Fig. Announces New Chief Financial Officer; Fast Growing Company Taps Marty Moore to Join Executive Team

Fig. (, the leading authority in medically supervised body shaping, today announced that it has named Marty Moore as the company’s new chief financial officer.

St. Louis, MO, August 23, 2007 --( Fig. (, the leading authority in medically supervised body shaping, today announced that it has named Marty Moore as the company’s new chief financial officer.

“We are honored to welcome Marty to fig., and are thrilled to add his skills and expertise to our executive team,” said Rob Semaan, chief executive officer of fig. “Marty possesses a strong background in business and finance, as well as proven leadership experience in helping guide and develop emerging companies from infancy to maturity. He will be a tremendous asset to the company as fig. continues its fast paced growth.”

As fig.’s chief financial officer, Moore will oversee all financial and administrative matters at fig., including shareholder and bank relations, accounting, and expansion and financial planning.

“Fig. has achieved great success in just two short years, and I am excited to join the strong management team and apply my experience to help shape the company’s future,” said Moore. “With its unique combination of breakthrough medical technology and tailored body shaping programs, fig. is truly paving the path in the medically supervised body shaping industry.”

Moore previously served as president and COO of Legacy Media Holdings, where he focused on acquisitions and start up operations for targeted radio stations. Prior to that he spent 12 years in executive vice president roles (as chief financial officer and later as chief operating officer) for Global Materials Services, an international materials handling company. Moore was a founding member of the management team and successfully participated in the growth of the business to over $100 million in revenues with 27 sites around the world. Moore led the company’s efforts and eventual sale of the business to Kinder Morgan in late 2004. During the same 12 year time frame, Moore served on the Board of Directors and as chief financial officer of a large regional restaurant company known as Barnhill’s Buffet. Like Global Materials, Barnhill’s grew from a start up concept to over $100 million in revenues. The company had 47 locations and 350 shareholders at the time of sale in 2005. Moore began his career as a CPA at Arthur Andersen where he led the audit engagements of several Fortune 100 companies such as International Paper and FedEx.

About fig.
Fig. (, the leader in medically supervised body shaping, operates and manages 15 body shaping centers throughout the United States. Under the direction of leading, board certified plastic surgeons, fig. provides individualized body shaping services to tens of thousands of patients. Fig.’s highly trained medical staff uses the latest medically supervised body shaping technologies like Advanced Lipodissolve™ and Personalized Body Management, to help each patient achieve their ideal shape. Fig. is headquartered in St. Louis, Mo., and employees over 500 people across the country. For additional information please visit

Jean Shepherd