SOURCE: Extreme Fitness, Inc.

November 27, 2007 06:30 ET

Extreme Fitness Sells $25,000 Worth of New Fitness Equipment to Cesar Chavez Middle School

PENROSE, CO--(Marketwire - November 27, 2007) - Extreme Fitness Inc. (PINKSHEETS: EXTF) announced the completion of a $25,000 contract to equip Cesar Chavez Academy, a middle school located in Pueblo, Colorado with new fitness equipment. John Huerta, Vice President of Extreme Fitness, Inc., states, "The equipment we replaced was 3 years old from a competitor whose machines need constant maintenance. We provided BWX Cardio (CV) machines, group cycles and a selection of free weight and Selectorized weight equipment. The new free weight equipment has special weight storage locks to prevent theft and non-supervised use. Our equipment provided is designed to hold up with minimum or no maintenance."

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I M & M Exercise Equipment, wholly owned subsidiary of Extreme Fitness Inc., founded in 1983, known at that time as Industrial Machine and Manufacturing, tapped into the emerging exercise equipment market. Frank Huerta, with sons Tom and John, capitalized on their sophisticated machining and manufacturing skills to engineer what rapidly became established as the premier exercise equipment on the market. The trio self-engineered and designed hundreds of products and implemented manufacturing processes for all stages of development and production, effectively driving ideas all the way from the drawing board to the customer's gym. The company became well known for its superb craftsmanship and exceptional customer service. Word of mouth referrals became (and persist to this day) the main mode of advertising. High profile clients continue to demand their products and services such as the United States Olympic Training Centers, Colleges and Universities, Professional Sports Teams, Major Chain Health Clubs as well as Celebrities and Professional athletes and coaches. The trio brings more than 66 years of combined experience and over 3 decades of successful business in the fitness industry. This wealth of understanding of industry standards, product engineering, and market history, trends and pitfalls is of utmost value to their continued success and ability to innovate new products.

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