As part of the Company's planned expansion into Hong Kong and other parts of Asia, Amergence (PINKSHEETS: AMNG) (www.amergencegroup.com) announced today that it is in negotiation with one of the area's most popular impresarios to sponsor major musical entertainment within the region. According to Amergence's new chief executive officer, John T. Martin, "We expect to have our talent and play dates lined up within 30 days. The Company shall make appropriate news releases as our target acts along with their play dates are confirmed."
"This furthers Amergence's planned expansion plans into Hong Kong. Our future association with quality, world renowned acts will further our brand's popularity within the region and we should see increased interest in the Company from that part of the world," according to Amergence president, Peter Jacobs.
In other news, The Amergence Group (www.amergencegroup.com) continues to supply updated financial and business information with OTCMarkets.com so that current information about the Company remains available to the public. (http://www.otcmarkets.com/pink/quote/quote.jsp?symbol=amng#getCompanyInfo).
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