SOURCE: Syndication Inc.

February 21, 2008 11:19 ET

Syndication Inc. Unveils Major Marketing Campaign

WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwire - February 21, 2008) - Syndication Inc. (OTCBB: SYDI) is proud to announce that it has unveiled its first major marketing campaign for 2008. This major promotional piece will be mailed to over 80,000 households in the surrounding areas of Rockville-Gaithersburg, Elliott City, Glen Burnie and Fredrick. Emphasis has been placed on back and neck treatments. SpineMed Decompression Therapy Centers is the feature with actual patient testimonials and extensive photos of the "SpineMed" table itself. In addition to the retail value of this promotion we have also emphasized name branding and product recognition in an effort to attract more doctors. "We are very proud to unveil this major advertising campaign. We have now budgeted promotions on a regular basis. These efforts will significantly affect our targeted growth plans for 2008," said Brian Sorrentino, CEO of Syndication Inc. We salute our shareholders and truly appreciate their support in 2008.

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    Syndication Inc.
    202 467-2788