ORLANDO, Fla., Apr 29, 2010 (GlobeNewswire via COMTEX) — Freedom Environmental Services (Pink Sheets:FRDM) announced today that it signed a service contract with Cici’s Pizza to service multiple store locations in the Central Florida area. Freedom Environmental has already initiated services with Cici’s Pizza over and above grease collection and anticipates rolling out to new locations as they come on line. Our management anticipates that services to be provided will include grease tank installation, emergency services, wastewater clean-up and grease disposal.
Freedom’s CEO, Michael Borish, said, “Cici’s Pizza has a national presence in the U.S., making it a solid client of our company. Having Cici’s Pizza, Little Caesar’s and 7 Eleven Central Florida locations to service, the Company believes this is a solid revenue base to operate from as we expand our commercial service side of our business model. Freedom is looking forward to building strong relationships with companies like Cici’s Pizza, because quality and being environmentally friendly are important cornerstones to both their business and ours.”
A Freedom spokesperson stated that Freedom is continually pursuing contracts with national chains. This commercial aspect to the company’s business, in our management’s opinion, will provide a predictable revenue stream. Cici’s Pizza is a welcome addition to the growing list of national brands serviced by Freedom Environmental Services.
About Freedom Environmental Services
Freedom Environmental Services is a “Green” wastewater management company with its headquarters in Orlando Florida. Freedom provides the most comprehensive, cost-effective and reliable treatment systems and services. Freedom offers conventional wastewater treatment processes and systems, disinfection systems and cleaning contracts. Freedom’s products and services are designed to help keep your water safe and clean and your company profitable.
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