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Kimberly (Lewis) Elliott Joins LABS Inc. as Sales Manager
Date:1/26/2011

CENTENNIAL, Colo., Jan. 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- LABS Inc., the premier transplant reference and consultative laboratory in the country, today announced that Kimberly Elliott has joined the Company as Sales Manager. Elliott brings more than a decade of experience in the donor and tissue services industry. At LABS Inc. Elliott will be responsible for expanding services to existing clientele, entering new markets and building national sales and customer support teams.

Elliott comes to LABS Inc. from CryoLife, Inc., and Community Tissue Services, which are very valued customers of LABS Inc. Elliott is also very active with industry trade associations American Association of Tissue Banks and the Association of Organ Procurement Organizations Tissue Council.

"Kimberly will be a tremendous asset to LABS Inc. amidst this period of assertive growth," said Elizabeth Hearty, Chief Executive Officer of LABS Inc. "We are thrilled to add an industry veteran to our roster in the Sales Manager role. Armed with her impressive accomplishments and skill set, we are confident Kimberly will be strategic in servicing our customers."

LABS Inc. has been serving the transplant community for nearly 30 years in the areas of infectious disease, immunogenetics and microbiology, bringing unparalleled consultative and regulatory expertise to its customers. In 2009 LABS Inc. brought its expertise to blood collection programs nationwide and now offers a complete testing menu to its blood services clients. LABS Inc.'s proven ability to manage partnerships and transport samples effectively and efficiently with timely result reporting provides the blood services community with an alternative resource for all testing needs.

About LABS Inc.

LABS Inc. is a premier transplant medicine reference laboratory bringing unparalleled consultative expertise and industry knowledge to its clients. Testing is focused on donor eligibility determination and final
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