SOURCE: Shine Holdings, Inc.

March 08, 2007 08:38 ET

Shine Holdings Acquires Alpaca Publishing Group

CARY, NC -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 8, 2007 -- Shine Holdings, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SHDG) announced today that it has acquired Alpaca Publishing Group, Inc. of Elverson, Pennsylvania, in a stock for stock transfer.

Brett Swailes, Shine CEO, states: "As public and governmental interest in hormone removal continues to develop, we want to quickly disseminate information via books, project manuals, and media kits. Other offerings such as magazines, business blogs, and additional video productions all constitute other possible entry points into the burgeoning information industry."

Shine Holdings, Inc. states its intention to develop and use its patent-pending ozone process to eliminate EDCs (Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals) and hormones from U.S. drinking water. The human ingestion of these substances is now implicated in obesity, premature puberty, reproductive diseases in women, and other health conditions. According to a report by the Environmental Business Journal, U.S. Drinking Water utilities posted $33.79 billion in revenues in 2004.

About Shine Holdings

Shine Holdings, Inc., headquartered in Cary, North Carolina, has a core focus of seeking out and acquiring biology and technology companies and their methodologies to provide shareholders with capital appreciation and income.

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