US Retail chain to distribute MyGirl™ product line

Oct 31, 2012, 08:02 ET from ISM International

CLEARWATER, Fla., Oct. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- ISM International (OTC Markets ISML.PK, Frankfurt:S5K)

Following initial negotiations with several large retails chains; ISM International is pleased to announce that it has secured a distribution deal with a well-known US Retail chain.  Details of the arrangements are not available for publication at this time.

The distribution agreement applies to the ISM International line of Organic Green Cosmetic MyGirl™ products, and this deal will introduce MyGirl™ Organic, Non Toxic, Non Flammable and No Offensive Odor Nail Polish Remover to retail chains in US and Canada.

ISM International CEO, Mario Quenneville, who won the 2001 Award in Europe for the best cosmetic of the year Biosolvant™ says, "Our product, MyGirl™ Remover is going into the manufacturing process and will be available soon.  We have also started product testing of our new product for women called MyGirl™ SWATBRA.  This new piece of clothing is very unique and will be targeted toward women who want the look of implants without the surgery.  This bra offers fit, comfort and protection to the wearer.  The SWATBRA™ will be available in the first quarter of 2013.  Early indications that the product is well received and upon gaining space in retail establishments or online, is expected to bring in significant revenue for the company as well as further brand recognition.

About ISM:

ISM International is a holding of a number of small businesses including a Flea Market / Mini-Stores complex and Instigator Film studio, is a developer of Green Energy products, organic non-toxic products for consumers, and is actively seeking to grow to meet demand within its trademarked products: MyGirl, Superwipes, SwatBra, GotchaGps, and BioSolvant.  Company Website:

Contact: Mario Quenneville, 727-542-0700,

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