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HearAtLast Holdings, Inc. Provides Shareholder Update
Date:1/4/2008

se to our television campaign on CNBC's business channels produced many promising leads.

HearAtLast currently operates within 14 Canadian Wal-Mart locations. We also recently announced the opening of our new clinic in the Sam's Club located at 255 Silver Linden Drive in Richmond Hill, Ontario. The HearAtLast clinic model utilized in Sam's Club is a specially designed, modular building, constructed to provide maximum portability. Although we previously announced our intention to open our first Sam's Club location in Vaughan, Ontario, the subsequent opportunity to open the Richmond Hill location proved to be a preferable option.

Much of the early successes that we've had have been due to our quality products, excellent customer service, and our strong relationship with Wal- Mart Canada. The fact that our clinics are often located in high-traffic areas in many of the new Wal-Mart stores in Canada has been exceptionally beneficial for us. We are confident our unique concept and strategic locations will provide us the opportunity to achieve many of our goals, one of which includes exceeding the standard sales averages in the hearing heath industry. We look forward to a prosperous and exciting 2008 and want to thank all of our shareholders for their continued support and confidence in our company.

HearAtLast Stores are currently located in the following Wal-Mart locations:

Wal-Mart Store # 5742

150 McEwan Dr.E.

Bolton On., L7E-2Y3

Wal-Mart Store #3016

881 St Clair St. Extension

Chatham On., N7M-5J7

Wal-Mart Store # 3031

165 North Queen St.

Etobicoke On., M9C-1A7

Wal-Mart Store # 3050

1280 Fanshawe Park Rd. W.

London On., N6G-1B5

Wal-Mart Store #3131

2210 Bank St.

Ottawa On., K1V-1J5

Wal-Mart Store #3082

1444 Quinn Dr.

Sarnia On., N7T-7H4

Wal-Mart Store #3159

1900 Eglington Ave. E

Scarborough Ont., M1L-2L9


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