April 20, 2012 15:30 ET

Suffer Begins Process of Corporate Name Change

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - Apr 20, 2012) - SUFFER, (PINKSHEETS: SUFF)

SUFFER (PINKSHEETS: SUFF) today announced that it is taking the first steps to effect a change in the name of the public company to reflect its expanded focus, upcoming acquisitions and increase the Company's global marketability and branding.

A Board resolution detailing the name change is expected to be signed off on today. Company Council is working on the name change application with Finra as well as submission to the Nevada Secretary of State. The Company has NO PLANS to seek a reverse split. Full details including the proposed new Company name and new website will be announced shortly.

The name change is being undertaken to more accurately reflect the company's current focus, specifically expanding into areas outside of apparel and becoming a holdings corporation with several subsidiaries. The Company has been working on several acquisitions in technology and media.

Joseph Lewis, President, stated, "This will broaden the range of the public company's products and services globally and bring increased revenues and greater shareholder value."

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