SOURCE: The Fight Zone, Inc.

April 15, 2009 09:00 ET

The Fight Zone's Gold Recycle Corporation Targets Over 32 Million Households With New TV Campaign

ADDISON, TX--(Marketwire - April 15, 2009) - The Fight Zone, Inc.'s (PINKSHEETS: TFZI) Gold Recycle Corporation today announced that it has launched its new television campaign that will reach over 32 million U.S. households over the next six weeks.

Jim Epstein, GRC President, said, "This is huge -- we're coming out of the box with our first campaign that will reach over 32 million U.S. households in over 200 markets across the country."

Company officials believe that for every $1m spent in advertising the Company should generate a minimum of $4m in gold purchases. According to Company Co-CEO Steven Humphries, "This is a major announcement that will demonstrate just how committed we are to this business."

The metals recycling business is the second biggest source of gold, silver and platinum. An estimated $9 billion is spent on jewelry every year in the U.S. alone. Worldwide, between 23% and 25% of the gold supply comes from recycling. That translates into 30 million ounces of gold into the global market from recycling which equals $20 billion annually.

The gold recycling business is a $30 billion annual business. GRC Management is forecasting gross revenues of $2 to $4 million in the first 12 months of operation.

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