CARSON CITY, Nev., April 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Rapid Fire Marketing (Pink Sheets: RFMK) announced today that their wholly owned subsidiary, Medical Cannabis Management (MCM), has been cleared through all legal channels to begin cultivation and growing of medical cannabis. Management of MCM believes that this new division of the Company's business will significantly increase revenue and earnings through 2011 and beyond. This represents a substantial and considerable income stream which the Company expects to realize within just a few months.
With the passing of Proposition 215, making medical cannabis legal in the state of California, Rapid Fire Marketing through MCM has entered the business of providing full service marketing, consulting and management services to this newly emerged industry, which will now include cultivation of medical cannabis. Rapid Fire Marketing is positioned to handle the demand of services needed by this new generation of small business entrepreneurs, with plans to capitalize on this exploding industry and generate revenue through service management contracts. Additional information can be found at http://www.medicalcannabismanagement.com.
"Needless to say, the legal ability to cultivate and grow medical cannabis would add a substantial amount of revenue to our business. We are in the process of finalizing details on the logistics of this new division of our business and we expect to be up and running by early summer," a Company spokesperson stated.
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SOURCE Rapid Fire Marketing