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DeerAntlerSpray.com Featured in Article by Shoe Money
Date:4/20/2013

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) April 20, 2013

Shoe Money, otherwise known as Jeremy Schoemaker, mentioned deerantlerspray.com in his article “How Ray Lewis Made Deer Antler Spray ‘Lucky’”. The article suggests that a popular sports news media outlets story on a high profile football athlete has significantly increased the sales of the supplement Deer Antler Spray, making it “lucky”. Shoe Money’s reasoning is that the controversy surrounding the star athlete's possible use of the banned substance popularized the substance and provided free advertisement on a large scale. Though many companies produce the supplement, deerantlerspray.com is the target of Shoe Money’s article. He provides statistics illustrating deerantlerspray.com’s substantial rise in sales just after the story’s release to the public.

Marketing associate, Ryan U., commented on the article stating, “Due to the high media coverage of Deer Antler Spray, specifically sports media outlets, over the past few months our revenue has significantly increased. Fortunately for us we are one of the largest providers of Deer Antler Spray, and we were able to take advantage of this monumental opportunity.” Only time will tell if media coverage of Deer Antler Spray will continue to be popular.

For more information about Deer Antler Spray, visit http://deerantlerspray.com/.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/4/prweb10650557.htm.


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