SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 24, 2013) - GS Enviroservices Inc. (
To all our friends and shareholders:
We continue to move forward aggressively with SanDiegoLovesGreen.com. We have had great responses about the website, a project of our Green Media Group. Launching last December has created much visibility for the company and helped us engage with the community. We have posted over 280 articles, many of them written by our own contributors and editor, and we have included nearly 70 videos. This past Sunday we had a booth at the 2013 San Diego Earth Fair. Our team went out with iPads to meet with vendors throughout the event setting the stage for rapid increases in revenue from our Green Media Group division. We are going to be targeting other cities such as Chicago, New York, Portland, Los Angeles, as well as Montreal.
The green energy movement continues to grow at a rapid rate. The United States has become the top market in Wind Projects, surpassing China, Germany, India and Spain. Texas leads the nation in power generated by wind, California is second and ahead of Iowa, Illinois and Oregon.
We are currently entertaining other companies to acquire or merge with to enhance our portfolio. We pursue technologies in 6 areas: Water, energy, buildings, materials, agriculture and transportation. In energy, wind energy in particular is poised for growth and is full of innovation. In particular, we have a 50% probability of entering the small-scale wind energy product market in a big way this year and demonstrating a new vertical axis wind turbine for residential and commercial applications.
With the support of all of our friends and shareholders we can grow this company over the next 10 years and make the sustainable economy a reality. I look forward to a positive and dynamic 2013.
Best wishes and kindest regards,
President and CEO
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