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Rapid Fire Marketing Announces 1500 CANNAcigs Arrive

July 27, 2012

LOS ANGELES and CARSON CITY, Nev., July 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Rapid Fire Marketing (Pink Sheets: RFMK) announced today the arrival of a shipment of 1500 CANNAcig units that will be used to fill backorder distributor requests and celebrity promotions as well as individual online orders.

Cheryl Shuman, Celebrity Spokesperson for Rapid Fire Marketing, was happy to be able to notify the tastemakers, influencers and celebrities – the most influential people in Hollywood – that their much-desired CANNAcig had arrived.

“I feel relieved,” Judah Nieditch, head of production and distribution exclaimed. “For a while it looked like our CANNAcig supply would be stripped bare by demand but now we have 1500 more units in house,” Nieditch said.

Tom Allinder, the Company’s CEO said, “In the near future larger production runs are anticipated. The unveiling of a product that has been in development is also forthcoming.”

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