SOURCE: Younger America, Inc.

September 06, 2007 07:01 ET

Younger America, Inc. Launches Investor Awareness Initiative

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL--(Marketwire - September 6, 2007) - Younger America, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: YNGR) announced today that the Company is launching a new investor awareness program designed to increase the Company's profile and highlight its strategy to build a strong investment portfolio of companies related to its core business. Younger America believes that every day should be a day without pain, which is why they are committed to utilizing innovative technologies to develop products that focus on pain therapy and pain relief without the use of potentially harmful drugs. Younger America is a holding company that develops and acquires under valued companies that provide products to improve the quality of life without the use of potentially harmful drugs or chemicals. We hope to build an exciting, forward-thinking company with sound business practices that provides a solid return for shareholders, a quality work environment for employees and excellent value to customers.

Included in the expanded awareness program will be additions and upgrades to the Company's website, such as a system through which investors can sign-up to receive information by email as soon as it is disclosed to the public as well as easier access to third party media coverage, audio and video content and other information pertaining to the Company's investment portfolio. Once the system is in place, shareholders, potential investors and other market participants will be invited to subscribe to receive regular notices by email whenever new information is released by the Company, including press releases, notices of SEC filings, and company newsletters.

Irwin Newman, President, stated, "It is more important than ever to properly communicate to the shareholders and use the most effective way possible. I will do my best to have Younger America explore new technologies to achieve that goal."

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