Visitors to Men's Sexual Health Supplement Site Decide if Products' New Ads Deserve a 'Thumbs Up'

LIFE SPAN labs' Web site for all-natural men's sexual health supplement 112 Degrees is asking the site's visitors to pick favorites among the product's newest advertising concepts. By clicking on "thumbs' up or down" symbols, visitors can voice their opinion on whether they "like it" or vote that the ad is "not my favorite."

"Asking our Web site visitors for feedback on the 112 Degrees ads is in-line with the way we operate LIFE SPAN labs," said Rod Tallman, LIFE SPAN labs CEO. "We feel strongly that consumers should be able to have an ongoing dialogue with LIFE SPAN, as we're providing a product that improves such a personal part of their lives. It's been fun to see and hear responses from our customers about the ads."

Tallman notes that the ads focus on a "Lost Mojo" theme, appealing to many of LIFE SPAN labs' customers: men who experienced the first sexual revolution in the 1960s and are taking steps to ensure they have the same feelings of freedom and sexual confidence as they get older.

To view and vote on the ads—which include a radio spot, magazine ad, television screen shot, van wrap and location-specific ads—visit and click on "See Our Ads."

About LIFE SPAN labs
LIFE SPAN labs is the manufacturer of men's sexual health supplement 112 Degrees, a prescription-free formula backed by more than two years of safety trials, scientific research and product development. Based in Portland, Oregon, LIFE SPAN labs is dedicated to providing high-quality, all-natural products that support male sexual health including sexual performance and male urogenital function. For more complete information about 112 Degrees and LIFE SPAN labs, including tips on improving male sexual health and male sexual performance, visit and

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