In Brief: NeoSonics Corp.
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
NeoSonics Corp.: Enters agreement with Walgreens drug stores for distribution of the FlossPlus Sonic flosser. Sold at a list price of $29.95, the handheld, battery operated FlossPlus combines "Sonic" vibrations and dental floss. The system "creates a new flossing experience that many people find easy and enjoyable," according to the Joliet, Illinois-based firm. Sales of the product, sold thus far through catalogs, dental offices, and retail specialty stores, will begin immediately in Chicago, Phoenix, Milwaukee, and Madison. The product should be in all Walgreens stores by the fourth quarter of this year, NeoSonics says...
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