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IntegraCore Hosts Media Viewing Party for Partner MMJ Labs' Appearance on Critically Acclaimed Program "Shark Tank"

Investment funds could help MMJ Labs extend the reach of their innovative and award-winning needle pain blocker, Buzzy

ATLANTA, Feb. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- IntegraCore, the nation's leading fulfillment outsourcing company, is pleased to announce the appearance of Dr. Amy Baxter, president of MMJ Labs, on the February 28th episode of the critically acclaimed reality show "Shark Tank." The press is cordially invited to join IntegraCore and Dr. Baxter at the IntegraCore Atlanta facility for a viewing party when the episode debuts, and the future of MMJ Labs and Buzzy, their innovative pain-blocking solution, is revealed.

What:
"Shark Tank" Viewing Party for MMJ Labs

When:
February 28, 2014
8:00 P.M.

Where:
IntegraCore Atlanta Facility
750 Maxham Road
Suite 400
Lithia Springs, GA 30122

With over 35,000 Buzzy products currently in distribution, MMJ labs is growing. That's why they've partnered with IntegraCore, a top turnkey order fulfillment and logistics service provider, to leverage IntegraCore's complete distribution and fulfillment services. IntegraCore's innovative solutions have helped companies reduce operations costs by as much as 60 percent. 

"We're thrilled that Dr. Baxter had the opportunity to demonstrate the tremendous value of her company's innovative pain management solutions," said Ted Broman, CEO of IntegraCore. "'Shark Tank' recognizes exceptional entrepreneurs whose companies and ideas have the kind of growth and revenue potential we are proud to support."

MMJ's Buzzy pain blocker has changed the lives of many adults living with arthritis, diabetes, or dialysis, and adults whose needle fear kept them from trying to get pregnant, donate blood, or get regular health care.

About MMJ Labs

MMJ Labs was established in 2006 by Dr. Amy Baxter, a pediatrician and pain researcher, to develop reusable, inexpensive products for personal pain control. As a mother of three, Dr. Baxter wanted to find a fast, effective solution to relieve sharp pain. The initial product launched was Buzzy®, a bee-shaped, palm-sized device combining cold and vibration. When placed between the brain and the pain, the competing stimulus decreases minor sharp pains.

About IntegraCore

IntegraCore, LLC, is a turnkey order fulfillment and logistics service provider with U.S. facilities in Salt Lake City, UT and Atlanta, GA, as well as international facilities in Hong Kong, Sydney and Mexico City. For over 25 years, they've provided nearly unlimited scalability to large and growing companies. With over 1,500,000 square feet of warehouse and production facilities, IntegraCore's industry-leading fulfillment process allows them to receive, assemble, and ship millions of packages every month.

Contact:

IntegraCore
Doug Ferrell
800-410-7555
Vice President, Marketing
Email: [email protected]

SOURCE IntegraCore, LLC

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