Abita Springs, LA-When 42-year-old tax attorney and divorced mother of 3 Kathryn Fortgang sat down to watch a rerun of HGTV's House Hunters today, the last thing she expected was to have her life irrevocably changed by a commercial for air freshener.
"I had just yelled at some ridiculous couple from Chicago who didn't want a perfect house because their table might not fit in the dining room," Fortgang explains. "There I was, so full of rage. So full of pride. I was living a wasted life of emptiness and regret. That's all changed now. You just can't go back after an experience like that."
Joining a long list of people in recent years who have credited Glade products with turning their miserable godforsaken lives around, Fortgang has taken things a step further than most. Pledging to bring the healing wisdom of Glade, an S. C. Johnson and Son brand of air fresheners, to as many people as will hear its uplifting message of hope and redemption, Fortgang has quit her job and will be embarking a on door to door crusade. "Sometimes a choice has to be made, to move forward or remain stagnant. I choose to live a life of meaning. Meaning and apple cinnamon."