(PRWEB) August 5, 2005
KidSational, Inc. (KDSC.PK), a developer of childrenÂs educational programming and products, has announced that it has reached a partnership agreement with Internet Marketing Consortium (IMC). After an extensive meeting Beryl Wolk, founder of IMC, Steve Ruff, Kidsational CEO and President, and Ed Howie, CFO of KidSational, recognize the promising opportunities the joint venture can yield, specifically the multi-media marketing that IMC can provide. The joint venture allows KidSational to utilize 1.5 million dollars in multi-media advertising for their childrenÂs educational programming and products.
ÂBeryl Wolk is truly a marketing genius, and partnering with IMC will add tremendous value to all our products,Â said Ruff. ÂThe synergy and leverage we anticipate from this relationship will no doubt deliver opportunities for KidSational to market its childrenÂs educational programming and products to millions of educators, parents and children. We are particularly excited about the opportunities this partnership brings to our current initiatives.Â
Kidsational Inc. is currently producing a television series and a full-length feature film featuring the characters from The Guardians Safety Game, and The Guardian Kids, a pop band who sings lessons about safety, are touring the country and recording their debut album. IMC will create an extensive, supremely aggressive Internet multi-media marketing campaign for the childrenÂs educational programming and safety products developed by Kidsational Inc.
To learn more about Kidsational Inc.Âs childrenÂs educational programming and products, like the ÂMonster Be GoneÂ bedtime survival kit or The Guardians Safety Game, visit http://www.KidsationalInc.com.
About Kidsational Inc.
KidSational Inc., a Georgia-based corporation, is a creator and distributor of cutting edge childrenÂs educational programming and safety products. The companyÂs CEO and President, Steve Ruff, is the creator of The Guardian Safety Game, currently utilized in schools and institutions across the country and selling in retail stores. He heads a team that has engineered, packaged, and is now distributing one of the most comprehensive and entertaining children's educational programming and safety education systems. The company plans to relay safety messages to children worldwide through its various business projects and products, including ÂThe Guardian GameÂ, a feature film and TV series, KidSational Record Label, and ancillary products such as educational stickers and backpacks.
About Internet Marketing Consortium
IMC was developed by marketing genius Beryl Wolk. Mr. Wolk developed his family business (also know as BerylÂs World), founded in 1929, into what today comprises 21 autonomous companies and 1,250 employees, with major facilities in four states. WolkÂs corporate complex is involved in a variety of multimedia marketing fields and endeavors, with emphasis on developing unique targeted media. Targeted media evolved into a series of unique integrated, multi-media marketing. Beryl Wolk was the first to use newspapers for the distribution of direct response marketing in a magazine format (Family Guide Newspaper Inserts). His recent major accomplishment is the creation of the Internet Marketing Consortium with 662 Joint Ventures and over 1 billion hits a month.
The information in this Press Release includes certain "forward-looking" statements within the meaning of the Safe Harbor provisions of Federal Securities Laws. Investors are cautioned that such statements are based upon assumptions that in the future may prove not to have been accurate and are subject to significant risks and uncertainties, including the future financial performance of the Company. Although the Company believes that the expectations reflected in its forward-looking statements are reasonable, it can give no assurance that such expectations or any of its forward-looking statements will provide to be correct. Factors that could cause results to differ include, but are not limited to successful performances of internal plans, the impact of competitors, and general economic risks and uncertainties.
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