SOURCE: Beyond Commerce, Inc.

Beyond Commerce, Inc.

August 07, 2009 09:30 ET

Beyond Commerce Supports the Home of Life Community Development Corporation in an Effort to Develop Job Readiness Skills for Inner-City Chicago Youth

HENDERSON, NV--(Marketwire - August 7, 2009) - Beyond Commerce, Inc. (OTCBB: BYOC) www.beyondcommerce.com, an E-commerce solutions, local advertising and niche social networking company, supports the Home of Life Community Development Corporation, in an effort to develop job readiness skills for inner-city Chicago youth.

Home of Life Community Development Corporation, www.homeoflife.org, has created a training program, sponsored by a grant from the City of Chicago Department of Family & Support Services Workforce Investment Act's Youth Ready Chicago Summer Job Program. This program was developed and spearheaded by Drs. Aaron & Margaret Jamal of R.A.T.E.S.™ Development, to educate inner-city youth about online marketing while connecting Local Businesses within their communities. Beyond Commerce's CEO and Chairman, Robert McNulty, addressed 46 youths at the program's graduation ceremony on July 30th, at the Home of Life MB Church in Chicago, Illinois. In early September, Mr. McNulty will return to Chicago with 30 Local Ad Link independent sales representatives to mentor these youths with field training, including face-to-face meetings with businesses in their community.

"The training program has touched the lives of this small group of inner-city youth. We look forward to working with Bob McNulty and LocalAdLink to make positive changes in our community," stated Pastor Johnny Henderson of the Home of Life MB Church.

About Home of Life Community Development Corporation

Home of Life Community Development Corporation (HLCDC) is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization founded in 1991 and incorporated in 1993. Since its inception, HLCDC has served the surrounding community in the area of social services. Many of its direct and indirect service staff members and independent contractors are certified in their professions, and have years of experience in their chosen fields. It has credentialed social service workers, childcare and Head Start instructors, and business owners on staff. Their areas of expertise include insurance, real estate, banking, ministry, counseling, childcare, mentoring and social work.

HLCDC has collaborated with the Mayor's Office of Workforce Development and various community organizations to place over 300 students in summer employment programs. Using funds from an Empowerment Zone/Economic Communities Grant, they have also provided life readiness skills and job placement services to 75 students, ages 14 to 21. In addition, HLCDC has a partnership with the Cook County Juvenile Service Program. Their New Beginning initiative provides highly disciplined, highly structured work and re-education for troubled youths who are under the control of the criminal justice system. Through an association with the City of Chicago Clerk's office, young adults are able to complete their community service at the Madison Street location.

About Beyond Commerce, Inc.

Beyond Commerce, Inc. (OTCBB: BYOC) www.beyondcommerce.com, provides best in class products, services, and solutions by being the low cost provider in its market sector. i-SUPPLY, www.i-SUPPLY.com, offers easy to use, fully customizable E-commerce services, and revenue solutions for any Web site, large or small, and hosts local ads, providing extensive reach for our proprietary advertising partner network platform. LocalAdLink, www.LocalAdLink.com, is a local business search directory and advertising network that brings local advertising to geo-targeted consumers. BOOMj, www.BOOMj.com, is the leading niche portal and social networking site for Baby Boomers and Generation Jones.

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