SOURCE: Fortune Market Media, Inc.

December 10, 2007 15:43 ET

Fortune Market Media Hosts Major Charity Event

Fortune Market Joins LA Direct Magazine, E! Networks and the Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House® for Celebrity Charity Event

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - December 10, 2007) - Fortune Market Media Inc. (PINKSHEETS: FTMMD), a diversified media and communications corporation and the only publicly traded company to own a racing team, has teamed up with LA Direct Magazine, E! Networks and the Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House® to present the 2007 Remember To Give Holiday Party. The event will support the Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House charity and will be hosted by E! Entertainment's own Chelsea Handler and cover model Joanna Krupa.

The event will take place at Hollywood hotspot Les Deux, on December 13th, 2007. The 40ft. red carpet event will feature the Fortune Market Grand-Am Rolex Series racecar and a "gifting sleigh" attached to the car, giving celebrities the opportunity to bring a gift for donation.

"We feel it is very important to give back to the community," according to Fortune Market Media executive vice president, David Levy. "It is exciting to be a part of an event that focuses on the importance of family."

Celebrities expected to attend include Paris Hilton, Kim Kardashain, Kristen Bell, Jamie King, Eva La Rue, Holly Madison, Brittany Snow, Britney Gasineau, April Scott, John Salley, Amber Stevens, Caroline D'Amore, Adrienne Curry and the cast of MTV's "The Hills."

About Fortune Market Media, Inc.

Fortune Market Media, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: FTMMD) is a diversified media and communications company providing businesses with a variety of financial-, consumer- and investor-related communications services. Fortune Market creates awareness among investors, consumers and potential partners through its multi-channel streams of media. More information is available at www.fortunemarket.net.

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