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CRESCENDE INTERNATIONAL
Symbol: CDIT
Price: .24

Crescende International, Inc. is a management company founded to develop and produce traveling exhibitions worldwide. Crescende International holds the exclusive Management Agreement for the exclusive operating and production for North America, with first right of refusal for Mexico, South America and Europe, for Traveling Exhibitions and Merchandise Program from the Sub-License holder for a major private collection in Europe, which will soon be announced publicly.

Crescende plans to incorporate subsidiaries in various countries as it expands internationally, and/or entering into joint venture enterprises. The Company will incorporate a US subsidiary in Q4.

Crescende will be responsible for overall management, financial resources and administration and reporting functions. Crescende Enterprises Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary, will be an operating arm of the Company’s Canadian operations and administration. Beneficially, Crescende will contract with a number of established museum exhibition providers to execute its business plan and to leverage its business potential.

Crescende International is not limited to use suppliers from any one region or industry, and therefore, has potential to access worldwide resources in the various materials and suppliers that will be required to execute the business plan.


Core Competencies

The goal is to build an enterprise that is sustainable and can become a leading force in the exhibition space for years to come. As such, the business will grow past the early stage of being focused exclusively on the first Exhibition program, and will compete in the open market for the right to be selected as the producer and manager of a stream of exclusive exhibitions.

The market is made up of 2 primary classes of customer:

Events Oriented - cities / countries etc. who want to mark a key
milestone with a world class exhibit

Owners - Institutions – touring major collections etc.
- Private – Exhibiting private collections

The two classes of customers are unique in may ways, but share some key similarities in their core needs. Since the core needs will define their selection criteria, Crescende will develop strengths in these areas.

The Business Plan:

Crescende will mount and circulate exhibitions, beginning in North and Central America, and will tour a series of exhibitions, merchandise and artifacts around the continent. The business plan is based on an initial five-year license agreement: twelve to eighteen months of preparation and mounting the inaugural exhibition and retail; and a three + year tour, hosted at the finest museums in major centres.

Among locations considered for concurrent exhibitions are North America, Mexico, Europe including London; Madrid, Paris, etc., South America, and Asia, including Japan, China, Hong Kong and Singapore.

The sub-license agreement is for a total of ten years, at 2-five year terms, plus first option of refusal for future Sub-License Agreements and Management Contracts.


Project One: To be announced by September 30, 2005
Exclusive representation of one of Europe's most prestigious and world-renowned private art collections.

Consumer demand for grand exhibitions of historical import, plus licensed retail products, has skyrocketed in recent years and will continue to be a major force in the ‘edutainment’ (education and entertainment) and retail market in years to come.

Thus, major exhibitions (i.e. painting: Monet and Picasso; special event/happenings: the Titanic, King Tutankhamen and Splendors of Imperial China, etc.) and themed retail stores (i.e., the Disney Stores, Warner Brothers Studio Stores, Metropolitan Museum of Art Stores, etc.) are opening at a steady pace in major centers worldwide. The recent increase in these themed exhibits firmly supports the business model and plans for he first exhibition program which is intended to share the priceless beauty of the artifacts from the private collection and make reproductions available to the public.


The Exhibition Tour
The exhibition will be unique in that it will incorporate the artifacts of many hundreds of years into an exhibition that is educational, interactive and modern (using today’s advanced technology) engaging the public in a learning and experiential environment. There will also be a special exhibit gallery that showcases some of the finest examples of contemporary works, all that are inspired by artifacts contained within the private collection.

An exhibition tour that is world-class, dynamic, sincere and meaningful will be executed over the next 12-18 months.

Themed retail will be an integral part of the exhibition tour, and will include replicas of artifacts created for the exhibition, as well as reproductions from other licensees, which include products diverse as pens, scarves and ceramic floor tiles, jewelry and stained glass reproductions and Christmas ornaments.


Marketing
In general, the tour will appeal to a both a religious demographic as well as mainstream audiences. More than the obvious niche markets, the exhibition will have universal appeal, dealing with such universal themes as the human spirit, the human heart, the search for knowledge, understanding, peace and enlightenment, and the awesome nature of the human being when touched by the creative realm of spirit.


