New Shipowning Venture on the Internet

Thursday, February 15, 2001
The beginning of what is being touted as one day being the Greatest Shipowning Venture on Earth was launched at midnight last night. With the marriage of Shipping with the IT-age through the Internet, CyberShipping Inc. has created the vehicle for everyone to fill the Thrill and the Profit of being a Shipowner. We intend to bring the entire world into the Shipowning Industry, by offering our shares over the Internet, said Ion Livas, president of the company. One Million Shares are offered at $10 each, in multiples of one ten or one hundred maximum from each name, through the company's portal: www.cyber-ships.com. Before the advent of the IT age the Shipowning Industry was the main cradle of enormous wealth in which the Greeks excelled - www.cyber-ships.com combines the flare of those Greeks with the enormous potential that the Information Age has created; to permit everyone to participate in the fountain of this combined prosperity.

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