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PainReliever.com Earns Inc. 5000 Award
Date:8/27/2010

WICHITA, Kan., Aug. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Inc. Magazine/Inc.com selects online retail company PainReliever.com (Pain Relievers, Inc.) as one of the 5,000 fastest growing companies in the United States. PainReliever.com is owned by Norris E-Commerce Management, Inc and this is the second time that a store from Norris E-Commerce Management has won this prestigious award. In 2008, iFurn.com, Inc. was awarded as an Inc. 5000 recipient.

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"We are very proud of this honor because it is a testament to the hard work of everyone involved," said Tracy Norris, CEO of Norris E-Commerce Management. "It has been a hard economic environment in the past year but with our company's focus in providing a great online experience for pain relieving products and superior customer service, the company still grew 31% last year. I believe the stress of the economic situation has led to customers searching for better pricing on the web for products such as orthopedic pillows, ice packs, supports and braces, and daily living and mobility aids for seniors."

For over 30 years the annual Inc. 5000 List has recognized the fastest growing private businesses in the nation, and has in the past included notable names such as Microsoft, Intuit and Oracle. Norris states: "With a new ownership interest in Dripowder, LLC. (Dripowder.com), a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), I expect to see continued growth in the Medical and Healthcare arenas by selling to the largest purchaser of goods and
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