, education, treatment and psychosocial support programs serving millions of people in more than 30 countries worldwide. Komen was founded by Nancy G. Brinker, who promised her sister, Susan G. Komen, that she would end the disease that claimed Suzy's life. Visit komen.org or call 1-877 GO KOMEN. Connect with us on Facebook at facebook.com/susangkomen and Twitter @SusanGKomen.






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