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Imagenetix, Inc. Appoints Bill Toomey to Its Board of Directors
Date:6/30/2011

SAN DIEGO, June 30, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Imagenetix, Inc. (OTCBB:IAGX) announced today it has appointed Bill Toomey to its board of directors.

Commenting on the appointment, Mr. William Spencer, Imagenetix Chief Executive Officer said, "We are pleased that Bill has agreed to join our board and bring to us his extensive experience with Fortune 500 health related companies.  We will benefit greatly from his past experiences and high level business contacts to help position our proprietary health technologies."  

Mr. Toomey stated, "I certainly look forward to having a role on the Imagenetix board as I consider it to be advancing the cause of fitness products and other research oriented formulas that are an important part of the growing use of natural products to affect better health."

About Bill Toomey

Bill has used global influence as a world class athlete and leader of the International Olympic movement to benefit many.  He was the 1968 Olympic gold medalist in the decathlon, a past Sullivan Award winner (top USA athlete), ABC Athlete of the Year, and the Associated Press Amateur and Professional Athlete of the Year.  He is a past president of the International Olympic Committee's Alumni Association; was a Presidential advisor to the Peace Corps and a member of Gerald Ford's Presidential Commission on Olympic Sport. Bill received a Master's Degree from Stanford University and currently lectures at the University of California Davis.

About Imagenetix

Imagenetix, based in San Diego, California, is an innovator of scientifically tested, natural-based, proprietary, bioceutical products developed to enhance human health on a global basis.  Imagenetix develops and formulates propriety over-the-counter topical creams, skincare products and nutritional supplements to be marketed globally through multiple channels of distribution.  In addition, the company develops patentable compounds for ent
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