There is a growing trend and quantitative market demand worldwide for exhibitions of historical import. Recent exhibitions include Egyptian King Tutankhamen; exhibits of Impressionist painters Matisse and Picasso and from the collection of Barnes; Jewels of the Romanovs: Treasures from the Russian Czars; the Titanic exhibition and the Genghis Khan exhibit from China. Most of these exhibits are drawing record audiences: in the range of 300,000 to 500,000 and more per venue, based on a 12-week exhibition.


Retail Sales
Reproductions and adaptations developed for the exhibition will represent both a unique product line and, in time, a vast and immeasurably valuable library of replicas. Typically, retail revenues match and often surpass gate admission revenues.


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Opened at .10 a few weeks back and has lightly traded up to around .25 It looks tightly held and their business model is quite interesting and potentially lucrative.Keep this one on close watch for any news/volume,tec.

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.28 close today on a whopping 55k vol.(lol)...I like the steady climb but would like to see a bit more liquidity.News could really spring it ...keep it on radar.

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CDIT news out!
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Crescende International Signs Joint Venture with ICBS
Aug 30, 2005 11:37:00 AM
2005 PrimeZone Media Network
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Aug. 30, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Crescende International Inc. (Pink Sheets:CDIT) has signed a joint venture contract with ICBS Canada, a multi-services, business solutions corporation based in Montreal, Quebec.

The announcement was made today by Crescende CEO and president Michella Frosch, who closed the deal at recent meetings in eastern Canada and the United States.

ICBS brings a wealth of international business acumen to Crescende, whose primary business is the mounting and touring of worldwide exhibitions of art and artifacts from one of the world's most prestigious private collections of art and artifacts. The agreement also establishes a presence in eastern Canada for Crescende.

Frosch said ICBS is essentially a one-stop business centre, which provides services that cover acquisitions and mergers, financing, securities, expansion, international market entry, banking, accounting, tax and related matters, and offshore corporations.

Among its management team, ICBS has more than 100 years of business expertise.

The chair of ICBS is Dr. George Tsoukas, M.D., endocrinologist, associate professor, McGill University Health Centre, Montreal, Quebec. Dr. Tsoukas is a noted physician and educator, is an associate physician at the McGill University Medical Centre in Montreal and conducts clinical research on metabolic bone diseases. Dr. Tsoukas was chief examiner for the Quebec College of Endocrinologists and was an honours student in fine arts and biochemistry at McGill University. He obtained his medical degree at the same university and received further training in internal medicine, cardiology, and endocrinology. He is a fellow in the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

Richard Howarth, ICBS's president and CEO has a career that spans more than 30 years in business and includes positions in accounting, operations and technical manual publication. Howarth has been involved in the aerospace industry for over 25 years and is well-versed in the operations and maintenance of jet aircraft. Howarth is a graduate of Manchester Polytechnic University in Manchester, England with a Bachelor of Science in applied chemistry of polymers.

Garth McIntosh is the COO and senior consultant of ICBS Ltd. He has 40 years of extensive experience working as a business analyst and consultant for a variety of private and public corporations. He has developed a series of unique diagnostic tools for small to medium-size businesses that identify the operational areas that could be improved, so as to reduce costs and improve efficiency. McIntosh also has a strong background in strategic consulting, acquisitions and mergers and corporate turnarounds with private and public companies.

Antonella Petrolito, lawyer, LL.B., BSc. is the in-house council for ICBS. Petrolito holds a Bachelor of Civil Law from the University of Ottawa, and a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences from the University of Montreal. She is fluent in three languages: French, Italian and Spanish and has been a member of the Quebec bar since 1996.

ICBS full-services team augments Crescende's strong management team as it goes into international arenas.

At present, Crescende holds an exclusive management agreement with the sub-license holder of a major private art collection in Europe, to develop and tour exhibitions of art reproductions and sell related retail reproductions and souvenir adaptations from the esteemed collection. Announcements about the collection will be made public shortly.

Under the terms of its exclusive management agreement with the worldwide sub-licensor, Crescende will monetize the brand equity and intellectual property held within this collection of historical importance, through an extensive series of 'A' Class and specialty theme exhibitions worldwide over a period of at least 10 years. The company will also seek to secure the intellectual property rights of other important art collections for the purposes of exhibition and retail.

