SOURCE: Leeward Group Holdings, Inc.

September 23, 2010 06:30 ET

Leeward Group Expands Executive Team

PENNINGTON, NJ--(Marketwire - September 23, 2010) -  Leeward Group Holdings Inc. (OTCBB: PCPZ) announced today that Mr. Brian Breton, CIC, has been appointed Executive Vice President for its Flagship Insurance Agency subsidiary. Mr. Breton has extensive experience in the industry and will lead the sales initiative for the Company's New England region. Flagship Insurance Agency is a wholly owned subsidiary of Leeward Group, and Flagship is the largest insurance agency in the Leeward Group.

According to Bill Cleave, President of Flagship Insurance Agency, "Mr. Breton has been our leading insurance sales person for quite some time. He has over 20 years of insurance industry experience and we anticipate that he will continue to do great things for our Company. We congratulate him on this well-earned promotion."

Leeward Group Holdings Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiaries, operates a full-service insurance agency and consulting firm serving businesses and individuals throughout the Northeastern United States.

The Company is based in Pennington, New Jersey and it has five retail locations. Three of the locations are in New England while the other two are in the Mid-Atlantic. With licenses in all 50 States, the Company offers Property & Casualty, Life & Health and specialty insurance programs for business, individuals, associations and groups throughout the United States.

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