SOURCE: Union Equity, Inc.

Union Equity, Inc.

December 27, 2010 09:43 ET

Union Equity, Inc. Moves Headquarters to New Office in South Orlando

The Company Is Set to Expand Its Staff and Operations in 2011

ORLANDO, FL--(Marketwire - December 27, 2010) - Union Equity, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: UNQT) is pleased to announce that the Company has moved its headquarters to a 6th floor suite at 7680 Universal Boulevard in South Orlando. The new expanded space includes a finance and accounting department, investor relations center and employee offices. The new office space also provides access to a dedicated customer support and sales center.

Union Equity, Inc. moved into its new office in September 2010. The new office suite gives Union's administrative staff optimal work space to perform their duties. The space will allow Union Equity to proceed with plans to grow its staff and operations throughout 2011.

"We are pleased to announce our move to South Orlando," stated Steven Woodell, President of Union Equity, Inc. "We have plans to increase our inventory and company size significantly within the next twelve months. Our new space allows for growth and provides a more permanent home for our growing staff."

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About Union Equity, Inc.
Union Equity is a commercial truck leasing business engaged in leasing class 8 commercial trucks to owner operators located around the contiguous 48 states. Many owner operators drive on a for-hire basis for Fortune 500 companies, while others have their own authority to haul freight throughout the United States. Union Equity's strategy has been to target both groups of owner operators through an aggressive marketing program and complete "one stop shop" solution for the owner operator. Through their unique business model, Union Equity is able to provide owner operators with a leased truck regardless of their credit history. Owner operators need only to have a valid commercial driver's license, acceptable insurance, proof of a shipper's intent to hire, and a willingness to work.

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