SOURCE: OBN Holdings, Inc.

OBN Holdings, Inc.

July 06, 2010 10:56 ET

OBN Holdings Forms UK Subsidiary

Kyodo UK Ltd to Handle European Operations

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - July 6, 2010) - OBN Holdings, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: OBNI) today announces the formation of Kyodo UK Ltd. The company, a wholly-owned subsidiary formed under the laws of the United Kingdom, will be based in London, England.

"The formation of Kyodo UK results in a number of opportunities for OBN Holdings," stated Roger Neal Smith, OBN Holdings President and CEO. "It provides greater support for the beverage operations being developed and exported from the region. Additionally, Kyodo UK Ltd will be able to take advantage of various British government financial support and export incentives available to businesses based in the country."

Kyodo UK Ltd will be responsible for handling activities throughout the United Kingdom and European Union, and will interface with other OBN entities.

About OBN Holdings
OBN Holdings is engaged in acquisition and subsequent development of businesses worldwide. The company has interests in a diverse number of industries, including entertainment, manufacturing, technology and business services. OBN is internationally diversified with offices and subsidiaries in the United States, Hong Kong and Japan. The company posted revenue of $18 million for its previous fiscal year.

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