The Crescende exhibitions will be of the caliber of the King Tut and Leonardo da Vinci collections, which have attracted millions of people throughout the world.

Among locations being considered by Crescende for concurrent exhibitions are Australia, Chicago, Hong Kong, London, England, Spain, and Germany; Cities in North and Central America will include Los Angeles, Memphis, New York, Washington D.C, Portland, Mexico City, Toronto, and Vancouver.

In conjunction with tours, CDIT has the rights to replicate and retail artifacts from the exhibitions. These will be marketed in various museums and other exhibition venues, in addition to select shops, the home-shopping networks of the world, and on an interactive Web site where customers may make direct purchases for immediate delivery.

The Crescende Collections will bring to the public some of the great, unseen masterpieces of the world, which will provide an enhanced knowledge of history and art from creative and spiritual realms, appealing to people of all cultures and faiths.

Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: The statements, other than statements of historical facts, may be deemed to contain forward-looking statements with respect to events, the occurrence of which involve risk and uncertainties, including, without limitation, demand and competition for the company's products and services, the availability to the company of adequate financing to support its anticipated activities, the ability of the company to generate cash flow from operations and the ability of the company to manage its operations.

CONTACT:
For press and partnership inquiries:
Michella Frosch, CEO and President
Crescende International Inc.
300 - 1055 West Hastings St.
Vancouver, BC V6E 2E9
(604) 926-5780
crescende@shaw.ca

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CDIT .19 X .20 I like this section of todays release.Watch for volume.Moves easy.
The Crescende exhibitions will be of the caliber of the King Tut and
Leonardo da Vinci collections, which have attracted millions of
people throughout the world.

Among locations being considered by Crescende for concurrent
exhibitions are Australia, Chicago, Hong Kong, London, England,
Spain, and Germany; Cities in North and Central America will include
Los Angeles, Memphis, New York, Washington D.C, Portland, Mexico
City, Toronto, and Vancouver.

In conjunction with tours, CDIT has the rights to replicate and
retail artifacts from the exhibitions. These will be marketed in
various museums and other exhibition venues, in addition to select
shops, the home-shopping networks of the world, and on an
interactive Web site where customers may make direct purchases for
immediate delivery.

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Crescende International(CDIT.PK)
(WATCH FOR VOLUME)
ICBS brings a wealth of international business acumen to Crescende, whose primary business is the mounting and touring of worldwide exhibitions of art and artifacts from one of the world's most prestigious private collections of art and artifacts. The agreement also establishes a presence in eastern Canada for Crescende.

Frosch said ICBS is essentially a one-stop business centre, which provides services that cover acquisitions and mergers, financing, securities, expansion, international market entry, banking, accounting, tax and related matters, and offshore corporations.

Among its management team, ICBS has more than 100 years of business expertise.

ICBS full-services team augments Crescende's strong management team as it goes into international arenas.

At present, Crescende holds an exclusive management agreement with the sub-license holder of a major private art collection in Europe, to develop and tour exhibitions of art reproductions and sell related retail reproductions and souvenir adaptations from the esteemed collection. Announcements about the collection will be made public shortly.

Under the terms of its exclusive management agreement with the worldwide sub-licensor, Crescende will monetize the brand equity and intellectual property held within this collection of historical importance, through an extensive series of 'A' Class and specialty theme exhibitions worldwide over a period of at least 10 years. The company will also seek to secure the intellectual property rights of other important art collections for the purposes of exhibition and retail.

The Crescende exhibitions will be of the caliber of the King Tut and Leonardo da Vinci collections, which have attracted millions of people throughout the world.

Among locations being considered by Crescende for concurrent exhibitions are Australia, Chicago, Hong Kong, London, England, Spain, and Germany; Cities in North and Central America will include Los Angeles, Memphis, New York, Washington D.C, Portland, Mexico City, Toronto, and Vancouver.

In conjunction with tours, CDIT has the rights to replicate and retail artifacts from the exhibitions. These will be marketed in various museums and other exhibition venues, in addition to select shops, the home-shopping networks of the world, and on an interactive Web site where customers may make direct purchases for immediate delivery.

The Crescende Collections will bring to the public some of the great, unseen masterpieces of the world, which will provide an enhanced knowledge of history and art from creative and spiritual realms, appealing to people of all cultures and faiths.

