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Cold Snap™ Owner Semi-Finalist in Microsoft Ms. M.o.X.i.e National Contest

Hannah Hayes Only Colorado Businesswomen Selected

Evergreen, CO —Oriental Herb Company (OHCO), maker of best-selling Cold Snap™, announces that the company’s owner, Hannah Hayes is a top-ten semi-finalist in Microsoft’s nationwide Ms. M.O.X.I.E. contest. The contest was held to find savvy, entrepreneurial businesswomen who use Microsoft office for Mac to stay ahead of the pack in business. Ms. Hayes is the only Colorado businesswoman selected.

From November 12 through November 29, the semi-finalists will be posted on The public is invited to vote for their favorite candidate via an online polling page. At the end of the voting period, three finalists will be determined, based on the highest number of votes received. Judges from Microsoft will select the winner on/about December 4, 2002.

The essay on Ms. Hayes outlines her determination and moxie in starting and succeeding at developing OHCO and its line of Chinese herbal formulas. With just the products, her spirit, and courage, Hannah has grown sales solely by word-of-mouth. Her grass roots philosophy of marketing has developed Cold Snap™ into Colorado’s leading herbal formula, with tens of thousands of loyal users.

Hannah and her husband, Donn, a longtime practicing acupuncturist and staff herbalist, founded OHCO in 1994. With products currently distributed in over 500 health food stores nationwide, OHCO prides itself on personalized customer service and a money-back guarantee. For more information on OHCO, its formulas, or its founders, please contact OHCO at 800.344.2466 or via the web at


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