TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - July 16, 2014) - 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 they have received their third purchase order from the Army Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES). This is the second purchase order from AAFES within 2 weeks. The latest purchase order is for TapouT's line of all-natural pain relief products. The first purchase order by AAFES was valued at almost $30,000.
AAFES has 130 bases in the US and world-wide with 2,817 facilities in 30 countries -- all fifty states and five US territories. Global retail sales from AAFES facilities, last year reached $9.2 billion."
Dr. Daniel Bagi, President of Axxess Pharma, stated, "We are honored to quickly receive our third purchase order from the Army Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES). This purchase order is for our all-natural line of pain relief products. This is the second purchase order from AAFES in two weeks. With AAFES having over 2,817 facilities worldwide, we anticipate accelerated global sales from the US military throughout 2014 and 2015."
To learn more about the TapouT line, go to http://www.tapoutmusclerecovery.com.
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.
For more information, please visit www.axxesspharmainc.com, or contact Investor Relations at (973) 351-3868.
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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