SOURCE: H3 Enterprises, Inc.

September 11, 2007 09:25 ET

Over 40 Million to View BET Special "HIP-HOP vs. AMERICA" Featuring H3's President and CEO, Dr. Ben Chavis

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - September 11, 2007) - H3 Enterprises, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: HTRE) President and CEO Dr. Ben Chavis will be featured on BET's TV Special "HIP-HOP vs. AMERICA." According to a release issued by BET on CNN's MONEY.com on September 10, 2007, Dr. Ben will be seen defending hip-hop culture in "a powerful 3-Part TV Special that will address the current state of hip-hop. The show debuts on September 25th and 26th, 2007 at 8:00 p.m. EDT/PDT" exclusively on BET.

Tens of millions of people are expected to tune into this historic program to witness the debate amongst hip-hops' most respected. Appearing alongside Dr. Ben will be Russell Simmons, T.I., Nelly, Chuck D, MC Lyte, Master P, Mike Jones, Dr. Cornel West, Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, Reverend Al Sharpton, Stanley Crouch, Kim Osorio, and many other nationally known leaders. This program should certainly prove to be a ratings bonanza for BET as it is one of the most anticipated programs the network has produced to date.

Dr. Ben Chavis affirmed, "I was proud to have this unique opportunity to defend hip-hop music and culture from all those people who have a fundamental misunderstanding about the positive value and aspirations of hip-hop. Through H3's planned development of HipHopSodaShops, I have personally witnessed the overwhelming entrepreneurial spirit of young hip-hop artists and young people in general to rise to the occasion of working for the empowerment of our communities. Long live hip-hop!"

H3 Enterprises is the first publicly traded company dedicated to the Hip-Hop generation. For more information please visit www.h3inc.com, www.hiphopsodashop.com, or call 877 H3 HIPHOP or 212 385 8039.

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