Rapid Fire Marketing: Medical Cannabis Management's First Non-Profit Client in Production; Second Client Imminent

Sep 15, 2011, 09:00 ET from Rapid Fire Marketing

CARSON CITY, Nev., Sept. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Rapid Fire Marketing (OTC Pink: RFMK) announced today that Medical Cannabis Management's (MCM) first non-profit client is now in production. MCM is earning hourly consulting fees as well as a flat fee for each cultivation cycle. The non-profit organization is strictly following the guidelines set by the State of California to provide medical cannabis to the collective associated with the non-profit.

The Company is in negotiations with additional non-profits and is near an agreement with a second prospective client. MCM expects to continue signing up additional non-profit organizations that desire to cultivate medical cannabis in the state of California and expects the revenue derived to be a substantial part of the Company's growth.

"It has taken some time but our clients are in production now and realizing revenue shortly. We are especially excited about the fact that we are near a second agreement now and are in negotiations with several other non-profits," said Mike Amezquita, CEO of MCM. "We have several other directions to take this business, but right now we are very busy obtaining as many contracts as we can get. We knew there was a big market for consulting but it is proving to be bigger than we first anticipated. This is a good problem to have," said Amezquita.

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