Get Paid to Get Clean - Part I

October 24, 2012

Posted By: Shaunescy

I have an authentic confession (is there any other kind?)

I'm a germ-a-phobe.

After shopping at the market, or the mall - basically any public place - I get worked up over the image of the germs I picked up. All I can think about is when I can get to a nearest sink to wash my hands!

Imagine my surprise to know that locally - right here in Bozeman, Montana - lives BioScience Laboratories , and guess what? They PAY YOU to come in and wash your hands!

(I know, I couldn't believe it either!)

Here's the deal

BioScience Labs needs participants - YOU - to help test products and their effectiveness at protecting against common bacteria and viruses in everyday living.

Being the "go-getter-germ-killer" that I am, I signed up for a hand-wash study.

I met with the super team at BioScience labs, completed some paperwork, and received products to use for the next 7 days prior to my "testing" day.

One week after my test day, I can go back to BioScience Labs and receive my check.

Money? For hand-washing?

I'll take it.

{Editor's note: I will be reporting back after my test day to advise of my lab time experience. I must admit, I'm excited about this study. It will be fun to see how they actually test the products. Stay tuned for more - Get Paid to Get Clean - Part II.}

Learn More

BioScience Labs invites YOU to come and learn more about what they do at a special informal session that is open to the public. Enjoy refreshments and a facility tour while learning about how you can test products - and earn some extra cash!

Special Event Dates:

November 7, 2012 from 6pm - 7pm and December 5, 2012 from 6pm - 7pm

BioScience Laboratories Recruiting Office

1765 S. 19th Avenue, Bozeman.

To reserve a space at this event, visit .

Got questions? Give them a call. 406-587-5735. Visit their website at  and find them on Facebook at .

Mother of three,  Katie Walters is the author of  An Authentic Life , a member of  and is proudly invited to share weekly within the pages of Montana Parent Magazine's website.

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