SOURCE: Syndication Inc.

January 10, 2008 09:59 ET

Syndication Inc. Signs Award-Winning Marketing and Information Technology Organization

WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwire - January 10, 2008) - Syndication Inc. (OTCBB: SYDI) is proud to announce that it has signed with Adventure Web Productions, www.advp.com, of Baltimore, Maryland. Adventure will be enhancing our marketing programs and developing a national branding campaign for SYDI. In addition to the marketing and branding programs, they will be developing a web page that will significantly enhance our exposure on the web. Doctors worldwide will now be able to access our information and contact us directly. This will facilitate our expansion into many more markets. Brian Sorrentino, SYDI Founder and CEO, said at a recent press conference, "We are very excited with the signing of Adventure, they will add to SYDI an entirely new vision of growth throughout the United States." By the many calls we have received, SYDI feels confident that our shareholders are experiencing the excitement in our vision for the year 2008.

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