Maui General Store to Raise Shareholder Equity through Retirement of Shares

New York, New York, UNITED STATES

HANA, Hawaii, Dec. 6, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Richard Miller, President and CEO of Maui General Store (OTCBB:MAUG) announced today that the company is retiring approximately three million shares of his Maui General Store Common Stock as part of a shareholder equity restructuring program in anticipation of the merger with Trinity Biogenics. Miller noted that this realignment will benefit Maui General Store shareholders as the company moves forward. Reducing the number of outstanding shares, Miller further explained, is a reasonable and prudent decision in light of current agreements the company has pending.

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