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Rapid Fire Marketing Funds Development of Second Generation Vapor Inhaler
Date:4/20/2012

CARSON CITY, Nev., April 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Rapid Fire Marketing (Pink Sheets: RFMK) announced today that the Company has negotiated a deal with a California Manufacturer to begin the development of the Pocket Puffer and the Power Pocket Puffer. Development is anticipated to begin early next. Once all specifications are met, the manufacturing facility will set up the new unit for production. Rapid Fire Marketing will also file for a patent of the new device once complete and approved.

"It is important to continue to upgrade products, make improvements as well as create new products. This is a fast moving business and to stay ahead of the competitors, we must have something new and better in development all the time," said Tom Allinder, CEO of Rapid Fire Marketing.

"It has been a dream of mine to design a product from the start. I am going to incorporate ideas and technology I have seen in my many years in this industry along with some improvements that have been needed on personal vapor devices," said Judah Neiditch of Otherside Health Management. "With the research done, and great trust in our development team, I see a future device that works with both plant matter and oils, doesn't over heat, is discrete, portable and small, doesn't drip, is easy to travel with, and works right the first time and every time thereafter. The group we have decided to develop this revolutionary product with has developed vaporizers in the past and I have complete faith in their abilities to take my ideas and create the device I, and many others, have waited years for. This will be industry-changing technology, developed by an actual user, for a price that impacts the market, and sets the standard for all products that follow. With technology partnerships, our own manufacturers and distribution points around the globe, my dream is becoming a rea
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