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ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. Reports International Sales Expansion
Date:9/12/2007

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va., Sept. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. today reported to its board of directors that it has expanded its international customer base to include England, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.

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"These sales began to come in as a result of soldiers and relatives of Americans who experienced success using the ReBuilder System(R). Through word of mouth and the targeted expansion of our international web outreach we saw an increase in sales from foreign countries." says Daena Carter, CFO for ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. "So a few months ago, we developed our website to accommodate these sales with its related shipping and tariff challenges. Now we advertise in these countries and are receiving a steady flow of customers. I expect that we will now increase sales in 2007 to over $4M. Next year should be even better as we identify additional distributors."

We have shipped to Australia, United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, and several other countries. "As a result of the increase in sales from foreign countries we are actively seeking distributors and international representation for our products" states Daena Carter. The International Diabetes Federation estimates that more than 230 million people worldwide now live with diabetes. Neuropathy is known to affect more than 30% of all diabetes sufferers. "As we recruit international partners in these and other countries," says Daena Carter, "we ship to them in bulk and save on shipping charges. In addition, overseas partners can translate the sales materials into their own language, and handle customer service without the translation issues. ReBuilder Medical Technologies, Inc. prides itself on excellent customer service and customers are always more comfortable taking to a customer service representative
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