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'Home Improvement' Star Debbe Dunning is New smartTOUCH Spokesperson
Date:9/16/2008

Popular actress and mother of two to promote company's highly secure, do it

yourself, smartTOUCH(R) finger activated products

JERICHO, N.Y., Sept. 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- bioMETRX Inc., (OTC Bulletin Board: BMRX), today announced that it has hired Debbe Dunning as the company's new spokesperson for its smartTOUCH(R) product line as it embarks upon an advertising campaign directed at the Home Improvement market.

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Debbe Dunning, the stunning actress who played "Heidi -- the Tool Time Girl" on the beloved "Home Improvement" TV series featuring Tim Allen and Richard Karn, will host several product online instructional videos, as well as appear at trade shows, and in TV and print ads that feature the company's products. "Debbe is the perfect spokesperson for our company. She is well known in her role over 8 seasons on Home Improvement, as well as appearing in numerous TV commercials for Foot Locker(TM) and Taco Bell(TM) and TV series Wicked, and Baywatch. She is a real hands on do it yourselfer and is a mother of two young children who understands the need for simple to use home improvement products that help simplify families lives," noted Lorraine Yarde, COO at bioMETRX.

"I am thrilled to be working with bioMETRX and to introduce its smartTOUCH(R) products to the Home Improvement world. These products use special finger touch technology that actually makes the products so smart, they can recognize you. You can throw away your keys, and forget your PIN codes because smartTOUCH(R) products do the work for you. smartTOUCH(R) products are simple to install, and simple to use. My whole family loves using these products. A simple touch of a finger, and they can open a door," noted Ms. Dunning. "I installed and programmed my smartTOUCH(R) garage door opener myself, and my kids use it e
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