Sperm Bank Seeks Red-Haired Donors in Seattle

October 5, 2011

European Sperm Bank USA is actively seeking red-haired donors contrary to other banks.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 05, 2011

The European Sperm Bank USA (ESB-USA), with a lab located in Seattle, Washington, and its partner cryobank, the European Sperm Bank (ESB), with labs located in Copenhagen and Aarhus, Denmark, is actively seeking red-haired sperm donors. Gary Olsem, Managing Director of ESB-USA, said that âœWe cannot keep up with our demand for red-haired, and blond donors, particularly for families in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada and Australia. We hope that potential donors are not discouraged from applying by stories in the media. Demand for our donors continues to increase all over the globe, and we urge healthy men aged 18-40 of all ethnic backgrounds- and hair colors- to apply.â

A viral storm of stories across the globe about â˜gingersâ was kicked off by Richard Orange, the Sweden-based correspondent for the UKâs Telegraph, with his September 16th report that the Cryos Sperm Bank has so much red-haired donor inventory that, according to its owner Ole Schou, âœOur stock is about to explode.â The stories included a report aired on Good Morning America, with NBCâs correspondent Stephanie Gosk interviewing Schou, who stated that the reason for the plummeting demand for Cryos sperm from his labs in Denmark âœâ¦is that we have too many Scandinavians only.â Schou is holding a â˜saleâ and is turning away red or blond-haired donor applicants.

At ESB-USA, Managing Director Olsem stated that: âœWith our high quality Open ID donors and effective screening and testing, we find that we cannot keep up with demand world-wide. Our clients do want redheads (and blonds and brunettes), so we hope that prospective red-haired donors apply soon in Seattle, Aarhus and Copenhagen.â

For information, contact: Gary Olsem, Managing Director. Phone 206.588.1484


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