CoMedia Corporation's American Football Alumni 100 City Tour Gets a Boost from Web Site Launch

CoMedia Corporations (Pink Sheets:CMTN) American Football Alumni 100 city tour moves from the Northwest to the Mid-West. The Grass Roots tour, which is focused on meetings with former and current football coaches and players, continues with great success.

The tour started in Southern California, moved through Northern California, Oregon, and Washington and into Southwestern Canada. Time was spent with the senior coaches in Idaho and Wyoming as well as the University of Colorado and the Air Force Academy. Meetings included former professionals from the Denver Broncos. The tour in addition to colleges is also focused on developing its presence at the High School football level to introduce the value Team Assistance Program (TAP) on a national level where it is most needed. In addition the tour is visiting Haskel University, a perfect example of the type of smaller college that will benefit from the TAP activities.

Stephen White, President of CoMedia and Executive Director of American Football Alumni, stated, Since we launched our social network web site at our face to face meeting with athletic directors, coaches and former players has yielded many new opportunities for the expansion of our business model. Mr. White added, Our core concept of creating a meeting place for the 20 million former players and coaches continues to be validated by the market place. We are constantly being presented with ideas on how to expand our reach and how to better serve our members with services that will add to our ability to generate revenue from our activities. The tour continues to confirm that peer to peer selling, based on referral from friends and associates, the core of our business model, is the strongest form of marketing and will greatly accelerate the rate that we aggregate a large membership.

About CoMedia:

CoMedia Corporation consists of two core business segments: aggregating and building social communities and associations of sports-specific alumni with the initial group being American Football Alumni focused on the 20 million former and current football players and coaches, and will be followed by the launch of the World Soccer Society. The Request Distribution group produces and distributes audiobooks, music, and DVDs. Request has a catalogue of top selling audiobooks and music titles and is managing distribution to the sports social communities via online, direct sales, and through existing relationships with major retailers and big-box stores.

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