SOURCE: Enzyme Environmental Solutions Inc.

July 10, 2008 09:04 ET

Enzyme Environmental Solutions Begins Product Placement of Wipeout Stain Pens

FORT WAYNE, IN--(Marketwire - July 10, 2008) - Enzyme Environmental Solutions Inc. (PINKSHEETS: EESO) CEO Jared Hochstedler announced today that the company has launched a product placement campaign of the "Wipeout Stain Pen."

Hochstedler commented, "I am pleased to be able to finally give out this news. The distribution of the pens has already been designated to over 1200 convenience stores located in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Georgia, South and North Carolina."

"Our initial orders have exceeded 85,000 pens that will sell for $3.00 or more depending on the geographic market. The pens will be sold under the EESO brand in locations including Shell, Marathon, and BP to mention a few," continued Hochstedler. "This activity demonstrates the foundational hard work of all the EESO staff during the first half of the year. This item alone could produce in excess of $3 million in gross revenue by the end of 2008."

"I would like to clarify the GC2000 letter of intent with VESCOR has been signed and EESO is the recipient of the down payment. VESCOR was recently formed to give a central point of contact for EESO, IBEAM, Inc and John Modezjewski, President of VESCOR, with other unnamed parties. I expect this opportunity will be finalized in the next 60 days and EESO is to be the recipient of the final payment. The real value of this opportunity is in the future reoccurring sales," stated Hochstedler

"Finally, I am pleased to announce that a memorandum of understanding is being prepared to enter negotiations for the terms of distribution of EESO products to be on the shelves in major retailers across Mexico. More information concerning the Mexico distribution will be forthcoming," concluded Hochstedler.

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