SOURCE: Crystal Properties Holdings, Inc.

June 10, 2009 16:40 ET

Crystal Signs Agreement and Partners Up With Union Trades Department AFL-CIO

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - June 10, 2009) - Crystal Properties Holding, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: CPHG) signed a Construction Project Labor Agreement (PLA) for the future ROCKFORD RIVER DISTRICT DOWNTOWN REVITALIZATION program in Rockford, Illinois (Winnebago County) with the Craft Local Unions Affiliated with the Building & Construction Trades Department AFL-CIO.

In an interview with RWG, The Union President and Business Representative and Organizer, Brad Long (, and International Union of North America Business Manager, Tom DalSanto of Local #32 - A.F.L. / C.I.O., stated, "The union trades are exited to be involved with Crystal Properties Holdings, Inc."

Peter Anello, The President of Crystal Properties, stated, "The union is a strong partner in the community and an integral part of the overall success of a project of this magnitude. The CPHG team is honored to have the union on board."

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