VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - Apr 2, 2013) - Olie, Inc. (OTCQB: OLIE) ("Olie" or the "Company") announced today that Len Schutzman, former PepsiCo SVP, has joined the Company as a Consultant to the Board of Directors. "We are excited to welcome Len's expertise to our Company," stated Robert Gardner, President of Olie, Inc. "Len is well known as a tenured executive throughout the public markets with his Director status on the boards of five publicly traded organizations. His proficiency in corporate governance, business development and international relations will be an invaluable asset to our management team."
Management reports that Mr. Schutzman has a global reputation in the technology sector as well as key relationships with retailers and distributors around the world. The Company anticipates securing further U.S. and International distribution contracts following the addition of Schutzman to the Company's Board.
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About Olie, Inc.
EnCanSol/Olie, Inc. (Olie) is a company focused on emerging, clean energy storage technologies. Olie owns world-wide rights to the patented Rechargeable Alkaline Manganese (RAMCELL) battery technology -- considered one of the most cost effective and environmentally responsible battery technologies in the world.
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