Picking Up Top Athlete Endorsers, Myo-Med Makes Expo Splash
PLEASANT GROVE, Utah, March 9 /PRNewswire/ -- What's in a name? For the fledgling pain relief brand Myo-Med (www.myomed.com), names like Tom Brady, LaDainian Tomlinson, Willie McGinest and Lisa Leslie are opening doors to truly helping people. Endorsements by professional athletes of this caliber usually accompany well-established brands. In this case, these athletes actually used the product for a couple of years before it was introduced to the public. Backed by these endorsements, Myo-Med has found its way onto the shelves of specialty retailers and fitness stores from coast to coast.
According to Wayne Beckstead, President of Myo-Med, the company now boasts more than 2,500 sales outlets. Given the relatively small sales force employed by the company, the number of reseller locations is a tribute to the product. The growth has been driven as much by consumer demand as by business to business marketing and sales.
"It's not uncommon," said Beckstead, "for us to get a call from a retailer whose customers have asked for Myo-Med. When store buyers and healthcare practitioners learn that we have endorsements from some of professional sports' biggest names, they jump on board and promote the product in their stores and healthcare practices. What makes us smile at the end of each day is that we've really given the world a better product and a great value. It's naturally going to keep growing."
For more information, visit www.myomed.com or contact one of their representatives at 866-696-6330.
Myo-Med was created by health professionals and is recommended by doctors and athletes for those who refuse to let sore muscles, arthritis, or back pain get in the way of living. Myo-Med provides pain relief through all-natural, toxin-free ingredients. Myo-Med's proprietary, all-natural nano delivery system carries anti-inflammatory ingredients deep into affected tissue to provide fast, lasting relief. It has been used effectively by those suffering such pain-causing ailments as arthritis, sports injuries, backache, strains, bruises and sprains.
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