HENDERSON, NV--(Marketwire -12/08/11)- Diversified Secure Ventures Corp. (Pinksheets: SRWY.PK - News) and Go Green Technologies Corp., a private Nevada corporation, are pleased to announce that both firms have signed a Memorandum of Understanding in respect to an anticipated Reverse Merger/Acquisition.
Edward Minnema, President of Diversified Secure Ventures (Diversified) and John D`Alessandro, President of Go Green Technologies (Go Green) have over the past few weeks engaged in informal discussions to the viability of a Reverse Merger/Acquisition. Mr. Minnema has reviewed the eco-friendly product offerings of Go Green, and finds the aspect of a merger to be in the best interest of Diversified and its current and future shareholders. John D`Alessandro commented, "We are confident that this transaction will allow Go Green to raise the necessary capital required in order to achieve our corporate goals, as well as maximizing shareholder value. We are pleased with the ease of communication and negotiations with Mr. Minnema and the appealing share structure and manageable balance sheet of Diversified."
Shareholders and interested parties may view the products of Go Green at their website
Mr. Minnema also wishes to report that Diversified has received funding commitments to facilitate the above mentioned transaction.
About Go Green Technologies Corp.
Go Green Technologies Corp. is a U.S. environmental company that has Exclusive Distribution Rights to the Sonical line of propriety patented devices developed in Italy for both water and fuel. Since inception the company has focused on developing and marketing innovative technologies that lead to a cleaner and more efficient planet.
Mr. Minnema may be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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