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PuraMed BioScience®, Inc., Launches a Marketing Blitz for LipiGesic® M, Its Clinically-Tested Migraine Pain Reliever in the Denver, CO Region to Coincide with the NACDS's Marketplace 2012 Trade Convention
Date:6/12/2012

SCHOFIELD, Wis., June 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- PuraMed BioScience®, Inc., (OTCBB: PMBS) announced today that they will be attending NACDS's tradeshow, Marketplace 2012, being held in Denver, Colorado between June 23- 26, 2012.

In conjunction with the event, PuraMed BioScience is implementing a media blitz for LipiGesic® M, which has been clinically tested by leading US headache specialists and found to be a safe, highly effective, first-line therapy for treating migraine pain and its associated symptoms.

Attendance at the annual NACDS conference, will give PuraMed BioScience the opportunity to introduce LipiGesic M to over 230 retail companies that represent over 145,000 retail outlets. "We have already scheduled over 30 appointments with key wholesalers and retailers from all across the company," said Russ Mitchell, president and CEO of PuraMed BioScience.

"Now that we have established national distribution with our main retail partners, it is time to expand our distribution," said Mitchell. "The NACDS Marketplace 2012 is the best place to begin this process. There is no other trade event where we can get our clinically-tested Migraine treatment product in front of this many distribution opportunities at one time."

Coinciding with the NACDS Marketplace 2012 tradeshow, PuraMed BioScience has planned and is executing its most extensive advertising campaign to date.

The marketing blitz was developed to introduce consumers in the Denver region to the benefits, effectiveness and availability of clinically-tested LipiGesic M.

The eight-week media push, which will include newspaper, radio, television and in-store video displays, will begin in Denver, Colorado, but will also include areas around the region such as Colorado Springs, Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Albuquerque, New Mexico.

"We are testing this type of 'media-blitz' advertising in the Denver region to see if it can be then be used as a model to car
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