American Premium Water Corporation (“APWC”) (OTC Pink : HIPH) (PINKSHEETS: HIPH) www.americanpremiumwater.com is excited to provide the following update to the investment community and our shareholders. APWC today announces L’Alpina Spring Water 7.3 pH (bottled only in glass) is being sold in the Hampton Market Place in East Hampton, New York. L’Alpina Spring Water 7.3 pH being available to consumers in this prestigious and affluent market by a high end retailer such as Hampton Market Place is essential to APWC. Hampton Market Place in East Hampton is the quintessential gourmet market in the Hamptons which caters to sophisticated and affluent consumers. L’Alpina Spring Water 7.3 pH is being sold by Hampton Market Place in East Hampton for $4.95 a bottle and sales of L’Alpina Spring Water 7.3 pH at Hampton Market Place have been quite robust at this price point. Moreover, APWC expects that its L’Alpina Spring Water 7.3 pH will soon be carried in two Hamptons-based restaurants. Aside from the potential sales volume, APWC believes that being in this market is amazing brand exposure and will produce significant additional opportunities for APWC to have its L’Alpina Spring Water 7.3 pH sold in many additional markets and restaurants. APWC is also in final stages of negotiations with a New York City (“NYC”) based distribution company. If such negotiations are successful with this NYC based distribution company, APWC believes that it can easily result in seven-figure sales revenues for APWC. APWC intends to update the investment community and shareholders in the near future on these specific developments.
“Mike Heller, CEO of Talent Resources, whom APWC expects to be appointed to APWC’s Board of Directors within the next few weeks, with Alfred Culbreth in meeting.”
L’Alpina Spring Water 7.3 pH being a presence in the New York City and Hamptons market is one of APWC’s priorities. The NYC market is one of the largest and most lucrative markets for the premium bottled water market. Growing sales in this key market is of such importance to APWC that APWC is seriously considering opening an office in NYC. In addition, APWC’s COE Al Culbreth has been spending a great deal of time in NYC and surrounding areas in an effort to grow sales and establish strong relationships and a substantial distribution network in the NYC market. APWC is also committed to expanding into the Los Angeles market, and in furtherance thereof APWC has hired a full-time sales person in Los Angeles. APWC invites shareholders and the investment community to stop in Hampton Market Place in East Hampton, NY and purchase bottles of L’Alpina 7.3 pH. At only $4.95 a bottle, APWC believes it’s a bargain.
-Alfred Culbreth, CEO of American Premium Water Corporation
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This press release is issued on behalf of the Board of Directors by Alfred Culbreth, CEO and Director.
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American Premium Water Corporation
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