SOURCE: Sulja Bros. Building Supplies, Ltd.

April 18, 2007 06:00 ET

SLJB CEO Set to Travel: Alberta Boom Thought a Potential Target for Satellite Outlet

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 18, 2007 -- Today, SLJB (PINKSHEETS: SLJB) announced that the Company's CEO Steve Sulja will travel to Alberta and nearby areas with a few trusted advisors to meet with contractors known to the SLJB business and others to explore the idea of opening a satellite in the region, and also to meet with the area mill representatives and owners to discuss and negotiate metric dimensional lumber production; a highly sought after commodity in regions beyond North America. So high is the request for said commodity among foreign markets, that the feasibility of supply is compulsory for the consideration of the Company and its future logistics. Mr. Sulja's trip is tentatively planned for next week.

"It is no big secret that Alberta is booming in terms of construction, infrastructure, and base-level economic staples consumption. This region is one of North America's most aggressively growing areas in every measurable way. I'd like to see if SLJB can be a part of that (growth) and if the products and services we provide can benefit the company and the area," said Sulja.

Alberta's Premier, Mr. Ed Stelmach, has gone as far to say that Alberta's economy has again reached the prominence of being "the driving force behind the economy of all Canada." Mr. Stelmach has dedicated the lion's share of his tenure as Premiere to managing this explosive economy in terms of its impact on future generations of Albertans.

Although there is nothing mandating the move to Alberta, Sulja is hopeful that the trip will bear positive light on the opportunity for SLJB. Shareholders will be kept apprised of any and all developments concerning this possible venture.

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