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ToothBrushSubscriptions Launches New Video, Aims To Re-Imagine The Way We Approach Dental Commerce ToothBrushSubscriptions Launches New Video, Aims To Re-Imagine The Way We Approach Dental Commerce

With the release of its new ad video, ToothBrushSubscriptions is re-launching to change the way Americans think about their dental shopping.

Toothbrushsubscriptions.com brings a new toothbrush directly to your door, every 1, 2, 3 or 4 months, according to your personal preference. Pick your timeline and then your toothbrush, from an essential selection of quality, American-made brushes starting at as low as $1 per brush. Now get floss delivered as well along with your regular shipment. Delivery is free, and if you don’t love your service, you can cancel at any time, and Toothbrushsubscriptions.com will send you a free brush of your choice. Save time at the store and money on expensive brushes, and never go without a new brush, with Toothbrushsubscriptions.com.

“On its most basic level, Toothbushsubscriptions.com is about making people’s lives easier,” says Founder Dave Howe. “We want this to be one less thing you have to worry about.”

Howe explains that dental professionals recommend buying a new toothbrush at most every three months, as bristles begin to fray and lose their efficacy at fighting plaque and removing debris. But most people are too busy to make semi-regular runs to the pharmacy just to pick up a brush, and even if you buy in bulk, it’s difficult to keep track of how many months have passed since your last change.

“You know it’s time to switch because that’s when your brush shows up,” says Howe. “Brushing is important. Oral hygiene in general is important. That doesn’t mean it has to be complicated, though. We all want to keep our teeth clean, but that’s enough to deal with on its own. At Toothbrushsubscriptions.com, we want you to let us worry about getting you your toothbrush when you need it, so you can focus on the brushing part.

In 2012, the last year statistics were available, U.S. toothbrush sales amounted to $1.43 billion, only $641 million of which occurred in traditional drug stores. At least 62% of American households regularly use dental floss, according to Statitsta. Total ecommerce sales, meanwhile, jumped over 16% in 2013, to $261 billion.

“Toothbrushsubscriptions.com isn’t trying to reinvent the wheel, here. We’ve just taken a look at a basic need people have and thought about what we can do to meet that need in a way that fits the rest of their lives,” says Howe.

“When you look at the larger marketplace, you see that people are shopping online because it makes their lives easier. We’ve taken that a step further and said, ‘how can we help shoppers anticipate their own needs, so that even the shopping takes care of itself.’ If you know you’re going to need something every so often, why would you wait until that need arises to buy it? It’s so much simpler to do it all at once. That’s how I came up with the idea for Toothbrushsubscriptions.com.”

Howe points out that his is hardly the only business to perceive this market trend, mentioning companies like Birchbox, a delivery makeup service with some 400,000 subscribers and Zuora, a software-as-a-service company that enables subscription commerce and billing and has raised $132.2 million in capital to date as a prime example of the growing prominence of subscription-based ecommerce.

“This is about taking shopping, which right now is just another chore in a long list of tasks, and making it something proactive. ‘Life hacking’ is the new buzzword, but really, we’re not doing anything different than what businesses have always done: try and help people organize their lives to be less stressful. It’s just that with the internet, there are different possibilities for how to do that, and we’re one of a number of companies that are looking into new entry points into people’s routines, people’s lives, where we see the potential for more efficiency, more simplicity. The brushes are great, the price is competitive, and it’s one less thing to do: it just makes sense.”

With “economic,” “luxury,” “baby,” “junior,” “newborn,” and ADA-approved “advantage” brushes, all with a range of color options, Toothbrushsubscriptions.com has choices for the entire family, all at no more than $5 per brush. Delivery is free of charge, and arrives straight to your door, on time, however often you want it.

ABOUT

Toothbrushsubscriptions.com is a company based out of Walnut, CA that hopes to promote dental care and oral hygiene by offering customers an easy solution to their dental product needs.

With the release of its new ad video, ToothBrushSubscriptions is re-launching to change the way Americans think about their dental shopping.

Toothbrushsubscriptions.com brings a new toothbrush directly to your door, every 1, 2, 3 or 4 months, according to your personal preference. Pick your timeline and then your toothbrush, from an essential selection of quality, American-made brushes starting at as low as $1 per brush. Now get floss delivered as well along with your regular shipment. Delivery is free, and if you don’t love your service, you can cancel at any time, and Toothbrushsubscriptions.com will send you a free brush of your choice. Save time at the store and money on expensive brushes, and never go without a new brush, with Toothbrushsubscriptions.com.

“On its most basic level, Toothbushsubscriptions.com is about making people’s lives easier,” says Founder Dave Howe. “We want this to be one less thing you have to worry about.”

