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ACME Sports & Entertainment, Inc. (ASEN.PK) Closes Up 26.7% Friday – Up 380% this Week

Friday, November 30th, 2007

After hitting a low of $.05 a share, Acme Sports shares soared to $.19 a share. Its 9 day EMA is also heading for a bullish crossover of MACD with increased trading volume. The trading indicators are neither overbought nor oversold shown by the RSI of 47. This stock has great potential for further gains as management recently retired 27 million shares to increase shareholder value and enabled the company to pursue prospective opportunities.

Acme Sports and Entertainment is a training, management, and promotional provider to boxers and recently have begun to divest into other business units. Recently, ACME signed a letter of intent to acquire K&M Marketing Enterprises Inc., a Cigar Manufacturer based out of Florida. K&M also owns a line of anti-aging water and New York Coffee company products. Acme is also seeking further acquisitions and strategic alliances. The company’s goal is to build nationally branded products and sell exclusive distribution rights to its products within defined territories.

The CEO of Acme is quoted saying, “The rapid growth and complexity of our company coupled with the solid foundation that we have already built but require full transparency for our shareholders that they are entitled to, but also the reach and liquidity provided by the larger exchanges.” He also went on to say that he is proud of their current accomplishments and looks forward to a productive and profitable future.

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Distributing Guilt-Free Cheeseburgers

Monday, May 14th, 2007

I love cheeseburgers. It seems everyone does. The question for Natural Harmony Foods Inc. (Pink Sheets: NHYF) … Will everyone like the “hybrid” burger now available to consumers? I taste tested the product line and I must tell you that I enjoyed everything from the beef and pork patties to the breakfast sandwiches with cheese and egg on a muffin.

I knew I was going to write this article, so I pulled up the Web site (www.naturalharmonyfoods.com/) and found where I could go to buy them off the shelf. I drove directly to Kroger and loaded my cart with stuff to test on my friends and family. The cashier was looking at me oddly as I bought $142 worth of the SoLean brand. Needless to say, I turned the receipt in on my expense report. Product testing is the key to market awareness, and a viral effect can occur in places other than your computer. It occurs often in consumer goods.

The company traveled from Florida to Anaheim, California, in April to exhibit its SoLean product line at the world’s largest convention featuring natural, organic and healthy products. For four days attendees were given the opportunity to stop by Natural Harmony Food’s exhibit to sample its natural, hormone-free and soy meat products.

The SoLean cheeseburgers and breakfast sausage muffins were sampled by more than 500 attendees and were met with positive response. The company said a national rollout is underway as over seventy retailer and distributor leads were produced from the expo.

“In the two weeks since the show, we’ve begun shipping the leading natural foods distributor in the country and followed samples request from the country’s largest theme park company,” said the company.

Natural Harmony meats contain about half the calories and 75 percent less fat and saturated fat than “drive-thru” versions, without compromising taste. The SoLean line is the first natural, healthy sandwich alternative on the market.

I did my own market intelligence taste test and compared “off the Steve grill” in some cases and when I explained the health benefits of these products I had some interesting questions about where they could get the product, and I explained that it would soon be available in Whole Foods Market Inc. (Nasdaq: WFMI) and Wild Oats Market Inc. (Nasdaq: OATS), I received many looks of confirmation.

I’ve concluded that America wants to eat cheeseburgers; they just don’t want to feel guilty about it. Sam Dewar – CEO of Natural Harmony Foods – is not new to the game and may have finally solved the guilt puzzle. One thing I can tell you for sure is that he has solved the distribution puzzle because the product was at the four Kroger stores I went to and was prominently displayed.

Thank you Natural Harmony for making this product available at my local grocery. Now all I need is a similar product that looks and tastes like a beer