SOURCE: OBN Holdings, Inc.

OBN Holdings, Inc.

June 15, 2010 11:51 ET

OBN Holdings Introduces New Irish Whiskey

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - June 15, 2010) -  OBN Holdings, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: OBNI) today announces the filing of the trademark for "Emerald Isle Irish Whiskey," the second offering in its new beverage product line. "We are pleased with the introduction of Emerald Isle," stated Roger Neal Smith, OBN Holdings President and CEO. "The new product helps to begin solidifying our beverage division and provides an additional product offering for our trading company. As with our Scotch, the new trademark also adds another valuable asset to the company."

Emerald Isle Irish Whiskey will be distributed through Kyodo USA, OBN's wholly-owned trading company. Shipments are expected to begin during the summer of 2010.

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.

For latest SEC filings, go to the company's web site at www.obnholdings.com and click on the "Investor Info" heading. Periodic updates can be seen on the CEO's Blog at www.obnholdings.com/smith.

OBN Holdings, Inc.: 8275 South Eastern Avenue, Suite 200, Las Vegas, Nevada 89123. (702) 938-0467

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