Project One: To be announced by September 30, 2005
Exclusive representation of one of Europe's most prestigious and
world-renowned private art collections.

Consumer demand for grand exhibitions of historical import, plus
licensed retail products, has skyrocketed in recent years and will
continue to be a major force in the `edutainment' (education and
entertainment) and retail market in years to come

Thus, major exhibitions (i.e. painting: Monet and Picasso; special
event/happenings: the Titanic, King Tutankhamen and Splendors of
Imperial China, etc.) and themed retail stores (i.e., the Disney
Stores, Warner Brothers Studio Stores, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Stores, etc.) are opening at a steady pace in major centers
worldwide. The recent increase in these themed exhibits firmly
supports the business model and plans for he first exhibition
program which is intended to share the priceless beauty of the
artifacts from the private collection and make reproductions
available to the public.

This is a seemingly untapped major market.I see big potential with this Co.(KEEP IT ON RADAR)

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quote:
Originally posted by diligence_done05:


At present, Crescende holds an exclusive management agreement with the sub-license holder of a major private art collection in Europe, to develop and tour exhibitions of art reproductions and sell related retail reproductions and souvenir adaptations from the esteemed collection. Announcements about the collection will be made public shortly.


While I am new to all this, I have to say I wonder why so hush hush about this collection, you would think that if they already hold this "Exclusive deal" and it is something that would be profitable, why not say what it is. This just confuses me, and scares me all the same.


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.11 x .15 nice entry imho.

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CDIT-Crescende International
Symbol:CDIT
Price .15
Float 2M(tradable)

Crescende is licensing intellectual cultural properties for the purpose of mounting major traveling exhibitions of art and artifacts from prestigious collections in Europe. The exhibitions will be of the caliber of the King Tut and Leonardo da Vinci collections which have attracted millions of people from throughout the world.

Project One: To be announced by September 30, 2005
Exclusive representation of one of Europe's most prestigious and
world-renowned private art collections.(This Month!)

Consumer demand for grand exhibitions of historical import, plus
licensed retail products, has skyrocketed in recent years and will
continue to be a major force in the `edutainment' (education and
entertainment) and retail market in years to come.

Thus, major exhibitions (i.e. painting: Monet and Picasso; special
event/happenings: the Titanic, King Tutankhamen and Splendors of
Imperial China, etc.) and themed retail stores (i.e., the Disney
Stores, Warner Brothers Studio Stores, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Stores, etc.) are opening at a steady pace in major centers
worldwide. The recent increase in these themed exhibits firmly
supports the business model and plans for he first exhibition
program which is intended to share the priceless beauty of the
artifacts from the private collection and make reproductions
available to the public.

(I like the referencs to Disney and Warner Bros.)

An exhibition tour that is world-class, dynamic, sincere and
meaningful will be executed over the next 12-18 months.

Themed retail will be an integral part of the exhibition tour, and
will include replicas of artifacts created for the exhibition, as
well as reproductions from other licensees, which include products
diverse as pens, scarves and ceramic floor tiles, jewelry and
stained glass reproductions and Christmas ornaments.
There is a growing trend and quantitative market demand worldwide
for exhibitions of historical import. Recent exhibitions include
Egyptian King Tutankhamen; exhibits of Impressionist painters
Matisse and Picasso and from the collection of Barnes; Jewels of the
Romanovs: Treasures from the Russian Czars; the Titanic exhibition
and the Genghis Khan exhibit from China. Most of these exhibits are
drawing record audiences: in the range of 300,000 to 500,000 and
more per venue, based on a 12-week exhibition.

Retail Sales
Reproductions and adaptations developed for the exhibition will
represent both a unique product line and, in time, a vast and
immeasurably valuable library of replicas. Typically, retail
revenues match and often surpass gate admission revenues.

3 bidders showed up.....3 NEW MM'S....RADARS UP!

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I like this play, should be a good play this week an d for the long haul

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Crescende International
Symbol:CDIT
Price .15
Float 2M(tradable)

Crescende is licensing intellectual cultural properties for the purpose of mounting major traveling exhibitions of art and artifacts from prestigious collections in Europe. The exhibitions will be of the caliber of the King Tut and Leonardo da Vinci collections which have attracted millions of people from throughout the world.

