SOURCE: Superwire, Inc.

December 22, 2008 09:15 ET

SuperWire, Inc. Announces the Acquisition of Boulder Communications Inc. of Boulder City, Nevada

NEWPORT BEACH, CA--(Marketwire - December 22, 2008) - SuperWire, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SUPI) has announced that it has acquired the operating cable TV franchise system in Boulder City, Nevada adding a second operating system to the company's Triple-Play model to provide Voice, Video and Data. Boulder Communication is slated to become the first of many additional Systems in the Southwest to join the SuperWire Business Model. It also gives the company presence in a market segment sought after by SuperWire for its high concentration and size of Hotels and other MDUs. (Multi-Family-Dwelling-Units)

James Truher, SuperWire Chairman, said, "After a successful year of operations in our Seal Beach, California system we are looking for growth in areas with solid market opportunities. We will continue to expand in 2009 into cable systems with our triple play as well as our advertising model. Some systems we will acquire and others we will become a strategic partner that will bring SuperWire and our partners additional revenue opportunities with minimized expense."

Ed Hart, Senior Vice President, said, "We are gearing up to roll out our technology and business strategy to multiple locations this next year. We have additional systems that have been identified for expansion and with the Boulder City cable TV acquisition we can more easily grow this market segment. This last week we expanded the channel line-up and added advertising insertion to the system."

About SuperWire, Inc.

SuperWire, Inc. is a multi-media management group offering interactive television, telephone, broadband services and Cable TV Ad insertion to high income retirement, educational and Hotel/Recreational communities throughout the United States. SuperWire's ad insertion capabilities give national, regional and local advertisers a low cost, high impact avenue to target high expendable income customers and easily measure their advertising ROI.

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