West Palm Beach, Fla. (PRWEB) October 27, 2008
Medical Makeover Corporation of America (OTCBB:MMAM) announced today that it has engaged Joseph Canouse of J. P. Carey Asset Management(JPC) to advise on a potential merger candidate and seek a suitable candidate through acquisition, merger or other suitable business combination method. The Company has been diligent in pursuit of specific business opportunities and intends to communicate further outcomes to its shareholders through future press releases. In addition, JPC will be retained in the event of a successful merger in the transition for the company Doug Martin, MMAM President and CEO stated, "We are excited to have JPC on our team. In various forms they have assisted in raising nearly two billion dollars for small companies. They have also spent the last 20 years advising small companies on a consulting basis specializing in navigating and managing the public side of small and newly public companies and we welcome their advice Any merger candidate will be evaluated on how it will add value to the company for our shareholders."
About Medical Makeover of America Corporation
Medical Makeover of America Corporation (OTC-BB: MMAM) is a publicly traded holding company. As part of its recent, comprehensive reorganization strategy Medical Makeover of America is actively pursuing profitable, sustainable operating businesses that will benefit under the Company's publicly traded umbrella.
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