Todd Spehler, Founder of Infusion Capital Management, LLC Commits Funding and Resources to The Peace Angels Project

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The Peace Angels Project, a worldwide effort to turn weapons into symbols of hope, received a dramatic endorsement by Infusion Capital Management, LLC founder Todd Spehler. Funding and other resources were committed to further the project objectives and, in addition, Mr. Spehler will initially spearhead efforts to introduce the project into New York City and other key cities.

Acclaimed artist and sculptor Lin Evola founded the Peace Angels project as a means of bringing recognition to the futility of war and the tools of war. Today, this important project received a major endorsement with commitments of funding and additional resources by Infusion Capital Management, LLC founder Todd Spehler.

Peace Angels are sculptures, created by Evola, which will be strategically placed in thirteen sites of conflict throughout the world. Some of the planned sites are Los Angeles, Jerusalem, Johannesburg and New York. Each of the representative pieces will be approximately twenty feet high, standing atop a ten-foot base to create a thirty-foot monument. They will be cast in a mixture of stainless steel and titanium from decommissioned nuclear missile casings and lower grade metal from surrendered street weapons.

This project is a both socially and historically important,” stated Todd Spehler, Founder of Infusion Capital Management, LLC. “We hope to work closely with Government and community programs that will act as catalysts to retrieve weapons used in the creation of Peace Angel sculptures. Our plan is for both Infusion Capital Management and me personally to take an active role in bringing Lin Evola´s Peace Angels Project to the World," Spehler continued.

For further information on the Peace Angels Project, visit the website at http://www.peaceangels.org.

About Lin Evola:

"In examining the history of art, Evola´s Peace Angels sculptures can be discussed in the context of artists such as Leonardo da Vinci, Joseph Beuys and Robert Rauschenberg." -- Julia Ernst, Founding curator, the Saatchi Collection.

Lin Evola grew up on the south side of Chicago, and received Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts degrees from the San Francisco Art Institute, she became a professional artist, with solo exhibitions in museums and galleries in San Francisco, Chicago, Los Angeles, London and Paris.

Ms. Evola´s private collectors include: The Joseph Campbell Foundation, Marion Rockefeller Weber, Vera Pratt and Anne Cooling. Museums and educational institution supporters include: The Liberty National Museum in Philadelphia, Pa., the Harvard School of Public Health through Deborah Prothrow-Stith, M.D. and Stanford University´s Hoover Institute.

About the Peace Angels Project:

The Peace Angels Project is a critical link in the process from war and conflict to peace and building to creativity in a region. Law enforcement, media, and community are invited to work in partnership toward making a 30-foot Peace Angels out of decommissioned nuclear missile casings and street weapons indigenous to the region such as guns in California, New York, Johannesburg, and Sarajevo, cluster bombs mostly in Belfast, semiautomatic weapons in Jerusalem, and land mines in Iraq, Afghanistan, etc.

Peace Angels Award recipients include President William Jefferson Clinton, Rudolph Guiliani, Her Majesty Queen Noor Al-Hussein of Jordan, and Sarah Brady.

About Infusion Capital:

Infusion Capital Management, LLC is a boutique investment banking firm specializing in providing advisory, intermediary and analytical services to private and public emerging and middle market companies. With regards to its intermediary services, Infusion acts as an agent on behalf of its clients, in raising institutional, high net-worth private equity or public money. For further information on Infusion Capital Management, visit the website at http://www.infusioncapital.net.

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