SOURCE: PureSpectrum, Inc.

October 07, 2014 06:00 ET

PureSpectrum Appoints New CEO, Entering Commodities Industry

VERO BEACH, FL--(Marketwired - Oct 7, 2014) - PureSpectrum, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: PSRU) announced today that it has appointed Gregory F. Gustin as its new Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer to lead the Company through its change into the Commodities Industry.

"Our foray in various commodities industry(s) is very exciting. It is a significantly different arena for us," said Mr. Gustin, CEO and President of PureSpectrum, Inc. "We look forward to establishing formal relations with our International Partner(s) who have already entered into numerous contracts with both suppliers and exit clients."

Mr. Gustin began his professional career as a decorated USMC fighter pilot. Then, after twelve years working in the Aerospace and Defense Industry, he spent the next sixteen years managing companies in several disciplines, including various international firms.

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About PureSpectrum, Inc.

PureSpectrum ("PSRU") is a newly formed US entity. Its principals have nearly sixty years' experience creating and managing several business enterprises. PSRU was initially created to provide business development consulting support to its affiliates in Europe. Even though several of those affiliates have been in various business endeavors for many years (some for decades) they still sought our support to modernize their business practices.

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