SOURCE: Enzyme Environmental Solutions Inc.

May 13, 2008 14:58 ET

Enzyme Environmental Solutions Announces Expansion Into the Convenience Store Beverage Industry

FORT WAYNE, IN--(Marketwire - May 13, 2008) - Enzyme Environmental Solutions Inc. (PINKSHEETS: EESO) CEO S. Jared Hochstedler announced today that the company has finalized the plans to launch into the Convenience store beverage industry. Anticipated annual revenues from this division could top $15 million USD (based on historical data).

CEO Jared Hochstedler stated, "In conjunction with the ECO merger and the contacts that Bill White and Owen Stern have brought to EESO we are now able to begin to supply up to 1,500 Convenience stores with coffee, cappuccino, espresso, smoothies and ice tea. The average yearly revenue from each store is estimated to reach $14,000 per year. This initiative will not detract from the previously announced efforts and project, but will be a division unto its own."

Hochstedler continued, "I am extremely pleased to also announce that the beverage division will be under the leadership of Mark Troyer. Mark has an extensive financial background and is driven toward success. I am looking forward to Mark joining the EESO team and running with this division."

Hochstedler further stated, "The revenues from this new initiative are in addition to the previously estimated $30 million of 2009 annual revenue. The company will need to invest around $5 million to fully roll out this division, which will be done as funding is available. Anytime I can invest and get a potential 300% return per year I will do that everyday. This is consistent with my plans to build shareholder value. Please visit for a video that introduces Mark Troyer."

"As mentioned earlier our fully automated bottling machine has been delivered and we expect it to be operational no later than weeks end. I hope these recent events will demonstrate my desire to build shareholder and overtime, I trust all shareholders will be pleased with our results. I am further looking forward to releasing further contract information in the coming days," concluded Hochstedler.

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