SOURCE: eWorld Companies, Inc.
LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 26, 2013) - Henning Morales, CEO of eWorld Companies, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: EWRC), announced today that the company has completed all necessary requirements for full reinstatement of its corporate status in the state of Nevada and is now in the process of preparing its financial statements for voluntary posting on Pink Sheets as well.
Mr. Morales further commented on the timing of these events by explaining that the company's revenues have increased sufficiently in recent months that management now feels confident that the current economic climate is now favorable for the company to secure the last round of funding it needs to complete the implementation of its business model. Additional details regarding the company's near term marketing plans will be released in the very near future.
ABOUT EWORLD COMPANIES, INC.
eWorld Companies, Inc. markets and distributes cutting edge Internet technologies through its wholly-owned subsidiary eWorld Entertainment, Inc. and its International network of Affiliates, users and strategic partners. eWorld's patent-pending Boomerang Media Station® is a multimedia content delivery platform and features exclusive and third-party movies, music videos, webcasts and other streaming video content delivered via its unique state-of-the-art high-definition quality video player. Boomerang is a free software program that streams rich media within the actual application and remains ever-present as the user browses the Internet, offering the user one-click access to limitless entertainment experiences and convenience benefits. eWorld also produces and promotes live professional and lifestyle events through a separate division, "THE Xperience." For more information visit www.eworldcompanies.com.
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