SOURCE: Eternal Image, Inc.

October 12, 2006 09:00 ET

Eternal Image Requests "NOBO" List to Determine Shares Outstanding

Funeral Products Manufacturer Preparing for Move to Bulletin Board

FARMINGTON HILLS, MI -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 12, 2006 -- Eternal Image, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: ETIM), a public company engaged in the design, manufacturing and marketing of customized designer caskets and urns, today announced that it has requested a NOBO (Non-Objecting Beneficial Owner) report from American Data Processing Inc. (ADP) of Edgewood, NY.

The process is underway and ADP is coordinating responses from banks and other institutions. The report will provide information about how many Eternal Image shares are outstanding and the number of holders of the company's shares. Eternal Image expects to receive the report during the week of October 16 and will release the aggregate data as soon as possible after receiving the report.

"We are committed to remaining transparent to our shareholders -- we want them to know exactly where the stock stands," said Clint Mytych, CEO of Eternal Image. "As we work to shift our stock from the Pink Sheets to the Bulletin Board Exchange, this is one more step in that process."

In product news, Eternal Image will be hosting a hospitality suite at the National Funeral Directors Association Expo to be held next week in Philadelphia. The company will display its first production offering -- L'Italiano Classico from The Vatican Library Collection® (available at the end of 2006) -- as well as plans for its 2007 roll-out that includes products under the Major League Baseball™, Precious Moments™ and American Kennel Club™ brands.

For more information about Eternal Image and/or its hospitality plans for the NFDA Show, call 888-6-CASKET. Information about the product line can be found at

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