Source: CNW Telbec 3/30/2007

Gary Slaight Joins Burnlounge Board of Directors

NEW YORK, March 27 /CNW/ - BurnLounge, the world's first company to transform communities into marketers of music, entertainment and related products, today announced that Gary Slaight, president and chief executive officer of Standard Broadcasting Corporation Ltd., has joined BurnLounge's Board of Directors. Slaight brings with him an extensive background in broadcast radio, music marketing and multi-media management.

"Gary's significant achievements and leadership in the broad arena of multi-media, brings to BurnLounge a blend of savvy corporate experience and a passion for music and entertainment that truly embodies the very essence of BurnLounge's culture," said Alex Arnold, co-founder, chairman and chief executive officer, BurnLounge. "Gary's knowledge and status within the industry will also be...

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