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X-Tream Clean Products Available At Highlifter Products, Inc.

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Charlotte, NC - April 25, 2008

Press Release - X-Tream Clean Products Now Available Through Highlifter Products

X-Tream Clean XTC is announcing that the full line of X-Tream Clean products is available through Highlifter Products, Inc. at High Lifter and at their retail local in Shreveport, LA.

High Lifter Products, Inc. has been developing and marketing unique, after-market accessories for utility, 4-wheel drive ATVs since 1996. In this short time, the company has grown from a one-man, backyard hobby into a 23 employee, multi-million dollar corporation. We now operate from a 14,500 square foot building located in Shreveport, Louisiana, which includes a retail showroom, a warehouse, a performance shop, and executive offices. We also operate through our website, High Lifter, which is visited by almost 200,000 unique visitors per month, and includes a full product catalog, a chat room and forum, games, an online ATV magazine, and many, many more informative and entertaining features.

X-Tream Clean based in Huntersville, NC has introduced a full line of cleaning products specifically designed for motocross bikes, ATVs, UTVs and all related off-road machines. There are currently 4 core products ready for distribution: MX / ATV Wash, Foam Filter Cleaner, Mud Guard and Quick Hit Detail Spray. There are a few products in the formulation and testing stages, Chain Lube & Cleaner and ClearView Anti-Fog Goggle & Lens Cleaner. Please check our website for further information and product releases at X-Tream Clean XTC.

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