SOURCE: Angel Acquisition Corp.

March 17, 2010 09:26 ET

Angels in Action and Club E

CARSON CITY, NV--(Marketwire - March 17, 2010) -  Angel Acquisition Corp. (OTCBB: AGEL) Angel AC's micro-lending division, Angels In Action, is a microfinance and peer-to-peer lending social network for American entrepreneurs (website: www.angelsinaction.tv). Angels In Action is proud to announce that the company's Director, Peter Burns, who founded Club E (website: www.ClubEOffice.com) is now providing a weekly feature called "Peter Speaks" at the Club E website (www.ClubEOffice.com). The blog provides valuable information on current events, and their impact on the entrepreneurial community.

The Club E website also features a new section called "Ask Peter". In this question and answer series, successful serial entrepreneur Peter Burns entertains questions from entrepreneurs around the globe, and responds with his personal insight and experience. The blog's purpose is to garner knowledge shared from someone who's been through the trenches, and wants to help entrepreneurs build and expand their successful businesses.

Club E is an official joint venture partner with Angels In Action, the microfinance and peer-to-peer lending division of Angel AC.

For additional information visit:

Angels In Action: www.angelsinaction.tv
Twitter: www.twitter.com/angelsinaction
Facebook: www.facebook.com:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Angels-In-Action/145472396848.

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