SOURCE: Consolidated American Industries Corporation

August 30, 2006 09:20 ET

Consolidated American Industries Corporation Adds to Resource Operations, Enters Rubber Business

TAMPA, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 30, 2006 -- Consolidated American Industries Corporation (PINKSHEETS: CMDJ) today announced the formation of Consolidated American Rubber Corporation.

Consolidated American Rubber Corporation ("COAM Rubber") is involved in the shredding and processing of steel-belted passenger and truck tires. COAM Rubber will be headquartered at Consolidated American Industries Corporation's manufacturing facility, located in Utica, New York. Finished products include sidewalks, pallets, mud flaps, and landscape mulch, arena footing and sports fill.

The Company also announced the sale of its wholly owned subsidiary, Century Container Corporation, which specialized in corrugated, chipboard, and solid fiber containers.

Consolidated American Industries Corporation, a Nevada corporation, with principal offices located in Tampa, Florida, is a public holding company involved in the manufacturing, natural resource, and financial services business segments, including real estate lending, management, and development activities. COAM's primary operating subsidies are LoanWell Financial Corporation, Fusion Real Estate Corporation; Fusion Mortgage Corp., McNulty First Lending, Inc., SIG Wholesale Distribution, Inc., VersaStone of Florida Corporation and Consolidated American Resource Development Corp.

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