Recent News and Updates

Rapid Fire Marketing Announces Update on OTCQB Status

| April 28, 2014
Rapid Fire Marketing Announces Update on OTCQB Status

Rapid Fire Marketing (OTCQB: RFMK) announced an update for shareholders regarding the Company’s strategy regarding the one penny bid price rule. In a news release through Reuters on 26 March, 2014, OTC Markets announced that a new one penny requirement to remain on the OTCQB. The Company has carefully considered its options and has decided […]

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Rapid Fire Marketing Files 10K with U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

| April 16, 2014
Rapid Fire Marketing Files 10K with U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Another Milestone Achieved in the Goal of Moving to a Senior Exchange Listing Rapid Fire Marketing, Inc. (OTCQB: RFMK), announced today that the Company filed their 10K annual report with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on 15 April, 2014. This represents another important milestone for the Company in its endeavor to obtain a senior […]

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Rapid Fire Marketing Announces New Website for the Pocket Puffer, the Company’s New Dry Herb Vaporizer

| April 11, 2014
Rapid Fire Marketing Announces New Website for the Pocket Puffer, the Company’s New Dry Herb Vaporizer

Rapid Fire Marketing (OTCQB: RFMK) announced today that a new, informational website for the Company’s new dry herb vaporizer at http://pocket-puffer.com.   Once the vaporizer unit is available for general sales, all information will be available at a new ecommerce site the Company is constructing for vaporizer sales. Branding and graphics are nearly complete for the […]

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Rapid Fire Marketing Issues Letter to Shareholders 8 April 2014

| April 8, 2014
Rapid Fire Marketing Issues Letter to Shareholders 8 April 2014

We wanted to update shareholders on Rapid Fire Marketing’s business plan going forward, now that the company’s equity is listed on the OTCQB and fully reporting. Dry Vaporizer Production: As I mentioned in the last update, we would go to production at the end of the Chinese New Year. HexCorp had some issues with the […]

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