Edward Slominski, President of FrontStream Payments' Diversified Solutions Joins Decade Worldwide Advisory Board

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South Florida Humanitarian Activist and Wunderkind Gabriel Schillinger is back in the headlines. The 20 year old Babson College student forms new company called Decade Worlwide. Processing industry veteran Edward Slominski accepts position on Advisory Board.

The Decade Worlwide Advisory Board will meet several times each year and will include other local entrepreneurs, CEO's and leading professionals

South Florida based bank card processing icon Edward Slominski has joined the newly formed Decade Worldwide's Advisory Board. Slominski is the innovator behind several proven bank card processing technologies including Swipe N' Go ®, Click to Go® Online Ordering and Mobile Ticketing Solutions®.

In 1987, Slominski invented the first mobile breast cancer unit, which today is widely used for breast cancer screening. Among other distinctions, he was voted the Entrepreneur of the Year by Venture Magazine and was nominated for the prestigious Edwin L. Cox School of Business Award at Southern Methodist University.

Decade Worldwide, Inc. ("DW") is a multi-dimensional entertainment management company. DW is leading the field in the development of a "lifestyle experience" model for online fan clubs, providing an innovative and comprehensive user experience accessible by an artist's fans across the world.
DW is composed of four internal divisions: Fanalytics™, Decade Entertainment, Decade Fashion, and Decade Sports.

As a member of the DW Advisory Board, Slominski's principal role will be to provide management advice and insight as to what direction the company should follow. Specific goals for this year include developing three major Fanalytics ™ sites, proper project rollouts, and the signing of three professional athletes and musicians to Decade Entertainment and Decade Sports.

Decade Worlwide is the brainchild of one of the country's most promising young entrepreneurs and humanitarian activists, Gabriel Schillinger (20) of Miami, FL. In May of 2008, Schillinger gained international recognition for being the youngest promoter ever for a Kanye West concert.

The Kanye West concert was a benefit for the non-profit organization called For Darfur (http://www.fordarfur.org/index.php) Schillinger was able to produce and promote Kanye West's Glow in The Dark Tour at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. The concert managed to raise over $500,000 that went directly to Doctors Without Borders and enjoyed a sellout crowd with over 12,000 people in attendance.

An active student at Babson College in Boston, he was also featured in Time Magazine in an article titled "Kids with a Conscience": (http://tinyurl.com/ye6qurk)

According to Slominski: "I have followed Gabriel Schillinger's entrepreneurial career for some time and I am delighted to again be a part of his latest creative initiative. Naturally, as we have in the past, our company, FrontStream Payments Diversified Solutions will continue to provide the credit card processing technologies for Mr. Schillinger's programs."

"The Decade Worlwide Advisory Board will meet several times each year and will include other local entrepreneurs, CEO's and leading professionals," says Gabriel Schillinger. "The inclusion of Edward Slominski is truly a boon to our organization. We are looking forward to benefitting from his accumulated wisdom gained by the creation of numerous successful companies and brands."

About FrontStream Payments (frontstreampayments.com)

FrontStream Payments, based in Brentwood, TN, is a leading provider of payments products and services to small and medium-sized businesses and independent credit card sales organizations. Offerings include turnkey solutions that enable merchants to increase revenues through the acceptance of credit and debit cards.


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