Project One: To be announced by September 30, 2005
Exclusive representation of one of Europe's most prestigious and
world-renowned private art collections.(This Month!)

Consumer demand for grand exhibitions of historical import, plus
licensed retail products, has skyrocketed in recent years and will
continue to be a major force in the `edutainment' (education and
entertainment) and retail market in years to come.

Thus, major exhibitions (i.e. painting: Monet and Picasso; special
event/happenings: the Titanic, King Tutankhamen and Splendors of
Imperial China, etc.) and themed retail stores (i.e., the Disney
Stores, Warner Brothers Studio Stores, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Stores, etc.) are opening at a steady pace in major centers
worldwide. The recent increase in these themed exhibits firmly
supports the business model and plans for he first exhibition
program which is intended to share the priceless beauty of the
artifacts from the private collection and make reproductions
available to the public.

(I like the referencs to Disney and Warner Bros.)

An exhibition tour that is world-class, dynamic, sincere and
meaningful will be executed over the next 12-18 months.

Themed retail will be an integral part of the exhibition tour, and
will include replicas of artifacts created for the exhibition, as
well as reproductions from other licensees, which include products
diverse as pens, scarves and ceramic floor tiles, jewelry and
stained glass reproductions and Christmas ornaments.
There is a growing trend and quantitative market demand worldwide
for exhibitions of historical import. Recent exhibitions include
Egyptian King Tutankhamen; exhibits of Impressionist painters
Matisse and Picasso and from the collection of Barnes; Jewels of the
Romanovs: Treasures from the Russian Czars; the Titanic exhibition
and the Genghis Khan exhibit from China. Most of these exhibits are
drawing record audiences: in the range of 300,000 to 500,000 and
more per venue, based on a 12-week exhibition.

Retail Sales
Reproductions and adaptations developed for the exhibition will
represent both a unique product line and, in time, a vast and
immeasurably valuable library of replicas. Typically, retail
revenues match and often surpass gate admission revenues.

3 Market Makers joined the bid Friday!!!!!!!!!!...........RADAR CDIT!........Good luck this upcoming week


http://www.vaticanmontreal.ca/

http://www.gslis.utexas.edu/~vmuseum/sutcliffe.html

http://www.azstarnet.com/specialreports/31130RIONUEVOMUSEUMS.html

http://arts.monstersandcritics.com/news/article_1032194.php/Egypt_earns_ 32.2_million_dollars_from_travelling_antiquity_exhibits

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.16 x .20 volume 127k looking good here.I believe some firms force phone calls orders to buy...but you can sell online.
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*CDIT* .15 X .17 (Ameritrade allows buys now as well)
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~CDIT News...


Crescende International Begins Advisory Board Appointments
Sep 12, 2005 10:00:00 AM
2005 PrimeZone Media Network
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 12, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Crescende International Inc. (Pink Sheets:CDIT) has created a Board of International Advisors and appointed its first members.

Crescende CEO and President Michella Frosch made the announcement today following confirmation that three prominent businessmen have accepted an invitation to join the committee and to provide business advice to the newly-trading company.

The three are Barrie Mowatt, Co-Founder of Buschlen Mowatt Galleries in Vancouver, Canada and Palm Desert, CA; Jim Rossi, Vice-President and Co-Owner of the Saratoga Polo Club, NY and partner in XPO Enterprises Inc.; and Sam Carter, International Curator, Designer and Educator.

Barrie Mowatt is the Owner and President of one of Canada's most prestigious private galleries, the Buschlen Mowatt Galleries, established in Vancouver more than eighteen years ago and in Palm Desert, CA in 2000. He is a member of the Art Dealers Association of Canada and in 1996, co-founded and supported the Vancouver International Sculpture Project - Open Spaces. This project has recently been transformed into the Vancouver International Sculpture Biennale - OPEN SPACES PROJECT, the first Biennale of its kind in the world to showcase contemporary sculpture from leading international sculptors.

Mowatt has participated for over twenty-five years in international art fairs in Europe, Asia, S.E. Asia, the U.K., U.S.A. and Canada -- during this time establishing relationships with major galleries, curators, and international cultural attachees and artists, including Helen Frankenthaler, Tony Cragg, Antony Gormley, Lynn Chadwick, Tom Wesselman, and Robert Rauschenberg.

