Rapid Fire Marketing Announces Shipment of Cumulus Vapor Inhalers and CannaCigs with Retail Value of $900,000
Vapor Inhalers, Spare Parts and Accessories for Units Available this Week; Company Signs Contract with Order Fulfillment Company in Los Angeles
Rapid Fire Marketing (Pink Sheets: RFMK), a developer and producer of vapor inhaler products, announced today that the Company expects to receive the first half of the shipment this week in Los Angeles, including the new Cumulus Vapor Inhalers. The order includes accessories and spare parts such as atomizers and batteries for existing units.
Outsourced Order Fulfillment Provides Rapid and Reliable Order Handling
The Company has signed an agreement with an order fulfillment company in Los Angeles which will provide secure storage, insurance and daily shipping of units to distributors and individuals.
Introduction of New Cumulus Vapor Inhaler
The Cumulus Vapor Inhaler is a new vapor inhaler unit by Rapid Fire Marketing. Like the CANNAcig, the Cumulus has exclusive features such as a refillable chamber cartridge and atomizer, a rechargeable battery providing up to 72 hours continuous use, a quality heating element, and an ultra rapid 5 second heat up time The Cumulus vaporizer measures 5 inches in height and .5 inches in diameter and comes in stainless steel and a blue crystal tip.
Developed for oils, fluids and waxes, the new Cumulus Vapor Inhaler features:
- Small e-Cig size
- Discreet and very portable
- Low odor/High vapor output
- More “Puffs” from your product
- Easy to refill and use
- Longer draw time
- Longer battery life
- Activated on draw
Cheryl Shuman, spokesperson for Rapid Fire Marketing said, “As one of the pioneers of the QVC Network, I’m thrilled to see RFMK entering the big leagues with a sense of déjà-vu. Never underestimate the power of media and network marketing. We are on the cutting edge of building the first ‘Super brand’ in the Medical Cannabis sector. Those following our video channels are witnessing history in the making. Imagine the cannabis industry with our own QVC ‘esque shopping channels. We’re close to realizing that international vision with a dream team sales force and are building the infrastructure for streamlined customer service, fulfillment and shipping as the demand for our products and services grows.”
“The need for fast and efficient order filling for distributor and end user orders is a requirement for every company expecting to grow quickly. Having the new fulfillment company in Los Angeles is a big step for us. It is a much more cost effective way of filling orders and far more reliable as well,” said Tom Allinder, CEO of Rapid Fire Marketing.
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