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Keep America Mold Free With American Mold Guard Inc.'s CFO Live On MN1.com
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif., Feb. 2, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Paul Bowman, Chief Financial Officer of American Mold Guard Inc. (Nasdaq:AMGI) (Nasdaq:AMGIW) (Nasdaq:AMGIZ), a mold prevention and health care surface treatment company, will be featured live on Market News First (www.mn1.com) for an exclusive interview with MN1's Bob Leonard and Rich Hancock. The interview is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2007, at 12:30pm CDT.
Mobile Airwaves Corp.
Mobile Airwaves Corp. Appoints William C. Levan as Chief Technology Officer
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 2, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Mobile Airwaves, (Pink Sheets:MBWC), announced today that it has appointed William C Levan as Chief Technical Officer and Vice President of Engineering. Mr. Levan comes to Mobile with an extensive background in communications hardware, software, networks and systems including senior positions at Warner Communications, MegaPath, MetroFi and others. With over 30 years of technology experience Mr. Levan was founder and GP for N-Layer Consultants, a network infrastructure consulting firm, and he served as SVP Engineering/CTO at Convergence Communications, an international communications provider. "This important addition to the executive team will accelerate both product development and our field deployments of secure wireless access networks. Getting it right the first time is critically important for international deployments and Bill's experience will help accelerate our business there," commented Robert Zimmerman, CEO of Mobile.
Yet Again, NFL Players Say FieldTurf is the Best Artificial Surface
MIAMI, Feb. 2, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- The National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) released their bi-annual ranking of NFL stadium fields during a press conference at the Super Bowl Media Center in Miami yesterday. Once again, the results tabbed FieldTurf as the runaway leader among all artificial turf brands. In addition, FieldTurf compared extremely favorably to the league's natural grass surfaces. A total of 1511 active NFL players from all 32 teams completed survey forms.