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NanoSonic Products, Inc. Ribbon-Cutting Event a Smashing Success

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ALACHUA, FL--(Marketwire -08/01/11)- NanoSonic Products, Inc., a CTD Holdings company (OTCQB: CTDH.OB - News) (OTC.BB: CTDH) (the "Company"), opened its new pulse drying facility Monday, July 25th, 2011 with a gala ribbon cutting ceremony. More than 140 people gathered to hear remarks from CTD Holdings, Inc. Chairman C.E. "Rick" Strattan, NanoSonic Products, Inc. President & CEO Dr. Jeffrey Tate, Alachua Mayor Gib Coerper, and Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Brent Christensen. Following the program, Mayor Coerper cut the ribbon opening the facility for tours and Dr. Tate invited everyone to enjoy a Florida Style Bar-B-Que lunch.

"Now that the building renovation is complete, it was great to take a day for celebration and show our many friends and colleagues what we have accomplished here," said Dr. Jeffrey Tate. "Once we complete a few inspections and finish the final equipment installation of our formulation and pulse dryer system, we will be ready for our validation runs and full production."

The ribbon-cutting event provided an opportunity to use bricks and mortar to back up the company's words.

The Company's announced $369,348 record second quarter sales will be accompanied by a $25,157 net profit and $225,000 of working capital at the end of the quarter. The record sales figure is a result of a $145,000 sale to one of the company's largest customers.

"That sale was the result of persistence and customer service over the years. Be assured, now that we have landed this business, we are going to do our best to get it again!" stated Mr. Strattan.

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