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Greene Concepts Signs Agreement With Growth Strategies to Support InkWay USA Launch, Expansion, and Distributor Training

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 04/15/14 -- Greene Concepts, Inc. (OTC Pink: LKEN) (PINKSHEETS: LKEN) announces it has signed a contract with the company Growth Strategies (dba LinkedInsite.com) to allow InkWay USA distributors the use of three Rocket Fuel Marketing Plus plans to increase InkWay USA training and sales. Distributors are offered individual hands-on training to help them build their InkWay USA businesses through both traditional and online methods.

Three Rocket Fuel Marketing Plus plans offer distributors the opportunity to maximize awareness and downline expansion through the use of social media platforms to include: Google Plus, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.

LinkedInsite.com will be providing sales training and marketing strategies as part of the package options available to the distributors. Additional packages being offered include actual hands-on (done-for-you) marketing that includes building online exposure, social media marketing solutions and content creation for the distributors.

The sales training coupled with done-for-you strategic marketing will be a ONE TWO punch for getting new business and viral exposure for those involved -- whether they're new to the sales field, or sales experienced.

Stephen Jones, President of Growth Strategies and Founder of LinkedInsite.com says, "We've been following Lenny and his team at InkWay USA for a long time, and I'm personally excited for what we'll be able to do for the distributors to help them generate new sales, penetrate new markets and build a wide base of new and repeat customers."

More details of the marketing solutions offered by our new partner can be found at http://www.LinkedInsite.com. The website is also a resource for LinkedIn News, Tools and Education.

Lenny Greene, LKEN's CEO, stated, "Greene Concepts has finalized a contract with the company LinkedInsite.com to help InkWay USA distributors maximize the spirit of entrepreneurship and leverage pre-existing lines of business growth, cost savings, marketing, creative reach, and strategic marketing positioning. LinkedInsite.com has a history of delivering positive results through the use of successful business models. We are excited to announce this deal and look forward to increased reach and market penetration for our InkWay USA division."

Mr. Greene continues, "These customized plans offer distributors unique approaches to expand their business, learn additional sales strategies, and capitalize on social medial platforms to connect with the masses in a personalized way. These new InkWay USA rocket fuel marketing plus platforms emphasize synergy and togetherness while offering a bridge to long-term success."

Mr. Greene concludes, "Enrolling our first 250,000 distributors is our first milestone. LinkedInsite.com is another one of the companies brought on board Team INKWAY USA to help us accomplish this milestone. Our "Rocket Fuel Marketing Plus™" plans are powered by LinkedInsite.com. We look forward to our upcoming grand opening and launch of the shopping websites for INKWAY USA distributors. We are now positioned to help our distributors achieve personal success while penetrating the $127 Billion inkjet and toner market. Stay tuned for more exciting information regarding the InkWay USA grand opening and launch."

About Greene Concepts, Inc.

Greene Concepts, Inc. (http://www.greeneconcepts.com/) is an ink technology Manufacturing and Distribution Company headquartered in Fresno, CA. Chairman and Founder Lenny Greene has spent the past 30 years serving the printing needs of businesses and consumers. Greene Concepts intends to be the catalyst for the introduction of a number of innovative products and marketing strategies, including its announced hemp-centric website, and to bring the world the best products at the lowest prices so consumers and business can save time, save money, print more and print better.

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AccuBrite, Inc. (http://accubrite.com/) creator of FreeInk4Life™, Refills4YouT, INKWAY USA™ and INK-Telligence™ has developed a family of 25 "Do It Yourself Ink Cartridge Refilling Systems." All refilling tools, accessories, filling stations, interactive CD-Rom instruction manual including bonus software, 24/7 customer service / tech support and unlimited ink refills are available. Consumers can now save thousands of dollars annually without replacing their inkjet cartridges using ABI's top of the line refill kits. AccuBrite, Inc. is the manufacturing arm of Greene concepts, Inc.

INKWAY USA, Inc. (http://www.inkwayusa.com/) is a consumer direct marketing ink and toner technology Distribution Company. We market and sell over 1000 advanced and exceptional proprietary ink and toner "Do It Yourself" Refilling Systems and other products for all inkjet and toner cartridges. Marketing, sales, and fulfillment for retail products are coordinated at its offices in Fresno, CA. Consumers and businesses save thousands of dollars annually buying our products. INKWAY USA will also compete in the global market place by marketing and signing distributors in Europe, The Pacific Rim, and Asia. InkWay USA is now ready to grow exponentially with their soon-to-be released proprietary Synergy Distributor Program (SDP) and take a large stake in the over $70 billion per year ink and toner industry through an unparalleled, innovative marketing strategy that utilizes virtually no competition -- all while offering unmatched cost savings and product quality for individual ink and toner consumers and large businesses alike.

Safe Harbor: This Press Release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. These forward-looking statements are based on the current plans and expectations of management and are subject to a number of uncertainties and risks that could significantly affect the company's current plans and expectations, as well as future results of operations and financial condition. A more extensive listing of risks and factors that may affect the company's business prospects and cause actual results to differ materially from those described in the forward-looking statements can be found in the reports and other documents filed by the company with the Securities and Exchange Commission and OTC Markets, Inc. OTC Disclosure and News Service. The company undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

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Greene Concepts, Inc.
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Shaun Kohlmeier
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