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MantraScrubs re-brands as MantraMeds
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Feb '11
Mantra Scrubs launched its eco-friendly, performance fashion line of health care apparel in 2009. The company is innovative, the products are more comfortable, fit better, perform better and are made with the environment and people in mind. Mantra's products are designed, developed and manufactured from the fiber to finished product in the USA, using plastic bottles, USDA Certified Texas organic cotton fiber and eco-friendly dying and finishing processes.

Based on demand and growing sales, the original name of MantraScrubs does not mesh with where the company is going.

"We are so much more than just a scrub company." Jerry Wheeler, MantaMed's co-founder explains, "We sell online direct to any individual who wears scrubs but also provide custom programs for private practices, hospitals, and medical brands. Anyone in health care that is interested in branding, sustainability, performance and comfort should take a look at our corporate programs."

MantraMeds has relaunched its Web site with a forward-facing modern brand, and updated user-interface making direct sales for consumers seamless and easier to find products and process orders.

Additionally, the marketing and PR programs are increasing visibility through national ad campaigns, contests, social media promotion, trade shows, public speaking appearances, television interviews, an interactive blog and a series of fun, irreverent videos to drive brand awareness.

"We have really upped the exposure for our brand this year," added Jack Miller, co-founder, "Our efforts have already paid off in awareness translating to online sales and increased calls for custom programs."

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