SOURCE: Incoming, Inc.

March 01, 2010 15:00 ET

Incoming, Inc Extends Closing Date of North American Bio-Energies LLC Acquisition

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - March 1, 2010) -  Incoming, Inc (OTCBB: ICNN), a brand acceleration firm, announced today that it will extend the closing date of its recently announced acquisition of North American Bio-Energies LLC (NABE). The acquisition was initially slated to close on or before February 28, 2010. Pursuant to the terms of the Exchange Agreement between Incoming and NABE, Incoming plans to exercise its right to extend the closing date in order to allow the company's auditors sufficient time to complete the audit report on the NABE financial statements. The acquisition of North American Bio-Energies LLC (NABE), owner of Foothills Bio-Energies in NC, marks a powerful new entry into the alternative energy industry for Incoming, Inc.

About NABE: North American Bio-Energies, LLC is a NC corporation that was formed in 2005. The Company retrofitted a resin/adhesive plant, in Lenoir, NC, to produce high quality biodiesel from agri-based feedstock. The Company began selling biodiesel in 2006 under the name Foothills Bio-Energies. Foothills has produced biodiesel continuously since its inception. Foothills has several significant advantages over their competition: low overhead, on-site laboratory and no concentration of credit risk. Foothills plant is located in Caldwell County North Carolina, which is a depressed county with low labor, property tax and utility rates. The current arrangement, which runs through 2022, with the owners of the property, has Foothills paying annual property taxes on the facility, $16,000, in lieu of rent. Google has just moved their largest Server facility to Caldwell County, to property that abuts the biodiesel plant. Since Foothills has a full laboratory on-site, they do not lose time or money sending samples out for testing. Foothills could sell their entire product to only one of its customers but to combat a concentration credit risk they currently are selling biodiesel to eight petroleum distributors.

Currently the state's largest producer of biofuel, Foothills Bio-Energies has positioned itself as more than a provider of fuel in the western part of the state -- the company is also nurturing their growing industry by serving as a test bed for new biodiesel production technology. Led by life long oil-man and current PAC Chairman of the Petroleum Marketers' Association of America Sam Bell, Foothills is the epitome of innovation in the biodiesel industry. Based on a complete regional energy cycle, the company uses local feedstock as their raw material, reducing transportation costs for raw materials and providing the maximum return to the local economy.

About Biodiesel: Biodiesel is the name of a clean burning alternative fuel, produced from domestic, renewable resources. Biodiesel can be used as a pure fuel or blended with petroleum in any percentage. B20 (a blend of 20 percent by volume biodiesel with 80 percent by volume petroleum diesel) has demonstrated significant environmental benefits with a minimum increase in cost for fleet operations and other consumers. It can be used in compression-ignition (diesel) engines with little or no modifications. Biodiesel is simple to use, biodegradable, nontoxic, and essentially free of sulfur and aromatics. This makes Biodiesel a highly desired asset in the public and private sector's current initiatives to reduce fuel emissions and build a greener, more sustainable future.

About Incoming, Inc.
Incoming, Inc. is a diversified brand acceleration firm. Our goal is to identify growth opportunities and innovative business models and invest our resources to transform successful companies into international brands. At Incoming, Inc. we believe quality products and innovative ideas always deserve a position in the marketplace. For more information see http://www.incominginc.com/.

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