SOURCE: American Commerce Solutions, Inc.

August 29, 2007 07:52 ET

American Commerce Solutions, Inc. Accesses Line of Credit

BARTOW, FL--(Marketwire - August 29, 2007) - American Commerce Solutions, Inc. (OTCBB: AACS) today announced that it has received access to a line of credit which could enhance production by increasing parts availability for its IMW subsidiary and inventory for Chariot Manufacturing.

ACS, President and Chief Executive Officer, Daniel L. Hefner, commented, "Several weeks ago ACS management arranged access to $200K line of credit to be used to facilitate production by improving inventory availability. This funding has already benefited both Chariot and IMW during August by allowing the company to accept work that would have been turned away without the additional funds. This is one more step in the overall financing process required to take advantage of the opportunities available to us."

Hefner continued, "In addition to the line of credit, Chariot has also been approved for the GE Funcard program which provides rapid approval for credit purchases of Chariot products for the retail market. The credit facility is set at a specific amount based upon the credit worthiness of the applicant. Once approved, the customer can spend all or part of the approved credit limit. The customer then may purchase additional products and services from the line which replenishes as payments are made. The GE Funcard is used by motorcycle dealers nationwide and those cardholders are also able to purchase trailers, parts and accessories. The Funcard network will have access to all companies that accept the Funcard, including Chariot."

American Commerce Solutions, Inc. is a multi-industry holding company. ACS currently has wholly owned subsidiaries International Machine and Welding, Inc. and Chariot Manufacturing Company.

The ACS website, highlights the IMW operation and links to the Chariot website,

ACS also maintains a Strategic Partnership with American Fiber Green Products, Inc.,

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