PronTech™ Training To Begin In Korea

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With a new launch date of April 1, 2011, JSP's Korean affiliate KJSP Co. Ltd. will then begin implementing the use of PronTech™ for control and prevention of foot and mouth disease and other livestock ailments in South Korea.

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As previously announced on February 1, JSP International, Inc. of Atlanta has signed a master distributorship agreement for the introduction of PronTech™ into South Korea with United Promotions, Inc., maker of PronTech™. PronTech™ is an innovative broad spectrum biocide widely used in the livestock and public health arenas, to control bacteria, fungus, virus, algae and yeast.

With a new launch date of April 1, 2011, JSP's Korean affiliate KJSP Co. Ltd. will then begin implementing the use of PronTech™ for control and prevention of foot and mouth disease and other livestock ailments in South Korea. In addition, there will be a major rollout for the use of PronTech™ in the public health arena. The product is highly effective against such pathogens as MRSA, H1N1, and many others, including many that have become anti-biotic resistant. JSP’s Vice President, Sang Keun Pak, will leave the United States for Korea with training personnel on February 22, 2011. There will be training, cattle and poultry facilities in Kang Hwa province. Sang Keun Pak (V.P) from JSP International will be staying in Korea about 7 to 10 days to work with the training of JSP and KJSP personnel.

Sang Keun Pak, V.P. of JSP says "We are fortunate to be working with such a talented and patriotic group as KJSP to make PronTech™ an integral part of improving and safeguarding the health of the Korean people and its Korean livestock industry. V.P. Sang Keun Pak of JSP looks forward to a long and successful relationship with KJSP."

KJSP has great concern for the health of Korean livestock and the Korean people. KJSP is proud to lead the introduction of PronTech™ to improve the public health of Korea regarding the control and prevention of foot and mouth disease, H1N1 and other health issues in his country. Control of these diseases will also benefit the economy of Korea and general well-being of its citizens.

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John Watson
770.680.4984
johnwatson(at)bellsouth(dot)net
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