Wednesday, December 03, 2008
Sarasota Florida, Dec 3 /PR Newswire - First Call / -- Adrenaline Nation Media
Networks Inc. (Pink Sheets: ADND) announces the signing of a Letter of Intent
to acquire Advanced Treatment Processes, Inc (ATP) of Sarasota, Florida.
ATP is an environmental company that operates in the waste water treatment
industry. Their services utilize a combination of proprietary and state of the
art technologies to manage waste water treatment plant residuals. These
residuals are more commonly referred to as "sludge". ATP is to be acquired
through an all stock purchase arrangement.
"This acquisition paves the way for a bright, new opportunity for Adrenaline.
ATP is a growth stage company operating within the enormous waste water sector.
Its business prospects are global. The company has increasing revenue. We
anticipate a solid future for Adrenaline due to this acquisition", stated John
May, Director and President of Adrenaline. He goes on to say, "By executing the
definitive material agreement with ATP that completes this transaction, the
direction and focus of Adrenaline will change immediately. We expect a
successful completion by next week."
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