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Macklad,

I own CNS as well. Marketing for the better sleep at night is more preferred in my opinion given the size of the market. Sports marketing isn't cheap if you decide on a commercial or promotions through the athletes. They are getting free marketing in football every time they show a player on the sidelines who happens to be wearing a strip. I don't watch much basketball or baseball so I don't know how much they are used in these sports if at all.

Perhaps a grass roots type of effort would be more appropriate in sports. Give out samples to the local high schools and colleges. Perhaps this is already done to some extent by the company.

From my own experience, I just used the products over the holidays when I had a cold. The nose strips helped with my breathing and the vapor shot lit my brain on fire, but it did work. My older daughter likes the vapor strips when she has a cold.

My mother who has a chronic sinus condition does not have any success with the products.


I haven't tried to use a nose strip when playing hockey. If I remember I'll put one on tommorrow.

Carl
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