RADON TEE has won the race as it BLAZED A TRAIL in the BLUEGRASS STATE

During the month of January Radon TEE has galloped all over the Bluegrass state of Kentucky, making friends, having interviews, and meeting celebrities–human and those of another nature—while increasing radon awareness and encouraging testing and mitigation if the level is between 2 and 4 pCi/L or higher.

Radon TEE and its manager, Kyle Hoylman, and KY Team Captain, Heather Robbins, were on several major TV news programs including WTVQ and WHAS,

Some of the celebrities included the Big Blue Wildcat mascot of UK and Big Red of WKU as well as WKU’s basketball coach Ken MCDonald and some of his team players, the president of UK, Lee Todd, and the president of the University of Louisville.

Radon TEE kept track of articles in other states while it was on tour of those nonsmokers diagnosed with lung cancer like Debra Rebensdorf in Ohio who is convinced radon caused her lung cancer.