SOURCE: NRP Stone Inc.

August 25, 2009 16:15 ET

NRP Stone Inc. Corporate Overview

REDCLIFF, AB--(Marketwire - August 25, 2009) - NRP Stone Inc. (PINKSHEETS: NRPI) announced today that the company had begun trading on the pink sheets exchange under the above symbol. The company filed its 15c211 and went effective in June of 2009. A copy of the financial information and other important disclosure documents may be viewed at

The company is in the business of providing Cremation Urns to the funeral industry and is developing both wholesale and retail outlets for its products. The company's offices are located in Redcliff, Alberta, Canada. The company plans to establish distribution centers, warehouses and sales outlets in both Canada and the United States.

The Cremation Urn market is a relatively new market and NRP Stone Inc. has positioned itself to become a world leader in the industry. Current trends in the funeral industry cite high costs of traditional burials and the lack of space in many larger cities as the reason.

The internet has many statistics with relation to the cremation industry. Some articles claim that as many as 70% (seventy percent) of all deaths result in cremations. Some major cities are reporting figures as high as 97%. The products sold by NRP Stone Inc. provide a very beautiful and tasteful way for the family to retain the ashes of a cremated loved one. The granite urns are laser engraved and very beautiful. Having such a beautiful remembrance of a loved one tends to assist with the bereavement process. In many cases the company has engraved a photograph and the life story of the loved one right on the urn. The engraved urn seems to help families deal with the loss in a much kinder way, adding a reminder of their loved one in a very tasteful and professional setting.

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    Wilf Blum
    Alexander Lindale L.L.C.