Rapid Fire Marketing to change its name to Medical Cannabis Management

Rapid Fire Marketing (Pink Sheets: RFMK) announces plans to provide services to the medical cannabis industry. With the passing of Proposition 215, making medical cannabis legal in the state of California, Rapid Fire Marketing has entered the business of providing full service marketing, consulting and management services to this newly-emerged industry, which includes medical doctors and cannabis dispensaries.

Rapid Fire Marketing is positioned to handle the demand of services needed by this new generation of small business entrepreneurs, with plans to capitalize on this exploding industry and generate revenue through service management contracts. The Company plans to announce a name change -- from Rapid Fire Marketing to Medical Cannabis Management -- in the near future to better reflect the new business model. A new website has been posted at www.medicalcannabismanagement.com.

"We are excited about this new direction in business. Recession or not, people will still need medical care and even though medical marijuana is still quite controversial, there is a strong market for it here in California," said a company spokesperson. "We have a new website that we will be adding lots of content to over the coming days and weeks. In fact, we have already been contacted by one organization to collaborate on this new business. We have engaged a public and investor relations firm in New York to help us with our marketing and investor relations," the spokesperson concluded.

Medical Marijuana, Inc. was the first of its kind to become a publicly traded company in this industry. The stock has performed exceptionally well over the past three months, providing shareholders with a 10:1 split. The Company was featured on MSNBC's "Marijuana Inc." and has received enormous attention.

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