Howe explains that dental professionals recommend buying a new toothbrush at most every three months, as bristles begin to fray and lose their efficacy at fighting plaque and removing debris. But most people are too busy to make semi-regular runs to the pharmacy just to pick up a brush, and even if you buy in bulk, it’s difficult to keep track of how many months have passed since your last change.

“You know it’s time to switch because that’s when your brush shows up,” says Howe. “Brushing is important. Oral hygiene in general is important. That doesn’t mean it has to be complicated, though. We all want to keep our teeth clean, but that’s enough to deal with on its own. At Toothbrushsubscriptions.com, we want you to let us worry about getting you your toothbrush when you need it, so you can focus on the brushing part.

In 2012, the last year statistics were available, U.S. toothbrush sales amounted to $1.43 billion, only $641 million of which occurred in traditional drug stores. At least 62% of American households regularly use dental floss, according to Statitsta. Total ecommerce sales, meanwhile, jumped over 16% in 2013, to $261 billion.

“Toothbrushsubscriptions.com isn’t trying to reinvent the wheel, here. We’ve just taken a look at a basic need people have and thought about what we can do to meet that need in a way that fits the rest of their lives,” says Howe.

“When you look at the larger marketplace, you see that people are shopping online because it makes their lives easier. We’ve taken that a step further and said, ‘how can we help shoppers anticipate their own needs, so that even the shopping takes care of itself.’ If you know you’re going to need something every so often, why would you wait until that need arises to buy it? It’s so much simpler to do it all at once. That’s how I came up with the idea for Toothbrushsubscriptions.com.”

Howe points out that his is hardly the only business to perceive this market trend, mentioning companies like Birchbox, a delivery makeup service with some 400,000 subscribers and Zuora, a software-as-a-service company that enables subscription commerce and billing and has raised $132.2 million in capital to date as a prime example of the growing prominence of subscription-based ecommerce.

“This is about taking shopping, which right now is just another chore in a long list of tasks, and making it something proactive. ‘Life hacking’ is the new buzzword, but really, we’re not doing anything different than what businesses have always done: try and help people organize their lives to be less stressful. It’s just that with the internet, there are different possibilities for how to do that, and we’re one of a number of companies that are looking into new entry points into people’s routines, people’s lives, where we see the potential for more efficiency, more simplicity. The brushes are great, the price is competitive, and it’s one less thing to do: it just makes sense.”

With “economic,” “luxury,” “baby,” “junior,” “newborn,” and ADA-approved “advantage” brushes, all with a range of color options, Toothbrushsubscriptions.com has choices for the entire family, all at no more than $5 per brush. Delivery is free of charge, and arrives straight to your door, on time, however often you want it.

ABOUT

Toothbrushsubscriptions.com is a company based out of Walnut, CA that hopes to promote dental care and oral hygiene by offering customers an easy solution to their dental product needs.

With the release of its new ad video, ToothBrushSubscriptions is re-launching to change the way Americans think about their dental shopping.

Toothbrushsubscriptions.com brings a new toothbrush directly to your door, every 1, 2, 3 or 4 months, according to your personal preference. Pick your timeline and then your toothbrush, from an essential selection of quality, American-made brushes starting at as low as $1 per brush. Now get floss delivered as well along with your regular shipment. Delivery is free, and if you don’t love your service, you can cancel at any time, and Toothbrushsubscriptions.com will send you a free brush of your choice. Save time at the store and money on expensive brushes, and never go without a new brush, with Toothbrushsubscriptions.com.

“On its most basic level, Toothbushsubscriptions.com is about making people’s lives easier,” says Founder Dave Howe. “We want this to be one less thing you have to worry about.”

Howe explains that dental professionals recommend buying a new toothbrush at most every three months, as bristles begin to fray and lose their efficacy at fighting plaque and removing debris. But most people are too busy to make semi-regular runs to the pharmacy just to pick up a brush, and even if you buy in bulk, it’s difficult to keep track of how many months have passed since your last change.

“You know it’s time to switch because that’s when your brush shows up,” says Howe. “Brushing is important. Oral hygiene in general is important. That doesn’t mean it has to be complicated, though. We all want to keep our teeth clean, but that’s enough to deal with on its own. At Toothbrushsubscriptions.com, we want you to let us worry about getting you your toothbrush when you need it, so you can focus on the brushing part.

In 2012, the last year statistics were available, U.S. toothbrush sales amounted to $1.43 billion, only $641 million of which occurred in traditional drug stores. At least 62% of American households regularly use dental floss, according to Statitsta. Total ecommerce sales, meanwhile, jumped over 16% in 2013, to $261 billion.

