TAMPA, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 04/11/12 -- American Fiber Green Products, Inc. (OTCQB: AFBG) (PINKSHEETS: AFBG) has received numerous calls of interest after recently announcing that the company has tapped into the multi-billion dollar wind energy industry and is preparing to open a Florida based, abandoned boat recycling operation.
'After announcing the first of ten anticipated fiberglass recycling collection points around the continental U.S. for the purpose of using its proprietary patented process to recycle fiberglass, AFBG has received requests from Louisiana, Texas, Florida Virginia, Ohio and Maine businesses and municipalities desiring to engage their service. The fiberglass products represented are as diverse as boats to circuit boards and quantities from up to eight million pounds on a one time basis to 250,000 pounds monthly,' stated Daniel L. Hefner, President and Chief Executive Officer.
AFBG Chairman Kenneth McCleave noted, ' Several notable print and online publication have shown interest in our story, have rerun our press release or are preparing to do articles about the company and the solutions we offer.'
Interest in the company stock has substantially increased as the public has become more aware of the current and future opportunities available to the company.
American Fiber Green Products, Inc. trades under the symbol AFBG. The company maintains a website at www.americanfibergreenproducts.com.
AFBG Strategic Partner, American Commerce Solutions, Inc., trades Over the Counter under the symbol, AACS. The Company maintains a website at www.aacssymbol.com.
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DANIEL L. HEFNER