SOURCE: LoftWerks, Inc.

August 15, 2005 09:45 ET

LoftWerks, Inc. CEO Airs Vision on TV: Utilizes Forum to Identify "Bigger Picture" of Urban Renewal... Ancillary Opportunities

NASHVILLE, TN -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 15, 2005 -- LoftWerks, Inc. (OTC: LFWK) CEO Dennis Ammerman appeared on "Nashville Business-This Week" to discuss company developments, and to showcase his business plan which presents a comprehensive approach to urban revitalization. The program, which was taped on August 12 and co-hosted by Holly Dollof and Geert de Lombaerde, aired five (5) times over the past weekend on Nashville station WTVF.

The show, which also included a segment with Nashville furnishings expert Jennifer Kocak, focused on the cutting edge of urban living in terms of individuality, design, and lifestyle in America's metropolitan areas. "I'm grateful for the opportunity to get the word out about LoftWerks (LFWK) and our emergence here in Nashville," said Ammerman. "We are integrating a previously disparate array of projects, services and products into the leading movement in metropolitan markets in this country. This includes anything from our physical restoration services to an on-line and catalog merchandising campaign created specifically for the urban/loft market, and even the future production and broadcast of a cable TV series which will highlight and promote the benefits of living in dynamic inner-city locales."

On the program, Ammerman discussed the founding of LoftWerks, its recent IPO, and his ideas concerning the development of a new, on-line and catalog-sales campaign that will offer the "essentials" to his burgeoning market of urbanites, including a furniture line, house wares, and other "survival-gear necessities" for the urban dweller. "I always appreciate the opportunity to convey our vision. Media is vital. Everyone willing to listen must have a chance to hear loud and clear. There is a whole lot more to this company than bricks and mortar... it's about all the things that make us the right thing at the right time."

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