“Toothbrushsubscriptions.com isn’t trying to reinvent the wheel, here. We’ve just taken a look at a basic need people have and thought about what we can do to meet that need in a way that fits the rest of their lives,” says Howe.

“When you look at the larger marketplace, you see that people are shopping online because it makes their lives easier. We’ve taken that a step further and said, ‘how can we help shoppers anticipate their own needs, so that even the shopping takes care of itself.’ If you know you’re going to need something every so often, why would you wait until that need arises to buy it? It’s so much simpler to do it all at once. That’s how I came up with the idea for Toothbrushsubscriptions.com.”

Howe points out that his is hardly the only business to perceive this market trend, mentioning companies like Birchbox, a delivery makeup service with some 400,000 subscribers and Zuora, a software-as-a-service company that enables subscription commerce and billing and has raised $132.2 million in capital to date as a prime example of the growing prominence of subscription-based ecommerce.

“This is about taking shopping, which right now is just another chore in a long list of tasks, and making it something proactive. ‘Life hacking’ is the new buzzword, but really, we’re not doing anything different than what businesses have always done: try and help people organize their lives to be less stressful. It’s just that with the internet, there are different possibilities for how to do that, and we’re one of a number of companies that are looking into new entry points into people’s routines, people’s lives, where we see the potential for more efficiency, more simplicity. The brushes are great, the price is competitive, and it’s one less thing to do: it just makes sense.”

With “economic,” “luxury,” “baby,” “junior,” “newborn,” and ADA-approved “advantage” brushes, all with a range of color options, Toothbrushsubscriptions.com has choices for the entire family, all at no more than $5 per brush. Delivery is free of charge, and arrives straight to your door, on time, however often you want it.

ABOUT

Toothbrushsubscriptions.com is a company based out of Walnut, CA that hopes to promote dental care and oral hygiene by offering customers an easy solution to their dental product needs.

With the release of its new ad video, ToothBrushSubscriptions is re-launching to change the way Americans think about their dental shopping.

Toothbrushsubscriptions.com brings a new toothbrush directly to your door, every 1, 2, 3 or 4 months, according to your personal preference. Pick your timeline and then your toothbrush, from an essential selection of quality, American-made brushes starting at as low as $1 per brush. Now get floss delivered as well along with your regular shipment. Delivery is free, and if you don’t love your service, you can cancel at any time, and Toothbrushsubscriptions.com will send you a free brush of your choice. Save time at the store and money on expensive brushes, and never go without a new brush, with Toothbrushsubscriptions.com.

“On its most basic level, Toothbushsubscriptions.com is about making people’s lives easier,” says Founder Dave Howe. “We want this to be one less thing you have to worry about.”

Howe explains that dental professionals recommend buying a new toothbrush at most every three months, as bristles begin to fray and lose their efficacy at fighting plaque and removing debris. But most people are too busy to make semi-regular runs to the pharmacy just to pick up a brush, and even if you buy in bulk, it’s difficult to keep track of how many months have passed since your last change.

“You know it’s time to switch because that’s when your brush shows up,” says Howe. “Brushing is important. Oral hygiene in general is important. That doesn’t mean it has to be complicated, though. We all want to keep our teeth clean, but that’s enough to deal with on its own. At Toothbrushsubscriptions.com, we want you to let us worry about getting you your toothbrush when you need it, so you can focus on the brushing part.

In 2012, the last year statistics were available, U.S. toothbrush sales amounted to $1.43 billion, only $641 million of which occurred in traditional drug stores. At least 62% of American households regularly use dental floss, according to Statitsta. Total ecommerce sales, meanwhile, jumped over 16% in 2013, to $261 billion.

“Toothbrushsubscriptions.com isn’t trying to reinvent the wheel, here. We’ve just taken a look at a basic need people have and thought about what we can do to meet that need in a way that fits the rest of their lives,” says Howe.

“When you look at the larger marketplace, you see that people are shopping online because it makes their lives easier. We’ve taken that a step further and said, ‘how can we help shoppers anticipate their own needs, so that even the shopping takes care of itself.’ If you know you’re going to need something every so often, why would you wait until that need arises to buy it? It’s so much simpler to do it all at once. That’s how I came up with the idea for Toothbrushsubscriptions.com.”

Howe points out that his is hardly the only business to perceive this market trend, mentioning companies like Birchbox, a delivery makeup service with some 400,000 subscribers and Zuora, a software-as-a-service company that enables subscription commerce and billing and has raised $132.2 million in capital to date as a prime example of the growing prominence of subscription-based ecommerce.

