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OSM's successful weekly radio program,

WFNN continues report on companies to highlight companies believed to have high growth prospects. Dr. Joseph Louis deBeauchamp posted his report on six sites to allow investors to read about these companies.

WFNN said, "OSM's successful weekly radio program, "Garden Guys" is expected to expand to a new and larger audience by the addition of three or more radio stations in the New England marketplace, in the first half of 2007. The company also announced it has retained the investment banking firm Andrew Garrett, Inc. of New York, NY, to underwrite a proposed $2 million private placement. With this updated information, this analyst sees great potential in this company. It appears to be in a position to be the next Whole Foods Company. This industry shows bright profit potentials, and very sturdy management to carry out their mission. This analyst recommends that you contact the company directly to explore the many opportunities with their rapid growth."

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About Organic Sales and Marketing: Organic Sales and Marketing strives to bring knowledgeable information and environmentally-friendly products based on a combination of their education, experience and total commitment to organics and horticulture. Their objective is the ultimate safety of children, their pets and Mother Nature. Organic Sales and Marketing are a company dedicated to providing the consumer with choices that will improve the health and well-being. Organic Sales and Marketing will achieve that by sharing information that educates and offering organic, safer and smarter alternatives.

Organic Sales and Marketing, Inc.

Sam Jeffries, 508-823-1117

114 Broadway

Raynham, Massachusetts 02767




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