SOURCE: Universal Express, Inc.

May 03, 2007 15:53 ET

Universal Express Announces Recent Bull and Bear Report

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 3, 2007 -- Universal Express, Inc. (OTCBB: USXP) today announced The Bull and Bear Report on Universal Express titled, "Universal Express on the Fast Track to Leadership in the Luggage Logistics Industry," is available for viewing. This report gives an all encompassing look at Universal Express and its subsidiaries, divisions, sports marketing initiatives, and more.

Go to to read the Bull and Bear Report on Universal Express.

"The Bull and Bear Report is an excellent resource for anyone looking to find out more about Universal Express, and gives an excellent view of our company and divisions, as well as our willingness to take on creative ventures to be winners in the Transportation and Logistics Industry," said Richard A. Altomare, Chairman and CEO of Universal Express, Inc.

For those seeking more information on Universal Express, current and past interviews, articles, news and events can be found by going to Universal's website at

About Universal Express

Universal Express, Inc. is a 23-year-old logistics and transportation conglomerate with multiple developing subsidiaries and services. For additional information please visit

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    Mark Falk
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