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Rapid Fire Marketing Initiates Retail Marketing Plan for Company’s Electronic Cigarette

CARSON CITY, Nev., May 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Rapid Fire Marketing, (RFMK–Pink OTC) initiates The Company’s marketing plan to begin retail sales of its proprietary electronic cigarette through traditional outlets such as convenience stores, gas station chains and wholesale warehouse stores. The Company will rely on seasoned experts in the field of sales with existing relationships with large retail stores, chains and buyers to penetrate this second phase of marketing. The Company has experienced a substantial increase in traffic and brand awareness since the first phase of marketing began through the internet and action sports sponsorship. [wikichart align="right" ticker="RFMK" showannotations="true" livequote="true" rollingdate="6 months" width="390" height="245"]

The Company’s branded electronic cigarette “Bionic Cigs”, is rapidly becoming a recognized name throughout the industry, with over a 99% satisfaction rate from its users. It is this type of reputation and quality that will attract major retail chains to the brand. Rapid Fire Marketing oversees the production of The Company’s proprietary electronic cigarette, from design to manufacturing. It is The Company’s goal to emerge as the premiere e-cigarette provider to this growing market.

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