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Cabot, AR USA
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Real Time Pain Relief's estimated annual revenue is currently $51.8M per year.(?)
  • Real Time Pain Relief's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000

Employee Data

  • Real Time Pain Relief has 192 Employees.(?)
  • Real Time Pain Relief currently has 1 job openings.

Real Time Pain Relief The Story of Perfecting Responsible Pain Relief 20 Years ago, too many people considered popping an over the counter pain pill as a â??safeâ?? way to relieve pain. But in 1998 an entrepreneur and high-school basketball coach teamed up to confront the danger head on. Tim Flatt saw the danger first hand when he noticed a sharp increase in young athletes using pills to relieve pain. At that time, though, the existing pain relief alternatives were NOT great. They smelled bad, were loaded with harmful chemicals, gave off uncomfortable hot and cold sensations, and (worse) didnâ??t even relieve pain! So, Tim met with his longtime friend and talented business partner, Ron, and they both became convinced that there had to be a better way to relieve pain. They decided that they wanted to do the work that it would take to make a new option available. They pitched their vision to a talented chemist and Tim and Ron Co-Founded Real Time Pain Relief. The Mission of Real Time Pain Relief Their goal was to create the perfect topical pain relief option, so that consuming pills was no longer the only go-to option for fast pain relief. Since Real Time Pain Relief would be used by friends and family, there were several high standards that all of their future products would have to meet. It would have to: -Smell Great, so that it could be used by the young and the old anywhere, anytime. -Work Fast- life happens in real time and no one has time for pain to slow them down. -Utilize Natureâ??s Ingredients and Avoid Harsh Chemicals like: NSAIDs, parabens, SLS, and dye, to create pain relief that people could feel good about using and about sharing with those that they love.