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iLife Americas, LLC Enters U.S. Wellness and Therapeutic Markets
Date:10/21/2009

Company's pioneering iLife products and innovative business models capture investors' interest.

Miami, FL (PRWEB) October 21, 2009 -- iLife Americas, LLC, a leading developer and marketer of wellness products, announced today that it is conducting business in the U.S. to market its line of iLife wellness and therapeutic products. Officially opened on September 1, 2009, the company is an expansion of sister companies that have operated throughout Europe for the past 15 years. iLife Americas is positioned for exponential growth in the U.S. as indicated by future projections in the alternative medicine, sports medicine, preventive healthcare and wellness industries.

iLife Americas is establishing regional master dealers for product distribution throughout the U.S. Each master dealer manages a network of dealerships and sales representatives. The company is currently seeking qualified master dealers to expand its core team.

Preferred partnerships are also being formed with premier hotels and spas to generate recurring revenue through a diversity of business models. Hotels and spas can provide iLife wellness treatments to their clients and sell the product for personal home use.

Another business model directed to corporations presents major investor opportunities. Corporate wellness licenses are awarded to those having qualified financial investment. This business concept promotes the establishment of corporate wellness programs for employees and realizes cost-savings for businesses by improving employee productivity, performance and well-being, while reducing their time off from work due to illness.

iLife products are well suited for the therapeutic market, bringing practitioners and physical therapists supplemental income by providing their clients with treatments and product sales. iLife treatments support and enhance routine treatments that are administered to these
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