Source: BUSINESS WIRE 3/14/2007

BurnLounge to Revolutionize Digital Media

AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--BurnLounge, the world's first company to transform communities into marketers of music, entertainment and related products, today announced its revolutionary new digital download and entertainment software (BL2) as well as BurnPages, its innovative free social networking service. With this announcement, users will have the combined freedom of digital downloading, community building and personal entrepreneurship all in one place for the first time ever. Also, as part of this announcement BurnLounge will allow users to open up their own digital download Store at no cost.

"With this move BurnLounge reaches its true potential and will transform the BurnLounge community into a dynamic interconnected marketplace," said Alex Arnold, co-founder, chairman and chief executive officer, BurnLounge. "For years, fans have been spreading the word about their favorite music, movies and more. With BL2 users can open their own free customizable digital download Store to showcase their favorite entertainment and earn rewards for doing what comes naturally."

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