Brand Communications Firm Commits to Renewable Energy

BKGElements announced today that it has restructured to focus solely on working in the renewable energy sector. The firm's services are aimed at changing the reality of America's energy demands.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Oct. 3, 2007

CONTACT: Nicole Pullman, (605) 334-7500 or Nicole.Pullman@BKGElements.com

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - BKGElements announced today that it has restructured to focus solely on working in the renewable energy sector. The firm's services are aimed at changing the reality of America's energy demands.

"This change is a logical extension of our work with clients like Outland Renewable Energy, POET and US BioEnergy," said Tim Kubista, chief executive officer. "We help progressive companies grow by using a foundation of sound business strategy to build strong brands."

Brand is an intangible asset that doesn't appear on a balance sheet but does have a profound impact on a company's strength and value. "Creating and managing an effective brand is a critical business component in the successful development of renewable energy companies," said Kubista. "Companies who effectively define and develop their brand will have a greater market value."

Inc. magazine recently selected the company to appear on the 2007 Inc. 5,000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States.

Based in Sioux Falls S.D., BKGElements combines deep expertise in business, brand and communications strategy to deliver highly customized, multi-faceted business solutions for clients in solar, wind and biofuels.

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