SOURCE: Pop N Go, Inc.

November 26, 2007 09:30 ET

Pop N Go Signs Revenue Sharing Partnership With Optimal Food Source

WHITTIER, CA--(Marketwire - November 26, 2007) - Pop N Go, Inc. (OTCBB: POPN) is pleased to announce the appointment of Optimal Food Source, LLC to develop and manage the growth of the Pop N Go vending program throughout Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey.

Optimal Food Source, LLC, owned by Larry Gerace and Jim Corr, is a sister company to JJ Foods, Inc., a 25-year-old regional, full line food distribution company that services many of the types of clients that will benefit from placement of the Pop N Go machine, including schools, colleges, government facilities, hospitals, bowling alleys, cafeterias and convenience stores. Larry Gerace, President of Optimal, stated that "our existing food service relationships will provide us with the opportunity to use a cross-marketing strategy that will enable us to place machines rapidly and with extremely favorable results. We have been operating Pop N Go machines in schools and bowling alleys with great results." One of Optimal's first successes was to enter into a revenue sharing agreement with Pleasant News Corp., an owner/operator of newsstands and Bistros in several area airports. Bob Nix of Pleasant News says, "we are extremely excited about the machine and the program and both have been well received. We expect to begin placing machines at our airport sites in the very near future."

"We are excited about the opportunity to expand Pop N Go's presence in such key corridors as Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey. Optimal has already proven their marketing and operational capabilities with Pop N Go over the last several months," said Mel Wyman, Pop N Go CEO.

For further information about this release and Pop N Go, contact Mel Wyman at 562-945-9351 and/or Rich Kaiser, Investor Relations, YES INTERNATIONAL, 800-631-8127

About Pop N Go, Inc.

Pop N Go produces a unique hot air popcorn machine, capable of delivering single servings of fresh hot popcorn, which meets the demands of today's market. The company's self-contained equipment produces fresh popcorn for each customer while allowing the customer to watch the entire popping process. Pop N Go's machine is sized to fit almost anywhere (2'x2'), and can be used as a stand-alone vending machine or in a manual mode for traditional foodservice applications. More information about Pop N Go can be found at

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    Rich Kaiser