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HearAtLast Continues Expansion Announcing Opening of New Clinic Location in Sam's Club in Richmond Hill, Ontario
Date:12/10/2007

TORONTO, Dec. 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- (Pink Sheets: HRAL) -- HearAtLast Holdings, Inc. is proud to announce that it has received its 16th license from Wal-Mart Canada (NYSE: WMT) to open its 16th hearing-aid clinic to be co-located within the Sam's Club located at 255 Silver Linden Dr. in Richmond Hill, Ontario. The new clinic officially opened over the weekend on Saturday, December 8, 2007. This expansion is a direct result of the Company exercising its option under a master licensing agreement with Wal-Mart Canada Corp. which allows HearAtLast to open hearing aid clinics within numerous Wal- Mart and Sam's locations throughout Canada.

HearAtLast will utilize a specially designed, prefabricated, 220 square foot portable structure designed especially for Sam's Club locations. The modular design of this clinic will provide portability as it can be broken down and reassembled in various locations throughout the store as needed.

While the company will continue co-location programs within the traditional Wal-Mart Stores as well as the Wal-Mart Super Centers, the new portable, prefabricated clinic model designed for Sam's, will allow HearAtLast to expand to new locations with relative ease. Management feels the dual model roll-out will afford the company flexibility as well as being a vital component to drive revenue growth.

"It is an exciting time for us as we continue to add new locations throughout Canada." said Robert Oswald, President of HearAtLast. "We couldn't be more pleased with our roll-out in Canada thus far and we look forward to the opening of our first U.S. location in The Villages, Florida, this coming January of 2008." added Oswald.

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