April 01, 2010 06:00 ET

KCM HOLDINGS on Pace to Break $5M 2010 Insurance Revenue Target With Addition of Bob Thompson & Family Benefits Group

FRISCO, TX--(Marketwire - April 1, 2010) -  KCM HOLDINGS CORP. (PINKSHEETS: KCMH) announced today that subsidiary KCM Insurance Services (KCMIS) welcomes Texas insurance agency, Family Benefits Group, and president Bob Thompson, as a strategic step in expanding national market equity, eventually becoming a publicly traded company. This represents an immediate boost in revenue for KCMH while solidifying key strategic personnel boasting track records of success. Collectively, KCMH is on pace to break its $5 million 2010 revenue target.

Bob Thompson brings 10 years of industry experience, including being a former regional Vice President for a recognized major insurance company. He has pooled this acumen to foster Family Benefits Group as an independent insurance agency to offer health, life and supplemental products designed specifically for individuals, families, contractors, self employed and small business owners.

"We are extremely excited to welcome Bob and his team," says Donald Klein, CEO of KCMH, "Collectively, we are confident that all will reap the financial rewards and excellent quality of life KCM stands for."

Family Benefits Group and KCMIS will combine resources to open more offices in Texas, expand nationally and file to become a publicly traded company. KCMIS already experienced a boost in the first quarter of 2010, growing from 10 agents to over 40. The addition of Bob Thompson and Family Benefits Group will see this number boost significantly again in the upcoming weeks.

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