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IMD Companies, Inc., and ATM Go Live with Legalpot4sale.com Platform, Enters Multi Billion Dollar Marijuana On-Line industry

TAMPA, FL, Feb. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - IMD Companies, Inc. (OTC: ICBU) and Anything Technologies Media Inc (OTC:EXMT) are pleased to announce that their joint subsidiary GreenLink Inc., has Launched Legalpot4sale.com and will continue to add content and new products for sale from retail partners and In-house manufacturing over the next few weeks. The business strategy of GreenLink Inc., is to appeal to buyers of legal Marijuana who want access to reliable Marijuana information on products and services, which can be accessed on their devices including tablets and phones.

Raffi Achkarian, President of GreenLink Inc. is pleased to report;  "We have appointed a new team to co-ordinate the continued development of Legalpot4sale.com. The response from retailers for space on the platform has been stronger than expected. The intent with the new site is to recreate the success of Livedeal.com and we are well on our way to achieving that goal.  Applying the instant deal model to the marijuana consumer should distinguish our platform and create strong top and bottom line growth in the short and long term. 

"The marijuana gold rush is on", said Mr. Achkarian. "Staking our claim in this gold rush by establishing our brand as a trusted source of information as well as a go to website for deals - will create tangible value for our shareholders. Our intent is to create a hybrid of the YELP (NYSE) and LIVE (NASDAQ) models and we invite investors to join us on
this journey. This move towards legalized marijuana legislation could sweep the US and when it does the scalability of our business model will prove to be boon for shareholders.

About R-Quest Hydroponics, Inc.,

R-Quest Hydroponics, Inc., is a Hardware and Software Manufacturing Company with its headquarters in Placerville, California.  R-Quest Hydroponics, Inc. has developed the new Environmental Master Controller EMC-5000 system, which is able to provide constant management for grow room facilities for indoor gardens. The EMC-5000 was developed so that growers can rest easy with the confidence that their crop is in excellent hands. The EMC-5000 is able to regulate and control all aspects of an indoor grow system, including Light cycles to optimize growth, Fans, Nutrient pumps, and CO2 level controls to help manage grow rooms. To see more information on the EMC-5000 go to www.r-questhydro.com .  

About IMD Companies, Inc.

IMD Companies, Inc., (OTC MARKETS:ICBU) is a Florida corporation, engaged in the medical diagnostics and health and fitness industries. The company is currently positioned to be a holding company for major acquisitions in the medical, and marijuana industry. Its primary products and services lie in the health and fitness and medical diagnostics services markets. The company delivers its medical diagnostic services on-site at participating medical clinics and physician offices and company sponsored health fairs.

ABOUT ANYTHING TECHNOLOGIES MEDIA INC.

Anything Technologies Media Inc., www.anythingtechnologiesmedia.com is a Multi-Media Digital applications, production and marketing Company. ATM will be the parent company of subsidiary Corporations, and is also focused on partnerships and acquisitions in the medical marijuana sector. The company and partners each have their own professional management team with extensive backgrounds in finance, new technologies, manufacturing, marketing and distribution. ATM's goal is to combine the expertise of our team members to create a cohesive force, which will carry the company forward in the marketplace to a preeminent position through revenue sharing and acquisitions.

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