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MC Endeavors, Inc. Announces Their Participation as an Exhibitor at the 2012 Alliance Expo & Annual Meeting in Wichita Falls, Texas on April 24th and 25th

Wednesday, April 11, 2012 8:11 AM

AUSTIN, Texas, April 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- MC Endeavors, Inc. (PinkSheets: MSMY) (MCE) is pleased to announce that they will be participating in the 2012 Oil Alliance Expo & Annual Meeting at the Multi-Purpose Events Center (MPEC) in Wichita Falls, Texas on April 24 & 25, 2012, as an exhibitor in Booth #119 on "Lobby Row".

After having participated in the Oil Alliance Expo in Houston in November, MCE is eager to be one of 350 exhibitors at the larger Wichita Falls show. MCE's CEO, Tim Algier, will be joined in booth 119 by Jim Johnson, representing MCE in South Texas, Louisiana, Belize and West Central Africa and Dr. Emmanuel Wada, Ph.D.  The Alliance show is another opportunity for MCE to network with the oil & gas producers in Texas and showcase both their rig shacks using disaster resistant building techniques and portable container housing options for the oil field workers and the LBI remediation products, DualZorb®, PondZorb® and AcidZorb®. These absorption products are made of completely-natural wood fiber cellulose material that immediately breaks down oil, chemicals, raw sewage and any flammable hydrocarbon liquids into a non-toxic environmentally safe inert bio-degradable mixture that can be tilled into the soil and just left to decompose naturally. The harmless absorbed mixture created from the clean-up of small oil and gasoline spills can also be placed in trash bins headed for disposal at the normal landfills per state regulations. 

Final plans are also underway for Tim Algier to join business partner, Cornelius Shogunle, who is presently setting up oil spill operations for Nigeria later this spring overlapping MCE's Bakken area campaign launch giving MCE an on the ground sales presence in both those fast expanding areas for the oil remediation products as well our housing designs for the workers at the drill sites.

MCE is also pleased with the reaction and success of the recent launch of their new MCE-LBI Online Store.  They are presently offering two specials: a 4-bag economy special of DualZorb®., and a 2-bag economy special of SoftPaws to showcase the addition of their new kitty litter product.  SoftPaws is made from the same base material as the remediation products, is a 100% all-natural pine litter in the form of pellets making it healthy for pets. SoftPaws is biodegradable, highly absorbent, and the best odor removing litter made.  It lasts twice as long as traditional litter and can be discarded with the regular garbage or in the compost bin.

Tim Algier will be joining Donald Baillargeon the week of April 16 for a TV interview that will be featured on MoneyTV.  More details to come.

Please understand that MC Endeavors, Inc. is committed to moving forward and building shareholder equity as responsibly and quickly as possible.


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