Additionally, he is a founding board member of Art Toronto, former board member of Art Miami and Art Palm Beach Art Fairs and current board member of the International Sculpture Centre, Princeton, N.J.

As a business leader, Barrie Mowatt has contributed to many charitable and community events, including founding the Celebration of Hope Foundation and Buschlen Mowatt Foundation; founding and creating the Buschlen Mowatt Gifted Teen Scholarship Program at Arts Umbrella in 1989, providing assistance to teens pursuing post secondary education in the arts; Co-Founder of Food Runners and the fundraiser Taste of Vancouver; corporate sponsor of more than 15 years to Arts Umbrella, Canada's leading visual and performing arts institute for youth ages 2-19 and supporter of Friends for Life and the Hope Cancer Centre.

Barrie Mowatt has received the Vancouver Business in Arts Award from the Vancouver Board of Trade; the Ethics in Action Award presented by Vancouver City Savings and the Provincial government's Work Ministry, and was twice nominated for Western Canada's Entrepreneur of the Year in the category of socially responsible businesses.

Jim Rossi is a business and marketing strategist. He has been a key player in several noteworthy new business launches and the repositioning and revitalization of a number of existing products and services in both consumer and business-to-business marketing. As a founder and partner of XPO Enterprises Group, and Rossi's association as co-owner of the Saratoga Polo Club project, Rossi is well-positioned in both national and international business.

Rossi, a graduate of Skidmore College, is actively involved in the local community. He serves on the boards of directors of Saratoga PLAN, Saratoga Springs Preservation and Skidmore Strategic Communications Advisory Board.

Rossi has demonstrated success in the design, development, implementation and management of national marketing programs for a number of institutions and venues, including: 1996 Olympic Games, American Express, AT&T, GE Financial Assurance, Hilton, Home Depot, IBM, MCI, SBS Communications, SeaWorld, Rayovac, WalMart, as well as several venture start-up companies.

Most recently, Rossi founded Space Marketing Mission (SMM) -- a unique partnership with NASA and Lockheed Martin to explore and develop space commercialization opportunities. Prior to founding SMM, Rossi served as chief marketing officer for the global launch of XPO Network, a global airport media company based in the United Kingdom. In 1987, he co-founded MarkNet Partners, a business strategy and marketing consultancy.

Sam Carter is an internationally known Designer, Curator and Educator with degrees in Fine Art, Landscape Architecture and Exhibition Design. He has been on the faculty of Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in Vancouver for almost three decades. Early in his career, as Senior Designer for the Ontario Science Centre, he developed innovative interactive exhibitions for the Hall of Life. In 1972, he coordinated Canadian art and design students to create a thrilled Wildlife Event for the United Nations Conference on Human Environment in Stockholm. He was Creative Director for the Vancouver Papal Visit, Events, Parades and National Days for Expo 86. He designed the pavilion and exhibitions representing Canada for the Yokohama Expo 89 and has worked as a Creative Director for the Government of Canada on numerous events, including the Commonwealth Conference and APEC Conferences in Vancouver.

His designs include large public art commissions as well as installations of art and design work for galleries, museums, expositions and public cultural events. He curated the inaugural exhibition for the Canadian Craft Museum, A Treasury of Canadian Craft. He was a Founding Director of the Canadian Craft Museum, as well as the Vancouver Public Art Committee. He also serves as a Director of the Canadian Society for Asian Arts and other arts organizations.

Carter has Directed and Curated over thirty major multi-cultural and interdisciplinary arts events, exhibitions, and public festivals. Currently, he directs the Asia Pacific Applied Arts Forum creating a "virtual exhibition" and encyclopedia of Asia Pacific Applied Arts. He curated and produced the Canada-China Applied Arts Exhibition, which traveled across Canada celebrating Canada's Year of Asia and Pacific. The Canada Applied Arts Exhibition featured the work of thirty Canadian craft artists and designer and traveled to China, Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Taiwan. His lectures on Canadian Applied Arts, Asia and Pacific Applied Arts, and design focus on issues concerned with applied arts traditions, new technologies, globalization, environment and trade.

