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Rapid Fire Marketing: Colorado and Washington Legalize; Massachusetts Becomes 18th State to Pass Medical Marijuana

RFMK Marijuana StockWith $1.5 Million in Vaporizers Arriving Soon, Rapid Fire Marketing to Target Washington and Colorado for Christmas Sales and Beyond

LOS ANGELES, CA and CARSON CITY, NV  — Rapid Fire Marketing (PINKSHEETS : RFMK) announced today that as a result of the elections in 3 states, the landscape has been altered with regard to the marijuana business as well as the medical marijuana business. Rapid Fire Marketing and Medical Cannabis Management's (MCM) Cheryl Shuman has been in Denver to cover the Colorado elections. A comprehensive update and what it means to the investment community is forthcoming upon her return from Colorado.

At this time, Rapid Fire Marketing has $1.5M in retail value of vaporizers including the new Cumulus Vapor Inhaler. The first half of the shipment which totals 20,000 units is expected to arrive in less than a month. A new vapor inhaler product which is part of the second half of the shipment is expected to arrive in early January which will be followed by several more new products by the spring of 2013. All the new vaporizer lines will be marketed under one New Brand which will be announced shortly. Prototypes of several new units have arrived at Rapid Fire Marketing and production of these new vaporizer lines will begin within the coming weeks.

"The results of this election have greatly changed the landscape. Cheryl Shuman and I have had discussions with many people that are well connected in the marijuana and medical marijuana business and it is our feeling that over the coming months and years, the personal vapor inhaler business is going to be a big part of the growth of the marijuana industry as well as the medical cannabis industry," said Tom Allinder, CEO of Rapid Fire Marketing.

About Rapid Fire Marketing, Inc.

Rapid Fire Marketing, Inc. is a developer, producer and of vapor inhaler products. The Vapor Inhaler (V.I.) is an innovative and disruptive technology for medical cannabis patients and nicotine and herb users around the world. Rapid Fire Marketing's Vapor Inhalers are smokeless and nearly odor-free giving the "smoker" the flexibility to enjoy use of its units in public places and without the well-known negative health effects of actual smoking. Because the vapor is free of harmful tar, carcinogenic substances and combustion gases present in regular smoking, the Company's vapor inhaler technology will be expanded to include a smoke cessation vapor inhaler that will assist smokers in quitting their habit -- a very large potential market. Please visit and and RFMK's wholly-owned subsidiary Medical Cannabis Management at

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