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InSound Medical Kicks Off "Tell Us Your Story" Contest
Date:9/15/2009

Contest gives people a chance to win a Lyric Hearing device for one year.

Newark, CA (PRWEB) September 15, 2009 -- InSound Medical, manufacturer and developer of Lyric®, the first 100 percent invisible, extended wear hearing device, today announced the kickoff of the "Tell Us Your Lyric Hearing Story" Contest. Lyric wearers have the opportunity to win a free year of Lyric Hearing by answering the question: "What do you love about Lyric? "

"Lyric is a unique solution for people with hearing loss because it works 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for up to 4 months at a time. People can shower, sleep, exercise, and do their daily routine without the daily hassles of a traditional hearing aid, and it is 100% invisible, said Susan Whichard, vice president of marketing at InSound Medical. "Because the product is so unique, many people are able to do activities they had difficulty doing with traditional hearing aids, and they are able to hear and engage with family and friends. This contest helps people share their stories and provides a chance to win a free year of Lyric Hearing.

The "Tell Us Your Lyric Hearing Story" Contest is open to Lyric wearers 18 and older. Nominations can be submitted in the form of an essay or a video through November 14, 2009, either by mail or on the Lyric Hearing website. The winner will be announced on November 20, 2009 and showcased on the Lyric Hearing Web site and on the Lyric Hearing Facebook page.

For more information and to enter to win, please visit www.lyrichearing.com.

About InSound Medical
InSound Medical, Inc. is a privately-held medical device company established to develop advanced hearing aid technology. The company's introductory product, Lyric®, is a revolutionary device placed deep in the ear canal to provide outstanding and continuous hearing for up to four months at a time. It has 24 Patents issued and 16 pending. Lyric became available through select audiologists in mid-2008. Only a health care proffesional can determine if Lyric is right for you. For more information, visit www.lyrichearing.com.

Contest Rules:
Void in AZ, MD, ND, and VT, and where prohibited. Ends at 11:59:59 PM ET on 11/13/09. Open only to legal residents of the 50 United States and D.C. (excluding AZ, MD, ND, and VT), 18 or older and current Lyric users. Prize may require a hearing examination or medical consultation and prescription for continued use of Lyric and may not be appropriate for everyone. Winner may select cash equivalent. ARV of prize: $3,300.
Sponsored by: InSound Medical, Inc. For full contest entry rules, visit www.lyrichearing.com/contestrules.

Media Contact:
Rory Mohon
McGrath/Power Public Relations
408-727-0351

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