SOURCE: Anything Brands Online, Inc.

Anything Brands Online, Inc.

April 29, 2009 13:22 ET

$15,000,000 Agreement Inked by Anything Brands Online, Inc.'s myFreightWorld Division With Headhaul.com

TUCSON, AZ and OVERLAND PARK, KS--(Marketwire - April 29, 2009) - Anything Brands Online, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: ANYT) announced today its myFreightWorld division has entered into a four-year agreement with Headhaul.com to provide Information Technology and back office services. The arrangement is expected to produce revenues in excess of $15,000,000 for 2009.

Mike Head, President of ABOL and myFreightWorld, commented, "Headhaul was a start up operation that began in 2007 as an agent selling the mFW suite of services. myFreightWorld has provided IT and back office services for Headhaul.com since its infancy and has partnered with them as they have developed a unique set of services and grown their revenue base to a current annual run rate of $10,000,000. Existing contracts are expected to more than double revenues before the end of the year. In the process they have developed a process we refer to as a 'Lead Logistics Provider' that we feel will have application for our entire customer base. This agreement solidifies our relationship and will allow us to jointly market this process to the Transportation Community."

Headhaul.com President Josh Wheeler commented, "myFreightWorld is a large reason that Headhaul.com has been able to endure the trials that face a startup logistics company, we are very pleased that myFreightWorld is willing to take our relationship to the next level as we enter into the growth phase of our company. Utilization of their infrastructure allows us the opportunity to conserve our cash by not making capital expenditures in IT and still maintaining control over the service level we provide our customers."

About myFreightWorld:

myFreightWorld (www.3plinabox.com) is a business services outsourcing company that sells technology, services, and wholesale truck, rail, and airfreight capacity to the Logistics Manager industry. Logistics Managers, sometimes referred to as Third Party Logistics Companies or Brokers, serve as intermediaries between shippers and carriers, such as trucking companies and railroads. They account for over $100 billion of the $650 billion transportation industry spend. Technology services are offered via the web or are accessible through web service applications and are provided primarily through private label arrangements. Features and services are offered on an unbundled basis for those that can benefit from any part of the total solution offered.

For more information contact Investor Relations at Anything Brands Online (www.anythingbrandsonline.com) or call 520-742-1890.

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