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GALESBURG, Ill. — Local doctor Paul Kinsinger is gaining traction for his Dr. Paul's Piggy Paste product, a cream to improve toenail appearance, according to an article published Monday by the Register-Mail.
Through a sort of heard-it-through-the-grapevine distribution effort, Kinsinger first gained placement at independent grocer Lindy's Downtown Market in Washington, Ill. Kinsinger then added several local Walgreens in the Peoria, Ill., area after a local newspaper covered the product. Citing an independent survey, Kinsinger claims that 85% of Piggy Paste customers also buy a pack of bandages with each purchase.
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