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Winner Medical Launches Its First Online PurCotton(R) Store in China on Taobao.com
Date:7/29/2010

ut China. In addition, Winner will participate in Taobao Mall special promotions, which reward consumers with free products once they achieve specified spending thresholds. Winner will also offer discounts on certain products during certain time periods, plans to setup a product trial center in its online store, and will mail out free samples to consumers, in an effort to drive traffic to its online store and to further build brand awareness of its PurCotton(R) products.

PurCotton(R) promotes medical grade, 100% cotton products for daily use and the concept that utilizing these high quality products will improve the users' everyday life. The main distribution channels include chain stores (PurCotton(R) stores), on-line sales, supermarkets and wholesales to large customers. This is the Company's first initiative to establish PurCotton(R) business-to-consumer online stores in order to address the consumer's evolving shopping preferences. The Company is also planning to build its own B2C trading website that will be co-branded through its retail stores, in addition to other online mediums to reach a much broader customer base throughout China.

PurCotton(R) is a non-woven fabric made with 100% natural cotton products. PurCotton promotes the concept of "Let medical products be close to your life, Let pure cotton improve your health." Using PurCotton(R) patented technology, the company develops many healthy, comfortable, safe and environmentally friendly daily care and home living products. PurCotton(R) products are classified into four main categories: baby personal products, feminine personal products, daily home care products and medical care products. The raw materials of all PurCotton(R) products are imported from the United States, are natural cotton and additive-free.


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