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American Water Star, Inc. Expands Sales in Hawaii.

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American Water Star, Inc. (OTCBB:AMWS) a publicly traded company, located in Las Vegas, Nevada, is pleased to announce the expansion of our customer base on the Hawaiian Islands.

Our Hawaiian Tropic beverage line is now available in the following stores on the Hawaiian Islands: Foodland Super Markets (29 locations), Times Supermarkets (10 locations), Longs Drugs Store (32 locations), Mahalo X-Press (9 locations), Fastop Convenience Stores (9 locations), ABC Stores (45 locations), Daiei Supermarkets, and additionally, KTA Grocery Stores began receiving product on March 1, and beginning March 26th, 7-Eleven Stores will have the product on their store shelves. Also, the Navy exchange main store on base will be receiving product and demos during the month of March.

"We are extremely excited about our Hawaiian Tropic beverage sales on the Hawaiian Islands. The product, the look of the bottle and the great taste of the beverage have received rave reviews from Island consumers," stated Roger Mohlman, CEO of American Water Star, Inc.

About: American Water Star, Inc.

American Water Star Inc. ("AMWS") is a publicly traded company, (OTCBB:AMWS), and is engaged in the beverage bottling industry. Its product brands are both licensed and developed in-house, and bottled in strategic locations throughout the United States. AMWS' beverage products are sold by the truckload, principally to distributors, who sell to retail stores, corner grocery stores, convenience stores, schools and other outlets.

At AMWS, we believe our great-tasting, new zero sugar; zero calorie flavored water beverages have positioned us to capture a large share of the market for healthy flavored waters. Our products include: Hawaiian Tropic -- our latest product featuring a sugar-free, no carbonation, and caffeine-free, sodium-free tropical drink. Hawaiian Tropic flavors include Strawberry Kiwi, Kiwi-Lemon Lime, Orange Guava and Pineapple Pink Grapefruit. For the grade school age children we are introducing Geyser Sport -- our new non-sugared, 0 calorie, 0 carbohydrates, 0 sodium, vitamin and mineral-enriched, fruit-flavored beverage brand. Our other premium beverages include; Geyser Fruit Beverages -- our line of eight different fruit-flavored waters which have proven to be popular with consumers and Geyser Fruta -- our Latin line of seven different fruit-flavored beverages.

Statements herein express management's beliefs and expectations regarding future performance and are forward-looking and involve risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to, the ability to negotiate outstanding prior debts of acquired companies; properly identify acquisition partners; adequately perform due diligence; manage and integrate acquired businesses; raise working capital and secure other financing; respond to competition and rapidly changing technology; deal with market and stock price fluctuations; and other risks. These risks are and will be detailed, from time to time, in AMWS' Securities and Exchange Commission filings, including Form 10-KSB for the year ended Dec. 31, 2002, and subsequent Forms 10-QSB and 8-K. Actual results may differ materially from management's expectations.
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Date:Mar 4, 2004
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