360 Interchange to Introduce New Eco-Friendly Flooring Products at Surfaces 2007

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360 Interchange, an emerging service company focused on sourcing, sales, marketing and development primarily between the US and China, will release six new flooring products using the companies' ecoFoam™ and ecoPlastic™ materials at the Surfaces show in Las Vegas, January 7-9, booth #3178.

360 Interchange, an emerging service company focused on sourcing, sales, marketing and development primarily between the US and China, will release six new flooring products using the companies' ecoFoam™ and ecoPlastic™ materials at the Surfaces show in Las Vegas, January 7-9, booth #3178.

The company is set to unveil eco-friendly replacements for a variety of products on the market today, including vinyl flooring, anti-fatigue mats, carpet tile and underlayment. All of these products utilize the ecoFoam™ and ecoPlastic™ material that the company has exclusive rights to market and sell around the world. Products made from these materials do not contribute to global warming, are recyclable and degradable.

"This is an exciting opportunity to show the world how ecoFoam™ and ecoPlastic™ can be used to create products, today, that can replace products made out of traditional, toxic plastics and foam. This material can be 'plugged-in' as a replacement for material contributing to global warming with very little to no impact on the costs to produce the finished goods. The potential applications for these materials cover almost the entire foam and plastic industries," stated President and Chief Executive Officer, Bill Patridge.

About 360 Interchange

360 Interchange, Inc. was founded in 2004 by Bill Patridge anticipating the significant growth in high-quality, low cost production of goods in China. The company offers ecoSolutions™, a unique strategy to focus on sourcing, developing, marketing and selling eco-friendly products and materials to high-volume customers for some of the largest industries in the world. 360 Interchange is working to partner with manufacturers and buyers worldwide to find, develop and market new products that replace some of the most wide-spread, damaging materials in use today.

For more information, please contact Josh Bradley at 541-552-9360

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