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Delta Air Lines, Inc.
Delta Named 'Best Domestic Airline' by Readers of Executive Travel Magazine
ATLANTA, Jan. 23, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- Delta's innovative launch of SimpliFares earned it acknowledgement from Executive Travel magazine as "the Best Domestic Airline for 2005." Readers of the magazine and a panel of industry analysts identified companies that had "blazed new paths, set trends or altered their industries in 2005" with their products. Executive Travel is a subsidiary of the American Express Company.
OTC Stock Review Issues Report on 5G Wireless Communications, Inc.
ATLANTA, Jan. 23, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- OTC Stock Review announces that it has published a report on 5G Wireless Communications, Inc. (OTCBB:FGWI), headquartered in Marina del Rey, California. 5G Wireless Communications, Inc. has successfully deployed Wi-Fi nationwide in healthcare facilities, governments, municipalities, and on college campuses, through their 5G Wireless Solutions subsidiary. The 5G platform effectively leverages its superior range and "outside-in," non-line-of-sight (NLOS) capabilities to create a Wi-Fi Hotzone. FGWI offers a municipality, college, or healthcare facility an opportunity to own a more secure network for a fraction of what the major players would charge for access.
Uranium Mining Companies Cheer NRC Legal Decisions on New Mexico Property
SARASOTA, Fla., Jan. 23, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- Mining executives at uranium companies proposing to develop In Situ Leaching uranium operations in northwestern New Mexico, near Navajo Nation territory, upon which uranium mining has been banned, celebrated a three-judge panel's recent decision over the contested HRI project by Uranium Resources (OTCBB:URIX). Legal arguments advanced by the local environmental activists have been labeled "insubstantial" and "disingenuous" in NRC conclusions announced recently and over the past year. Commentaries from both sides appear in a copyrighted series of articles in StockInterview.com. Other companies, such as Strathmore Minerals (TSX-V:STM) (Other OTC:STHJF) and Energy Metals (TSX-V:EMC) stand to benefit from the recent decision, which may involve uranium assets potentially valued in excess of $20 billion (gross value with spot uranium at $36/pound).
Sweet Success Enterprises, Inc.
Sweet Success Expands Distribution into South Florida
SAN ANTONIO, Jan. 23, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- Sweet Success Enterprise, Inc. (Pink Sheets:SWTS) announced today that it has completed the first significant shipments of its all natural beverage products into the South Florida region and has formed a relationship with a vendor which will enable it to sell its products in fifteen Midwestern and southern states. The entrance into South Florida will be supported through an aggressive marketing campaign, featuring all-pro tight end Jeremy Shockey of the New York Giants. The initial focus in South Florida will be on the healthy shakes and the company's first of nine new functional beverages led by Power Blend, a stamina and endurance beverage that will have placement in the standard retail stores plus a special focus on night life locations. Tommy Pooch, a Sweet Success shareholder who holds numerous functions for celebrities and stars in South Beach, says, "Power Blend will be a big hit here in South Beach," a place where you certainly need a lot of stamina. This is the first of a series of functional beverages developed by Jon Barron, one of the world's foremost authorities in cutting-edge nutritionals.
Toyota Motor North America, Inc.
Toyota's New Corporate Ad Tells Story of Continued Growth and Investment in West Virginia
NEW YORK, Jan. 23, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- In its latest corporate ad, Toyota (NYSE:TM) tells the story of a plant that never stopped growing. The print ad launching today, entitled "Story of a Plant," features Toyota Motor Manufacturing, West Virginia (TMMWV), the company's largest engine and transmission plant in North America. The ad, which is the second to feature TMMWV, communicates Toyota's commitment to growth, investment and job creation in the state and in North America, through its manufacturing operations.
S2C Global Systems Inc
S2C Global Profit-Sharing Reduces Capital Cost of Aquaduct and Increases Earnings
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Jan. 23, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- S2C Global Systems Inc. (Pink Sheets:STWG), is pleased to announce the initiation of trials with Communiteq Systems Inc. (Communiteq) for the units being launched in Montreal, Canada. Communiteq has agreed to supply at their cost the ATM/POS, cash vaults and associated services under a profit sharing arrangement, reducing the overall cost of each Aquaduct by as much as $6,000 USD. Beyond the capital cost reductions the Company expects increased revenues through its share of the ATM revenues. Vaults are being installed in the existing Aquaducts over the upcoming weeks.