Rapid Fire Marketing Expands Electronic Cigarette Business to Individual Distributors
CARSON CITY, Nev., May 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Rapid Fire Marketing (RFMK –Pink OTC), has received an overwhelming response from individuals and product distribution companies seeking the ability to market and sell Bionic Cigs. As a result, the Company has resolved to expand the number of individuals permitted to market, sell and distribute the premium electronic cigarette as their own business on a non-exclusive basis. The Company provides the distributor a 30% discount from the retail price of all products and accessories, to market and sell through their own channels. "Existing individual distributors believe they will surpass $1,000,000 in sales alone, providing them $300,000 in gross profit. Obviously these kind of numbers would greatly surpass The Company's conservative sales projections stated previously," stated a company spokesman. Anyone inquiring about the distributor program is encouraged to email Mike@BionicCigs.com.
The Company has seen a surge in the interest and sales of electronic cigarettes in the recent months and is committed to apply marketing resources to all possible avenues. The Company's internet marketing push will be initiated next week once the final updates to the website are made. The Company is in the process of updating the merchant processing system through the website, which should be complete very soon. The Company continues to take orders by emailing directly to the address above.
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