SOURCE: Newron Sport

November 10, 2009 09:25 ET

Newron Sport (NSPT) Continues Sales Growth, After Appearance on National Radio Broadcast and Signing of a Publicity Contract With Radio X & Radio X 2

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - November 10, 2009) - Newron Sport (PINKSHEETS: NSPT) is pleased to announce that it is continuing its growth through its receipt of online orders and interest from sporting good stores after appearing on eastern Canada's Radio X national broadcast.

Newron Sport has received multiple amounts of orders online and interest from multiple sporting good stores after a live Radio X broadcast on http://www.radiox.com, an affiliate of RNC Media Inc., http://www.rncmedia.ca/pg_offers.php. The broadcast focuses on how the Newron skate system absorbs imperfections and provides the inline skate user the feel of a smooth glide with unique safety features.

Mr. Robert Ritondo, President of Newron Sport, stated, "We are very excited about the responses we are getting after our appearance on the radio broadcast interview. This again proves that once the consumer understands our technology they will realize how exceptional and incomparable we are to the competition. As with many other customers, they will then want to purchase our products. Also we have invested in an advertising package with Radio X that will announce seventy; 30 second spots which will enable us to evaluate the impact for future advertising budgets," concluded Mr. Ritondo.

About RNC Media Inc.

RNC Media Inc. was founded in 1948 under the name Radio Nord Inc. Today, it is one of the largest private producer and broadcaster of French-language entertainment.

The Radio Nord network has been on the air since 1948. Today, it dominates the French-language radio market in Canada. Almost 60 years of history made Radio Nord into the player it has come to be. Today, the enterprise counts 16 radio stations and 5 television stations in the principally in the province of Quebec.

About Newron Sport

Newron's patented tandem device is a unique product that focuses on both recreational use and enhancing sports performance by allowing the enjoyment of inline skating on hard and rough surfaces without the vibrations and loss of balance because of surface imperfections as the Newron skate system absorbs these imperfections and provides the inline skate user the feel of a smooth glide, stride and maneuverability of an ice skate, all while offering the user a safer and more efficient braking system than the conventional inline skates.

The Newron inline skates is intended both to help prevent injury and to improve athletic performance via its confidence enhancing attributes among inline skate sports participants. The Newron inline skate seeks to foster the enjoyment of sports by people of all ages.

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