SOURCE: Rodedawg International Industries, Inc.

July 05, 2006 16:00 ET

Rodedawg International Industries, Inc. Offers First US Positions for Rodedawg Amphibious Off-Road Vehicles

HAYWARD, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 5, 2006 -- Rodedawg International Industries, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: RWGI) announced today that the company is now offering positions for the first Rodedawg amphibious units available in the US market following certification approval.

"We decided to give Rodedawg enthusiasts the opportunity to become first owners of the amazing soft top version of the Rodedawg 4x4 off-road vehicle in the US," said Luis E. Pallais, CEO of Rodedawg International Industries, Inc.

The company began an advertising campaign for the sale of the Rodedawg in other world markets and for pre-sale in the US and Canada, just as GM announced it would end production of the Hummer H1 in June 2006.

Pallais states that the recreational uses of the Rodedawg are unlimited. "If you enjoy outdoor adventures, exploring, boating, rugged trails, hunting, fishing or any other thrill an adventurer might dream up, then you need to see, ride in, and own a new, exciting Rodedawg. Have fun in a Rodedawg!"

Pallais added that the Rodedawg can be used for land and water security situations as well as for emergency rescue and disaster relief, e.g. during floods or hurricanes. He envisions the Rodedawg can and will save lives.

"This amazing, adaptable vehicle does not have any real competition. A $70,000 boat will not perform on land, and a $120,000 vehicle like the 'Hummer H1' will not swim on water. The best news of all is the 'Rodedawg,' for some markets, will have a base price of about $50,000."

Those interested in securing or buying a "Rodedawg" or in becoming a dealer can visit and call 800-793-0355 or email

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