SOURCE: SPOOFEM.COM USA, Inc.

September 20, 2010 08:00 ET

Former Atlanta Falcon Donald Eugene Shockley Jr., Signs on to Promote SPOOFEM.com

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - September 20, 2010) -  SPOOFEM.COM (http://spoofem.com/) (PINKSHEETS: SPFM), a caller ID spoofing service, today announced that former Atlanta Falcon player, Donald Eugene Shockley Jr., will become one of the new faces of the company. SPOOFEM.COM has signed a 1-year endorsement deal with the former NFL player, bringing him on to re-brand the company. Shockley's responsibilities will be to sign autographs and appear on SPOOFEM.COM commercials, perform voice overs for radio advertisements, wear SPOOFEM.COM apparel to non-sponsored events, in addition to mentioning the company's name during non-sponsored radio and television appearances. Shockley will also grant permission to SPOOFEM.COM for the company to use his individual identification in advertisement and promote all of the company's products.

"Signing DJ is a major move for SPOOFEM.COM," says Gregory Evans, Founder of SPOOFEM.COM. "As usual SPOOFEM.COM sets the trend above all its competition. DJ is a face that the younger generation recognizes and respects."

Participating in his first 26 games as a reserve with the Georgia Bulldogs, DJ Shockley took over the quarterback helm, starting his final eleven contests. Shockley completed 153-of-277 passes (55.2%) for 2,311 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior, giving him 3,278 yards and 31 scoring strikes among his 220-of-410 career passes. His 3,278 yards rank tenth on the school's career-record passing list and his 31 career touchdowns rank seventh in school annals. 

In 2005, Shockley played in 12 of Georgia's 13 games, completing 173 of 310 (55.8%) passes for 2,588 yards and 5 interceptions (1.6%) and 24 touchdowns. He also gained 322 yards rushing in 78 attempts with 4 touchdowns and recorded a longest run of 46 yards versus Boise State. Even though many mock drafts projected him to be taken earlier, Shockley was drafted in the 7th round (223rd overall) by the Atlanta Falcons in the 2006 NFL Draft. He was the first University of Georgia player selected by the Falcons since 1994.

On August 27, 2006, then Falcons head coach Jim Mora announced that Shockley had made the team as the 3rd string quarterback and would lead the scout team. DJ Shockley is currently an American football quarterback for the Omaha Nighthawks of the United Football League.

ABOUT SPOOFEM.COM
SPOOFEM.COM, now a publicly traded company, began as a caller id spoofing service, but has now expanded to include several new functionality elements, features and services. SPOOFEM offers more free and powerful tools than any other identification spoofing service such as SPOOFTEXT and SPOOFMAIL. These services allow you to send anonymous text messages and emails. For more information regarding SPOOFEM.COM's products and services visit www.SPOOFEM.com.

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