He serves on regional, national and international boards and is a member of numerous organizations and societies concerned with art, design and craft. For many years he has worked with government and private sector organizations and agencies to develop policy and procedures for art, design and craft practices.

Mr. Carter has presented workshops on art and design in Beijing, Tapei, Indiia, Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Russia, Korea and Brunei with students from the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design. In Fall of 2005, Sam will present a Keynote Speech to the International Delphic Games and World Eco Fiber and Textile conference in Kuchin, Sarawak. Then, he will present lectures and select 30 examples of applied art to represent Australia and New Zealand on the Asia Pacific Applied Arts Forum. In Winter, 2005, as Visiting Professor to the Humanisitic Olympics Studies Centre at Renmin University, Carter will conduct workshops/courses of Olympic Art and Design: Opening Ceremonies.

Mowatt, Rossi and Carter will be available on an on-going basis to strategize with Crescende International Inc.'s management team.

Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: The statements, other than the statements of historical facts, may be deemed to contain forward-looking statements with respect to events, the occurrence of which involves risk and uncertainties, including, without limitation, demand and competition for the company's products and services, the availability to the company of adequate financing to support its anticipated activities, the ability of the company to generate cash flow from operations and the ability of the company to manage its operations.

For press and partnership inquiries, please contact:


Michella Frosch, CEO and President
Crescende International Inc.
300 - 1055 West Hastings St.
Vancouver, BC V6E 2E9
(604) 926-5780
E-mail crescende@shaw.ca
Website: www.crescende.com

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CDIT news
Crescende's President and CEO Michella Frosch to Conduct Interview on InternetPlays.com
Thursday September 15, 9:30 am ET


VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 15, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Crescende International, Inc. (Other OTC:CDIT.PK - News), an exhibition and merchandising company, is proud to announce that president and CEO Michella Frosch has been asked to participate in an interactive interview on InternetPlays.com. This online interview will allow the investment public and current shareholders to pose questions to Ms. Frosch in a moderated forum.
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Tom Bibiyan of InternetPlays.com stated, ``Our members continue to show interest in Crescende International, Inc. Therefore, this interview will help answer many of the new questions they might have.''

InternetPlays.com is one of the largest interactive day trading destinations in the country, with over 500 daily participants in its chat forum. Please join us for this event to be held on Thursday, September 15, 2005, at 4 p.m. EST.

About Crescende International, Inc.

Crescende holds an exclusive management agreement with the sub-license holder of a historical and one of the most significant private art collections in Europe, to develop and tour exhibitions of art reproductions and sell related retail reproductions and souvenir adaptations from the esteemed collection. Announcements about this collection will be made public shortly.

Under the terms of its exclusive management agreement with the worldwide sub-licensor, Crescende will monetize the brand equity and intellectual property held within this collection of historical importance, through an extensive series of 'A' Class and specialty theme exhibitions worldwide over a period of at least 10 years. The company will also seek to secure the intellectual property rights of other important art collections for the purposes of exhibition and retail.

Crescende is also in negotiations with two additional historical collections for exhibitions, in addition to exhibition rights for a major film production.

The Crescende exhibitions will be of the caliber of the King Tut and Leonardo da Vinci collections, which have attracted millions of people throughout the world.

Among locations being considered by Crescende for concurrent exhibitions are Australia, Chicago, Hong Kong, London, England, Spain, and Germany; cities in North and Central America will include Los Angeles, Memphis, New York, Washington D.C, Portland, Mexico City, Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver, Canada.

In conjunction with tours, CDIT has the rights to replicate and retail artifacts from the exhibitions. These will be marketed in the various museums and other exhibition venues, in addition to select shops, the home shopping networks of the world, and on an interactive Web site where customers may make direct purchases for immediate delivery.

The Crescende Collections will bring to the public some of the great, unseen masterpieces of the world, which will provide an enhanced knowledge of history and art from creative and spiritual realms, appealing to people of all cultures and faiths.

This news release includes forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. The statements involve a number of known and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause eTelcharge.com, Inc. and actual results or outcomes to be materially different from those anticipated and discussed herein. These include its historical lack of profitability, limited working capital, the need for additional capital, end-use customers' acceptance of new products and actual demand, the need for eTelcharge.com, Inc. to manage its growth, and other associated risks.


