CARSON CITY, Nev., April 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Rapid Fire Marketing (Pink Sheets: RFMK) announced today that a second order of the Vapor Inhaler's CANNAcig model has been submitted to the Company's Manufacturer this week. This shipment of 2,000 units is marked for ecommerce sales through the online store and affiliate websites along with distributors in California and Arizona. Vapor Inhaler's CANNAcig model will be sold to both Medical Marijuana Cooperatives for patients, Doctor's Offices for recommended use by a Physician, and normal retail outlets such as store fronts, smoke shops, liquor stores and other outlets where vapor inhalation devices can be found. The second round shipment will include better and more attractive packaging as well as an upgrade to a slimmer mouthpiece.
"I am happy we finally have this order underway. It took some serious funding to order this many units but our margins are great and we intend to keep reinvesting the principle and profits into new orders. I am working with distributors in the Eastern U.S. while OHM is working in the Western U.S.," said Tom Allinder, CEO of Rapid Fire Marketing.
"With the success of the first shipment I'm thrilled to see another ordered. The demand at Otherside Health Management has been daily along with inquiries from both local smoke shops that have seen Tabu's success and other retail shops from here to the East. I am assured we have the units to cover the requests," said Judah Neiditch of Otherside Health Management. "I am impressed with the upgraded packaging. Coupled with the same great unit inside, which incorporates new features we strived to improve on, I see this device being a great hit in every way," said Neiditch.
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