Danbury, CT -(Dow Jones)- The annual general meeting of Body Rub, Inc.(CTSE: BRI- News) RUB ( PLC) Wednesday approved the reappointment of three directors to the board, but most of the meeting has been taken up with questions relating to the mfg’s unit.

In April, Body Rub, Inc. suffered losses at the export department, a situation compounded by SARS crisis in Asia, the CEO said. "We couldn't have grown our profits as well as we did over the last two years" if procedures had been disregarded, CEO added.

Shareholders renewed the mfg's provision to buy back up to 15% shares. The stock has benefited from the rise in retail and commercial warehouse stocks, according to analysts. Traders see this sector as a safe haven in difficult economic times. Company Web site: http://www.BodyRubInc.com










     









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