Contact:

Crescende International, Inc.
Michella Frosch, CEO and President
300 - 1055 West Hastings St.
Vancouver, BC V6E 2E9 Canada
(604) 926-5780
E-mail: crescende@shaw.ca
www.crescende.com
(Under construction, to be launched September 26, 2005)

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Watch for volume in the coming days
Cheers.

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HEY DD! With collections that can even be mentioned in the same conversation as collections of DaVinci and King Tut??????? Gotta point an eye at CDIT...
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Thanks Done for the post. I've had CDIT on the radar, with that float and some volume, this can shoot up quickly

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Look at a few of these big names:
Rossi has demonstrated success in the design, development, implementation and management of national marketing programs for a number of institutions and venues, including: 1996 Olympic Games, American Express, AT&T, GE Financial Assurance, Hilton, Home Depot, IBM, MCI, SBS Communications, SeaWorld, Rayovac, WalMart, as well as several venture start-up companies.

Most recently, Rossi founded Space Marketing Mission (SMM) -- a unique partnership with NASA and Lockheed Martin to explore and develop space commercialization opportunities. Prior to founding SMM, Rossi served as chief marketing officer for the global launch of XPO Network, a global airport media company based in the United Kingdom. In 1987, he co-founded MarkNet Partners, a business strategy and marketing consultancy.

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I took full advantage of recent dip, with what available funds I had left and bought my last position * .015 and am very happy with that entry.

I am confident that this will be on everyones' radar very shortly, and those who aren't in will be kickin' themselves HARD.

This dip is so severe and so inviting, it is not to be passed up prior to inevitable run...
Good luck and congrats to those with entries!

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CDIT - Most powerful Aroon cross known to Analysis (below the 20)

..generally speaking getting the Aroon(down) to bottom at 0 is no easy task. it indicates the current downtrend has lost its momentum.. when the Aroon(up) is nearing or at 0 also this signals the consolidation phase is under way. here we have a set-up of what is said to be the powerful Aroon cross know to Technical Analysis as the Aroon(up)/green heads north through the Aroon(down)/red below the 20 as other indicators on the chart also agree.

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http://stockcharts.com/education/IndicatorAnalysis/indic-Aroon.htm

http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=8048885

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lol, how many threads do you need? Might be a great pik, i dunno...but you're on 5 threads ????

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why not?!.. lol

share the wealth!!

BuyTex.. you only get a setup like this once in a great while.. maybe more often than that.. but how many times has it happened that someone brought it to your attention (or maybe even not..maybe you found it yourself) but just a day late and a dollar short...

sounds all too fimiliar to me.. hha well not here.. i happen to know what we've got a hold of on this one and it's times like these that i admitted work overtime!

that's right and as a matter of fact it is my hopes that if you or anyone who ever reads this should ever come across a play like this.. this near bottom.. this so badly beat'n up/oversold (for appartently not much of a reason at all) and with this much volume/interest on it...

Please by all and every means.. Put it in my face and not after it's too late!!

give me a chance here Allstocks to build my history with you guys as well...

but as for now.. Let's enjoy the ride!! ;0)

fair enough?! lol jm

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quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
lol, how many threads do you need? Might be a great pik, i dunno...but you're on 5 threads ????

It's definitely a Hot Stock pick from this area - and qualifies in the Swing Plays category, and the 'Micro' category as well...
Just gettin' the word out to all interested parties who may actually wanna make HUGE $$$ on this stock.

We can see how CDIT is settling down in this area the last few days, and getting a few ticks above .01 now - very positive.
The chart is setting up for a nice, healthy reversal - entries in this .01 area recommended!

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CDIT - trade history for past 3 days.. continues building interest...

Date / Symbol / Open / High / Low / Close / Change / Volume / Trades

2005-10-13 / CDIT / 0.006 / 0.009 / 0.006 / 0.006 / 0.00 / 9,015,741 / 61

2005-10-12 / CDIT / 0.007 / 0.008 / 0.006 / 0.006 / -0.004 / 1,573,781 / 23

2005-09-11 / CDIT / 0.011 / 0.011 / 0.006 / 0.01 / -0.002 / 1,612,111 / 29

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