SOURCE: Secure Runway Systems Corp.
Feb 26, 2010 15:34 ET
Edward Minnema Joins Secure Runway Systems as President
TORONTO--(Marketwire - February 26, 2010) - Secure Runway Systems (PINKSHEETS: SRWY)("Secure Runway Systems," "SRWY" or the "Company") is pleased toannounce that it has appointed Mr. Edward Minnema, as President. Mr.Reno Calabrigo will remain as Chairman and will assume the role as Chiefexecutive officer.
Mr. Calabrigo stated, "Mr. Minnema will be a great asset toour Company. We are thrilled that Mr. Minnema has accepted thisappointment. Edward is well known in the mining industry and hasdeveloped many contacts throughout North America and in theCaribbean. He has extensive connections in the mining and retail sectorsof the economy. Mr. Minnema has been brought on to assist the Companyin seeking out new and profitable business opportunities to enhance theCompany and thereby increase shareholder value. Mr. Minnema has over theyears run successful private businesses and in various capacities fornumerous mining firms."
Mr. Minnema commented, "I am looking forward to working fromthe ground floor and am confident that I will bring value to SRWY andits present and future shareholders. Despite the challenges the NorthAmerican economy faces, there are currently many exciting opportunitiesboth in the retail and mining sectors that a public company such ours,with a very advantageous share structure, may use to leverage thoseopportunities to benefit all. My plan is to add to the Company a diverserange of business ventures which will appeal to a broad audience so theCompany will prosper together with those different sectors of theeconomy.
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