For Immediate Release

Title: 24Seven Franchising Seeks Caribbean Migrant Franchisees

CaribPR Newswire, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Sept. 28, 2006: 24Seven Vending, the fourth largest independent vending company in the US, is seeking Caribbean nationals and other minority franchisees in 14 territories across the U.S. The move is part of 24Seven’s diversity outreach initiative and franchisees are sought in New York, New Jersey, California, Florida, Georgia, and Washington, DC. among other states. Hard Beat Communications, the minority-certified parent company of the Caribbean World News Network and CaribPR, has signed on as an official broker for the Caribbean American marketplace. 24Seven is revolutionizing the vending industry by offering franchisees company owned territories with pre-sited snack & soda vending machines with known sales histories.    24seven also provides franchisees with proprietary wireless technology and software system that reports their vending sales, restocking requirements, profitability, and machine operating diagnostics.   Other advantages of owning a 24seven vending franchise include: vending machines already sited in accounts; immediate income from existing cash flow; highest quality of initial and ongoing training; operations and collateral support on a local basis; ongoing business development consultation analysis; ongoing technology research and development and flexible hours. A typical franchise will include vending machines with an historical aggregate revenue stream of approximately $6,730 per week in gross revenues or $350,000 per annum. Detailed initial and ongoing training is provided and local support is available for product storage and purchasing. The 24seven Vending Franchise is SBA approved and financing is available.  For details log on to: and for more information, call Hard Beat Communications’ Felicia Persaud at: 718-476-3616 or email [email protected] . –