SOURCE: Cephas Holdings Inc

April 28, 2009 08:33 ET

Cephas Debuts "Ask the Sheik" on Android Market

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - April 28, 2009) - Cephas Holdings Inc. (OTCBB: CEHCE) today announced that it has released its first mobile application, "Ask the Sheik," on the Android Market featuring the world famous Iron Sheik. It is available for download today to T-Mobile subscribers with an Android phone.

Android is the mobile operating system that is owned by Google and is currently available in the United States on the G1 phone from T-Mobile. It is estimated that there are one million phones with the Android system in use in the United States.

In a Q&A format, users can ask a question and get a response. Responses are based on the Sheik's famous catch phrases. Players are cautioned that the Sheik is rarely a sympathetic listener. You might find yourself in his famous "Camel Clutch" if you get on his bad side.

The Iron Sheik is known to wrestling fans around the world for this entertaining career in the ring. The Sheik's outrageous opinions have been seen and heard on his appearances on "The Howard Stern Show" and his popular series of YouTube videos.

Cephas plans to develop a marketing campaign using the Sheik in a new series of videos to promote the applications.

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