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HearAtLast Spokesperson Walter Gretzky and President Robert Oswald to be Featured on Three TV Segments in Conjunction with Ottawa Store Opening
Date:12/3/2007

TORONTO, Dec. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- (Pink Sheets: HRAL) HearAtLast Holdings, Inc. announced today that their Official Spokesperson for Canada, Walter Gretzky, and HearAtLast president Robert Oswald will be featured on three news stations in Ottawa, Ontario on Monday, December 3, 2007. These interviews and features are taking place in conjunction with the grand opening of the 15th HearAtLast clinic that will be co-located in Wal-Mart Store #3065 located at 3900 Innes Road in Orleans, Ontario. These scheduled interviews are the latest in a series of press and publicity appearances that Mr. Gretzky and Mr. Oswald have made across Canada to promote the openings of several new HearAtLast locations.

The news segments featuring HearAtLast will begin at 7:00am EST with A-Channel Morning News Ottawa followed by a live interview on Daytime on Channel 22 at 11am EST. The closing segment will be filmed onsite for airing on CTV News at Six at the new HearAtLast location in Orleans (a suburb of Ottawa) at 3pm EST. CTV will capture the live appearance of Mr. Gretzky, dubbed "Canada's Number One Hockey Dad" with Mr. Oswald as they kickoff the grand opening of the new location.

"We couldn't be more pleased with the tremendous response we are getting when Walter appears at our HearAtLast locations. The publicity has been great and we are just getting started!" said Robert Oswald, President of HearAtLast.

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

Wal-Mart Store #5742 Wal-Mart Store #3016 Wal-Mart Store #3031

150 McEwan Dr. E. 881 St Clair Extension 165 North Queen St.

Bolton On., L7E-2Y3 Chatham On., N7M-5J7 Etobicoke On., M9C-1A7

Wal-Mart Store #3050 Wal-Mart Store #3131 Wal-Mart Store #3082

1280 Fanshawe Park Rd. W 2210 Bank St. 1444 Quinn Dr.

London On., N6G-1B5 Ottawa On., K1V-1J5 Sarnia On., N7T-7H4

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