SOURCE: Isbre Holding Corp.

February 28, 2007 09:00 ET

Isbre Enters Into Massachusetts Distribution Agreement

MONTVALE, NJ -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 28, 2007 -- Isbre Holding Corp. (PINKSHEETS: ISBH) announced today that it has entered into a Distribution Agreement with L. Knife & Son, Inc. for distribution of Isbre bottled Norwegian spring water. The agreement covers the entire Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Isbre earlier announced distribution arrangements covering eastern Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and the District of Columbia.

L. Knife & Son, Inc. was founded in 1891 by Luigi Cortelli (Knife). The company is run by President Gerald V. Sheehan and his son Timothy G. Sheehan and currently employs more than 280 people in Massachusetts. L. Knife & Son, Inc. is a wholesaler for Anheuser-Busch and several other international and micro brew brands. From distribution centers in Kingston and Danvers, L. Knife & Son, Inc. supplies over 13,500 licensees in Massachusetts.

Isbre Holding Corp. is a producer, distributor and marketer of bottled water and bulk water. Isbre's water source is a spring located in the glacier region at the end of the Hardanger fjord on the west coast of Norway. Isbre holds the trademark right to put the logo "The World's Best Drinking Water"® on its labels. The company currently bottles its water in Norway and sells it in the U.S., Canada and Europe. Isbre is in the process of establishing a bottling facility in a port city in the Northeast United States. The company will ship its water in tanker ships directly from its springs in Norway to the U.S. bottling facility. The company is also seeking other global areas of sales for its water products.

The Isbre contact person regarding this press release is Stevan A. Sandberg, President, who can be reached at 201.802.0005 or sandberg@isbre.com.

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