Procter & Gamble deems Phoenix all-time sweatiest
[Source: Lisa Biank Fasig, Phoenix Business Journal] — Phoenix has gone to the pits again, ranking as the sweatiest city in six of the past eight years. The dubious honor is handed out by the Procter & Gamble Co. brand Old Spice, which since 2002 has measured the country’s sweatiest cities.
Phoenix has led the Annual Top-100 Sweatiest Cities list for the fourth consecutive year. Over the time of the competition, the city has yielded an average summertime temperature of 94 degrees. The result? The average Phoenix resident producing 27.7 ounces of sweat per hour — the equivalent of more than five gallons of milk per day. Following Phoenix on the list are San Antonio, Texas; Las Vegas; Dallas and Houston. [Note: To read the full article, click here.]
Posted on July 1, 2009, in Health Care, Livability, Weather and tagged America's sweatiest, Dallas, Houston, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Procter & Gamble, San Antonio. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.