XBoard Production News Sparks Distribution Network
Sales Team Focuses on Prime Water Sports Territories
TORRANCE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 1, 2005--CyberAds Inc. (OTCBB:CYAD -
News) reported today that the production news released yesterday by Aqua Xtremes,
the manufacturer of the XBoard, has created excitement and urgency in the
developing distribution network. Art Robins, CEO of NOVA, parent company of Aqua
Xtremes, stated in a release yesterday, "A decision has been made to work with
Alex Chen, CEO of Sumeeko Industries, which will not only insure the successful
manufacturing of the XBoard, but will help speed up development and
manufacturing of future products and engines." The release went on to state that
an initial product run would ensure that the XBoard would arrive this summer,
with full production anticipated in 100 to 140 days.
"The first XBoards will be delivered to the partner distributors that believed
in XBoard from the beginning," stated Robins. "Our policy has always been first
in - first out, and that's how we are going to deliver the product." Purchase
orders for over 1000 XBoards have been received by Aqua Xtremes.
"This is the news that our distribution partners have been waiting to hear,"
stated Jeff Criswell, President of CyberAds, Inc. "At this point, we have 18
Distributor/Dealers covering 49 territories throughout the U.S. Over the past
several months we have responded to hundreds of inquiries and are in the process
of finalizing deals with distributors in many of the strong water sports
Over the Memorial Day weekend, CyberAds worked with Wisconsin and northern
Illinois distributor DeckJet Watercraft to launch XBoard to water sports
enthusiasts in the Chain-O-Lakes area located just north of Chicago. The event
included XBoard demonstrations, opportunities to ride the innovative personal
watercraft that looks like a surfboard, but is powered by a rotary engine,
musical events and a watercraft water show. "All we have to do is put XBoard in
the water, and people want one," exclaimed an enthusiastic John Kuban, owner of
DeckJet. "I have buyers lined-up and ready for delivery. It's great to hear that
a production partner has been identified and that the process is underway."