KINGWOOD, Texas, March 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- International Merchant Advisors, Inc. (Pink Sheets: IMAI) www.imaiinc.com CEO Mel Roseman will appear live on the Bill Chippas show today, March 11, 2010 at 6:20 pm EST. Mr. Roseman's interview will follow Rush Limbaugh's regular show scheduled on WPSL AM 1590 in Port San Lucie, Florida earlier today. Mr. Roseman's interview will cover the company's newly announced plans for the development of wellness centers with medical marijuana clinics and the IMAI pending acquisition of Organic Science, Inc. and other growth plans in this area. The show is broadcast live on WPSL AM 1590 in Florida, or listen live on the internet at www.wpsl.com.
About International Merchant Advisors, Inc.
International Merchant Advisors, Inc. (IMAI) www.imaiinc.com is an international business banker and builder of companies focused on the development of Wellness Centers and Medical Marijuana clinics as a natural alternative for individuals suffering from chronic pain. IMAI intends to bring professional systems and controls to this highly fragmented mom and pop business, with medical supervision and legal compliance standards designed to raise the performance bar for those entering this highly regulated business segment. The company will acquire existing businesses, license and develop new clinics, and will act as an operations manager for non profit entities that dispense medical marijuana.
IMAI provides direct access to the critical tools necessary to satisfy the growth requirements of international emerging and re-emerging public and private companies. These tools include providing strategic advisory services, capital raising strategies, direct access to capital markets, and organizational development and business plan execution.
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