“This is about taking shopping, which right now is just another chore in a long list of tasks, and making it something proactive. ‘Life hacking’ is the new buzzword, but really, we’re not doing anything different than what businesses have always done: try and help people organize their lives to be less stressful. It’s just that with the internet, there are different possibilities for how to do that, and we’re one of a number of companies that are looking into new entry points into people’s routines, people’s lives, where we see the potential for more efficiency, more simplicity. The brushes are great, the price is competitive, and it’s one less thing to do: it just makes sense.”

With “economic,” “luxury,” “baby,” “junior,” “newborn,” and ADA-approved “advantage” brushes, all with a range of color options, Toothbrushsubscriptions.com has choices for the entire family, all at no more than $5 per brush. Delivery is free of charge, and arrives straight to your door, on time, however often you want it.

ABOUT

Toothbrushsubscriptions.com is a company based out of Walnut, CA that hopes to promote dental care and oral hygiene by offering customers an easy solution to their dental product needs.

With the release of its new ad video, ToothBrushSubscriptions is re-launching to change the way Americans think about their dental shopping.

Toothbrushsubscriptions.com brings a new toothbrush directly to your door, every 1, 2, 3 or 4 months, according to your personal preference. Pick your timeline and then your toothbrush, from an essential selection of quality, American-made brushes starting at as low as $1 per brush. Now get floss delivered as well along with your regular shipment. Delivery is free, and if you don’t love your service, you can cancel at any time, and Toothbrushsubscriptions.com will send you a free brush of your choice. Save time at the store and money on expensive brushes, and never go without a new brush, with Toothbrushsubscriptions.com.

“On its most basic level, Toothbushsubscriptions.com is about making people’s lives easier,” says Founder Dave Howe. “We want this to be one less thing you have to worry about.”

Howe explains that dental professionals recommend buying a new toothbrush at most every three months, as bristles begin to fray and lose their efficacy at fighting plaque and removing debris. But most people are too busy to make semi-regular runs to the pharmacy just to pick up a brush, and even if you buy in bulk, it’s difficult to keep track of how many months have passed since your last change.

“You know it’s time to switch because that’s when your brush shows up,” says Howe. “Brushing is important. Oral hygiene in general is important. That doesn’t mean it has to be complicated, though. We all want to keep our teeth clean, but that’s enough to deal with on its own. At Toothbrushsubscriptions.com, we want you to let us worry about getting you your toothbrush when you need it, so you can focus on the brushing part.

In 2012, the last year statistics were available, U.S. toothbrush sales amounted to $1.43 billion, only $641 million of which occurred in traditional drug stores. At least 62% of American households regularly use dental floss, according to Statitsta. Total ecommerce sales, meanwhile, jumped over 16% in 2013, to $261 billion.

“Toothbrushsubscriptions.com isn’t trying to reinvent the wheel, here. We’ve just taken a look at a basic need people have and thought about what we can do to meet that need in a way that fits the rest of their lives,” says Howe.

“When you look at the larger marketplace, you see that people are shopping online because it makes their lives easier. We’ve taken that a step further and said, ‘how can we help shoppers anticipate their own needs, so that even the shopping takes care of itself.’ If you know you’re going to need something every so often, why would you wait until that need arises to buy it? It’s so much simpler to do it all at once. That’s how I came up with the idea for Toothbrushsubscriptions.com.”

Howe points out that his is hardly the only business to perceive this market trend, mentioning companies like Birchbox, a delivery makeup service with some 400,000 subscribers and Zuora, a software-as-a-service company that enables subscription commerce and billing and has raised $132.2 million in capital to date as a prime example of the growing prominence of subscription-based ecommerce.

“This is about taking shopping, which right now is just another chore in a long list of tasks, and making it something proactive. ‘Life hacking’ is the new buzzword, but really, we’re not doing anything different than what businesses have always done: try and help people organize their lives to be less stressful. It’s just that with the internet, there are different possibilities for how to do that, and we’re one of a number of companies that are looking into new entry points into people’s routines, people’s lives, where we see the potential for more efficiency, more simplicity. The brushes are great, the price is competitive, and it’s one less thing to do: it just makes sense.”

With “economic,” “luxury,” “baby,” “junior,” “newborn,” and ADA-approved “advantage” brushes, all with a range of color options, Toothbrushsubscriptions.com has choices for the entire family, all at no more than $5 per brush. Delivery is free of charge, and arrives straight to your door, on time, however often you want it.

ABOUT

Toothbrushsubscriptions.com is a company based out of Walnut, CA that hopes to promote dental care and oral hygiene by offering customers an easy solution to their dental product needs.

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