SOURCE: Starinvest Group Inc.

September 02, 2011 16:40 ET

Starinvest Group Inc. Subsidiary TC Eco Solution Announces a Joint Venture Agreement With Winthrop University Hospital, Mineola, NY

LONG BEACH, NY--(Marketwire - Sep 2, 2011) - TC Eco Solution Inc., a subsidiary of Starinvest Group Inc. (OTCBB: STIV) (PINKSHEETS: STIV) (OTCQX: STIV), announces a Joint Venture agreement with Winthrop University Hospital, Mineola, NY. TC Eco Solutions is pleased to announce a Joint Venture with the "Cancer Center for Kids" program run by Winthrop University Hospital -- the "Cans for Kids" recycling program. The Joint Venture is a beneficial arrangement for TC Eco Solution Inc. and the Winthrop Hospital program. Consistent with the TC Eco Solution business model, to reduce cost to clients while benefiting the environment, will increase the TC Eco Solution Inc. customer base and visibility. The alignment with Winthrop University Hospital will expand TC Eco Solution's current recycling effort, increase their revenue base and contribute to a very worthy cause. Tim Phillips, President, says: "I am excited with the arrangement for the commercial benefits, but equally satisfied with being a part of the 'Cancer Center for Kids' Program. Our business model focused on capturing the volume of recycles from the tri state area is taking form. The increased visibility from our new joint venture will have a positive benefit on our future marketing effort."

Starinvest Group Inc. is a publicly traded company on the OTC market, with a new management team in place. The focus is to develop a back to basic cash flow from recurring revenue investments; i.e., T.C Eco Solutions Inc., LIB&S Inc., and Regal Barrington Consulting Group, with an eye towards future ventures focused on growth and / or income. Management believes combining basic cash flow business with investments in young promising companies can yield an attractive total return concept for STIV investors.

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