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Axxess Pharma Becomes Primary Sponsor of NASCAR Sprint Cup Driver Cole Whitt

TapouT Muscle Recovery to Be Fully Branded on BK Racing NSCS Car #26 for Remainder of 2014 NASCAR Events

TORONTO, ON -- (Marketwired) -- 06/19/14 -- Axxess Pharma Inc. (PINKSHEETS: AXXE), a specialty pharmaceutical and nutritional supplements company, is pleased to announce through its wholly-owned subsidiary, AllStar Health Brands Inc., that it has partnered with BK Racing, LLC, Cole Whitt Racing, LLC and Wide-Open Sports Marketing, Inc. Axxess Pharma will serve as primary sponsor of the No. 26 BK Racing NASCAR Sprint Cup Series ("NSCS") Toyota Camry. AllStar Health Brands high demand TapouT Muscle Recovery product will be fully branded on the Hood, Upper Rear Quarter Panels, TV Panel and below Roof Number.

With over 75 million NASCAR fans and an average attendance at a NASCAR event of nearly 100,000, this sponsorship gives AllStar Health Brands huge exposure to a great fan base. To view NASCAR's website, please visit: http://www.nascar.com/en_us/sprint-cup-series.html.

Dr. Daniel Bagi, President of AllStar Health Brands, stated, "We are excited to expand the reach of our all natural TapouT sports brand, to NASCAR's highly engaged and brand-loyal consumers. NASCAR, specifically Cole Whitt and BK Racing are a natural fit for the promotion of our company and our high demand TapouT product line."

Cole Whitt of Cole Whitt Racing, LLC, stated, "We are honored to have Axxess Pharma as our primary sponsor for the remainder of 2014. Their TapouT Muscle Recovery product is a perfect fit for our BK Racing crew. We look forward to promoting the product at all of our NASCAR races and branding the product through Facebook, Twitter, & our Official Cole Whitt URL: http://colewhitt.com/."

Cole Whitt further stated, "Next week, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will take on the first of two road course races this season, as they turn both left and right on the 1.99-mile Sonoma Raceway on Sunday, June 22. On Friday, June 20, coverage will kick off with two practice sessions (3 p.m. EDT and 6:30 p.m. EDT) on FOX Sports 1. Coverage will continue on FOX Sports 1 with qualifying on Saturday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. EDT. The Toyota / Save Mart 350 will be broadcast on TNT MRN Radio and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio beginning at 3 p.m. EDT on Sunday, June 22. Fans can visit BKRacing.com, or follow the team on Facebook (facebook.com/BKRacing2383) or twitter (@BKRacing_2383) for the latest news and updates."

About Axxess Pharma Inc.: Axxess Pharma Inc. is a Nevada Corporation operating through its wholly owned Canadian Subsidiary: Axxess Pharma Canada Inc., headquartered in Toronto. Axxess is a specialty Health Care Products Company dedicated to improving health and quality of life by offering select medicines, nutritional supplements and over the counter remedies all across the Americas. Axxess's goal is to bring additional products to the market and provide new, innovative options for better health spanning areas such as high cholesterol, blood pressure, acute pain -- to optimal health management through improved nutritional supplements. To learn more about our new products TapouT Extreme Muscle Growth and TapouT Muscle Recovery, please visit: http://buytapoutme.com and http://www.tapoutmusclerecovery.com.

For more information, please visit www.axxesspharmainc.com, or contact Investor Relations at (973) 351-3868.

About BK Racing and NASCAR®

BK Racing is a NASCAR® Sprint Cup Series team headquartered in Statesville, N.C. Founded in 2012, BK Racing has a staff of over 80 employees who work to field the No. 23, No. 26 and No. 83 entries of Alex Bowman, Cole Whitt, and Ryan Truex. The 2014 racing season marks BK Racing's third consecutive full-time season in the NASCAR® Sprint Cup Series. The combined revenue of BK Racing's sponsorship exceeds $100 billion. The team's roster of primary sponsor partners includes Burger King, Borla Exhaust, Dr. Pepper/Snapple Group, Lipman Produce, Speed Stick/Colgate-Palmolive, Axxess Pharma Inc, VooDoo BBQ & Grill, Scorpyd Crossbows, Iowa Chop House, and Toyota Motor Company. To learn more about BK Racing, please visit www.BKRacing.com.

NASCAR® is a registered trademark of the National Association for Stock Car Racing, Inc.

About TapouT: TapouT is a lifestyle brand that has been at the forefront of Mixed Martial Arts since its inception in 1997. The label is rapidly growing into other sports and categories, offering merchandise for men, women and kids. TapouT has endorsed high-profile professional athletes who compete in sports such as basketball, football, baseball, stock car racing, and most famously, MMA. TapouT is sold in sporting goods stores, specialty retailers and online. For updates and more information, please visit TapouT.com.

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