MAULDIN, SC / September 14, 2023 / Xcelerate, Inc. (OTCQB:XCRT) today announced that ESN Group, Inc., a subsidiary of Xcelerate, has been designated as an approved vendor to the Army & Air Force Exchange Service (“AAFES”). AAFES, also known as PX and Post Exchange, provides goods and services to more than 3,000 U.S. Army and Air Force installations across 50 U.S. states and more than 30 countries as well as online. The approval is for 21 ESN products including all seven Ceramedx® products. Ceramedx® is the first plant-based ceramide therapy system developed in consultation with dermatologists for dry, sensitive skin and conditions such as eczema.
“This approval is the result of a joint effort between Jay Kline, President of ESN and John Porter of Product Sector, our recently engaged marketing partner. I am amazed and appreciative of how much progress has been made by Jay and John since announcing our agreement in August and look forward to their efforts to rapidly expand market penetration of both the Ceramedx and Earth Science Beauty product lines. This partnership ideally positions the Company to accelerate revenue opportunities” said Mike O’Shea, Xcelerate’s CEO.
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