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Fog Force Now Registered in the United Arab Emirates

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Natural Forces announced that Rejex-it Fog Force is now registered in the United Arab Emirates.

| April 28, 2010

DAVIDSON, N.C. — Natural Forces announced that Rejex-it Fog Force is now registered in the United Arab Emirates.

Hani Shehadeh, regional director with the Ecovar Group -Dubai, said, " Fog Force is perfect for food processing plants, warehouses and manufacturing, commercial buildings and refineries. We are pleased with the wide-ranging options this provides our clients."

President of Natural Forces, Devlin Reynolds commented, "We are excited about the registration of Fog Force and other Rejex-it products in UAE. This continues to build on our strategy for avian management for the vector and agricultural
markets globally. We look forward to many more international registrations this year."

For additional information on Natural Forces visit www.naturalforcesllc.com.

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