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Bill the Butcher

November 20, 2013 15:55 ET

Bill the Butcher Unveils New Logo and Website

SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwired - Nov 20, 2013) - Bill the Butcher, Inc. (OTCQB: BILB) with 6 "new school" butcher shops in Seattle launched its re-designed website and simultaneously introduced its new logo today. The new design reflects the company mission to "save the world, one steak at a time" with a raised fist and cleaver, an activist's symbol of unity, strength, defiance and resistance. "We are food reformers who have taken up a very serious and very delicious cause," said J'Amy Owens, CEO of Bill the Butcher. "Our nation's food supply is compromised and we are working every day to provide meat that you can trust, knowing that you are supporting conscious producers who value human and environmental health."

The new website makes sustainability accessible with Bill the Butcher's trademark humor alongside the gristle and carnality that makes Bill's meaty endeavor so fetching.

"It was time to add clicks to our bricks," said J'Amy Owens, who added, "Our former web site had over 650,000 visits and we knew that customers wanted deeper information, meat and poultry recipes, mobile capability, store locators and of course, a way to get to know our wonderful team of butchers."

Features of the new site include communications tabs for current and archived press releases, investor relations, a live feed of social networking channels, real time news and stock feeds. There are also in-depth views of our mission and our beliefs about what makes the healthiest pasture raised and pasture finished meat -- never ever using antibiotics, GMOs, growth hormones or animal by-products.

"This new web site is a precursor to a fully functional e-commerce site with the potential to sell and ship meat anywhere in the United States," said Owens. "We are working on that interface now and finalizing logistics for fulfillment with the added motivation of being included in the top 25 butcher shops in America and the runner up to King 5's Best Butcher in Western Washington."

Please visit Bill the Butcher at and we'll show you that you can have your steak and eat it too.

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