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ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. Celebrates Five Years and 50,000th Shipment
Date:10/23/2007

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va., Oct. 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- After five successful years of steady growth, ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. (Pink Sheets: RBRM) announced today that it is celebrating five years of continued operations by shipping out its 50,000th order, and sales growth that indicates reaching 100,000 orders by the end of 2008.

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"Our ReBuilder for Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy has been a steady winner for us. Today we celebrate our 50,000th shipment. Some of these orders were for the ReBuilder electronic device, some were for the consumable support products that the patients consume, and others were for the Phillips Molluscum Treatment System(TM) and its consumables. The ReBuilder System(R) itself can stand alone, and produces 100% profit margins, however, we have offered accessories and refills on its consumables and all together, with the new customers and the returning customers who re-order their supplies, we are happy to have reached this milestone," says David B. Phillips, Ph.D. CEO of ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc.

"Our sales have been growing regularly and as a result of about 33% of our sales coming from referrals from happy customers, and the new marketing partners, we hope to ship an additional 50,000 orders, in the next year, and have geared production, inventory control, and general management practices accordingly. It takes new practices to cope with the sales and customer service any company is accustomed to," said David B. Phillips, Company CEO, at the end of this interview. The anticipated 50,000 shipments should take us to the next level in mass marketing.

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