Regenicin COO Receives Citizenship Award from
VFW Post 1 in Colorado
LITTLE FALLS, N.J., Jan. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Regenicin's (OTC Bulletin Board: RGIN) Chief Operating Officer, Chris Hadsall, recently received the 2010 Citizenship Award for his volunteer work with the VET Foundation and disabled veterans. Mr. Hadsall received the award at the VFW's 111th Annual Founders Day Banquet in December. Hadsall joins a long list of notable citizens and groups bettering the lives of Veterans in the Colorado community.
Mr. Hadsall served our country as a decorated Operations and Intelligence Officer for the U.S. Marine Corps, where his responsibilities included supervision of operations, logistics and communications for over 150 marines. During his career in the USMC, Mr. Hadsall helped establish the Wounded Warrior Program, which provides unique services to wounded servicemen and founded the VET Foundation, an organization committed to helping service disabled veterans transition out of the military. As a wounded veteran himself, Mr. Hadsall has been awarded the Purple Heart as well as the Iraqi Freedom Medal for his service to our country.
"We congratulate Chris on his VFW Citizenship Award for his volunteer work with the Vet Foundation," says Randall McCoy, CEO of Regenicin. "We are honored and proud to have such an experienced, well respected citizen and former Marine heading up the operations for Regenicin."
Regenicin, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: RGIN), is a biotechnology company specializing in the development of regenerative cell therapies to restore the health of damaged tissues and organs. Regenicin, which was founded in 2010, has assembled a world-class management team with a proven track record for developing and bringing innovative medical devices and biotechnology products to market. The company is publicly traded with headquarters in New Jersey.
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