CHARLES TOWN, W. Va., Feb. 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- American Med Tech, Inc. (Pink Sheets: RBRM) today announced that their CEO, Executive VP and International Marketing Manager have returned from a mysterious "fact finding" visit to an as yet unnamed suitor.
"We discussed first and foremost adapting certain of our diabetic personal hygiene product line that utilizes proprietary silver to enable them to put these products on the shelves of thousands of retail pharmacies all across the USA," said David Phillips, Ph.D. CEO.
Additionally, Dr. Phillips reports: "We also discussed several other things that I am not at liberty to reveal right now."
Finally, Dr. Phillips told reporters today: "It would have to be important for this many key managers to travel together."
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