SOURCE: Constellation Asset Advisors, Inc.

January 31, 2011 12:47 ET

Constellation Asset Advisors, Inc. Establishes Corporate Headquarters in Las Vegas, Nevada

Prestigious Hughes Center Location Selected as World Headquarters

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - January 31, 2011) - Constellation Asset Advisors, Inc. is pleased to announce it has established its new corporate office in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company today announced it has selected the prestigious Hughes Center, which is conveniently located minutes away from McCarran International Airport, the Las Vegas Strip, and the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Jens Dalsgaard, President, stated: "We chose to incorporate and establish our new world headquarters in Las Vegas, Nevada for a multitude of reasons. The Hughes Center exemplifies the finest commercial business address in Las Vegas with its central location, panoramic views, institutional-quality office building and high tech amenities, creating a complete corporate business environment for our most discerning clients. Las Vegas has been, remains and will always be the premier and favorite business destination for our clients and team members. Las Vegas offers everything to everyone and we are thrilled to announce the establishment of our operations here today."

About Constellation Asset Advisors, Inc:

Constellation Asset Advisors, Inc. ("CAA") is a multi-faceted equity markets consulting firm. The senior principals of CAA have been engaged in private equity since 1985, and have collectively over 50 years of Wall Street experience. CAA provides advisory services to dynamic small and mid-sized companies, as well as services to clients in the energy, specialty chemicals, high technology and health care sectors. CAA seeks to partner with publicly traded, fully reporting entities. It provides advisory services on acquisition and merger management, capital investment, turnarounds, and a myriad of other business transactions. CAA brings further value by using its multi-market experience and top-level strategic alliances to bring together unique, undervalued assets and the groups that can most efficiently capitalize on them. CAA maintains a strong emphasis on established, long term partnerships and business arrangements with the best companies and partners in their respective markets.

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