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Eco-Energy and Corn Plus Ethanol Announce Ethanol Marketing Agreement.

FRANKLIN, Tenn. -- Eco-Energy, Inc., a leading bio-fuel supply chain company, announced today the execution of a multiyear ethanol marketing agreement with Corn Plus Ethanol, a 49 million gallon plant located in Winnebago, MN. The addition of Corn Plus marks Eco-Energy's second addition to their marketing platform in the past nine months.

"In these difficult times, it is more important than ever to have an integrated platform and partner that is focused on plant margins by offering the tools and knowledge necessary to help our partners succeed," stated Chad Martin, CEO of Eco-Energy. "We are very excited about the partnership with Corn Plus and the opportunity to bring economies of scale and a sophisticated platform to another independent producer, which adds value to their business."

"Eco-Energy has been able to show immediate and significant improvements to our business over the past three months," stated Mark Drake, CEO of Corn Plus Ethanol. "We look forward to the continued relationship for years to come."

About Eco-Energy, Inc.

Eco-Energy is an integrated bio-fuel supply chain company focused on the marketing, trading, transportation, and distribution of bio-fuels across the globe. Eco-Energy is among the largest full-service marketing companies in North America with over $3.0 billion in sales and handling nearly 10% of the bio-fuels market. By leveraging Eco-Energy's core competencies in logistics, distribution, and trading, Eco-Energy is able to provide innovative, value-added solutions for a more stable, disciplined, and vertically integrated supply chain.

www.eco-energyinc.com www.cornplusethanol.com
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