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Gamma Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Announces Key Appointment in Sales and Marketing
Date:3/7/2012

ST. PAUL, Minn., March 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Gamma Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: GMPM.PK) announced today, that Bruce Renick, a senior industry insider, has agreed to join Gamma, initially on the Board of Advisors, later as fulltime Executive Vice President of Sales, once resources permit.  Bruce Renick was most recently the Executive Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing for TwinLab, one of the world's largest vitamin and nutraceutical companies.  At TwinLab, Bruce launched multiple product lines and line extensions and increased margins by revenue stream across product categories. 

Bruce is assisting management to develop and later to drive a more comprehensive sales plan, creating a timeline for product launches and growing the internal functions to make Gamma Pharmaceuticals an industry leader of cutting-edge delivery system technologies in the supplement category. 

Gamma's President, Joe Cunningham commented, "We are happy that Bruce has agreed to join Gamma.  Last autumn, we changed management positions to put more focus on making sales.  If we were missing one person in our management team, it was a true industry sales professional, an experienced insider with retail contacts who can close a sale and execute.  Bruce is that guy." 

About Gamma Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Gamma Pharmaceuticals, Inc., (www.gammapharma.com) is a marketing and product formulation company selling its own branded products through wholesalers and direct to retailers, both in the US and internationally.  Gamma's core focus is the marketing and sale of vitamins and nutriceuticals, OTC pharmaceutical products and personal care products in the United States.   Branded nutritional supplements are sold under the trademarks Brilliant Choice™ nutritional supplements featuring the call to action "You've made a brilliant choice for your
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