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yea, yea, good things to come. its been comming for 2 years now. ten thousand water and energy drinks out there with new ones on the shelves every week, but no RUSH, pathetic, just pathetic

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isn't there some sort of trade association that tracks these types of products?

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I wish Corr would release 'news' like this in, say, a newsletter on his web site or directly to shareholders via e-mail. That would be far more appropriate, given the lack of any real substance.

It's really not that great of a PR- no solid deals, no figures and wrought with vagaries and speculation. 'News' like that has no business in a PR. It's also written too colloquially.

IMO PR's are released, in part, to offer existing shareholders encouragement and to try and entice new shareholders. This does neither.

Corr is supposed to be a business man; he should know better than that.

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The other weird thing about the PR- the title. Before I read it, I thought that RSHN was selling beverages to the National Rifle Association. I mean yeah after you think about a second, you realize it's foolish, but again, Corr oughtta know better.

"RushNet Develops Opportunities for Apple Rush at the NRA"

In retrospect, I kinda wish it was true. Imagine the possibilities:

Last Update: 4:04 PM ET Jun 22, 2007


BLUE ISLAND, Ill., Jun 22, 2007 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- RushNet, Inc's (Pink Sheets: RSHN), Apple Rush received a good deal of interest in its new Organic Sparkling Apple Juice line from National Rifle Association spokesman Charlton Heston.

Heston noted that the smooth crisp taste of Apple Rush was 'leaps and bounds tastier than Soylent Green' and when his grandson asked if he could have a sip of his Rasppberry Rush he simply replied "Get you hands off my beverage, you damn dirty ape."

Heston also noted that the bottles were perfectly shaped for target practice.

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LOL. I thought the same when I saw NRA.
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quote:
Originally posted by chklingon:
Note that it was a Resturaunt chain, NOT a pizza chain. They are also looking at it.

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From the PR :
Additionally, Pizza Chains with numerous locations thought Apple Rush would fit in well at their restaurants and they plan to order.

They did mention "Pizza chains" along with the Restaurant chain.
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"Get your hands off my beverage you damn dirty ape!"

OMG I started laughing out loud when I read that. My wife looked at me like I was nuts.

Thanks for the laugh bilgert!

GO RSHN!!!$$!!!

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This PR appears to have been issued by Corr himself. What happened to the flaky PR firm they supposedly hired a few months ago?
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racjis.... I think Corr finally figured out that they were a scam. He got so fustrated with all the calls that he tried to put the callers at arms length. He would have been better off just screening them closer. Oh well..... I am glad they are gone.

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Distrubuted in Canada, eh.

Well....how bout telling me where. I will go buy some. But no, I have not seen this in any store any place.

How much are they distributing. What about this increased production. Bunch o crap. same old same old. They put out "feeler" PRs and if one gets a great response they will start pumping the hell out of it.

Still holding, still frustrated.

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So cougarfeather.... just because you can't find it, the pr was false? Why not call the company and ask where to go find it? Naw.... easier to just bash away and further hurt your position.

Sheese.... what will it take to get everyone to lighten up. Oh I know number and sales figures. O.K. I will buy into that as well. No problem with that at all! However in the mean time.... what is wrong with keeping us up to date with what is going on? I guess not much to some.

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quote:
Originally posted by chklingon:
Sheese.... what will it take to get everyone to lighten up. Oh I know number and sales figures. O.K. I will buy into that as well. No problem with that at all! However in the mean time.... what is wrong with keeping us up to date with what is going on? I guess not much to some.

I have no problem with the the update; I think they're great- I just don't care for the lack of a professional style and the lack of any substance. It's not worthy of a PR IMO. As I said, more of a newsletter quality.

On an unrelated noted, I heard that 50 cent made anywhere between 100 to 400 million on the sale of Vitamin Water to Coca Cola (that number is beong contested in the public sphere). Granted, Vitamin Water is NOT Rush by any stretch of the inmagination, but it proves that image, connections and marketing is a tremendous part of beverage sales and distribution. Through 50 cent, Vitamin Water was able to attract athletes (e.g. Donovan Mcnabb- who was a very active spokesman), musicians (e.g. Kelly Clarkson) and you even saw that tramp Paris Hilton hauling around a bottle every now and again. IMO, Vitamin Water is nothing special, insofar as taste and what it offers to the market. Rush beverages are very unique and have every opportunity to create some buzz, provided it gets some exposure, and Corr makes some sales.

I wrote Rush and asked them if they could at least consider the possibility of getting a celebrty involved to increase exposure. Heck he could offer 'em 200 million shares (5% of the o/s). That's nothing. Anyway, here's their response.

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Thanks for your e-mail. We have considered some type of celebrity involvement. Actually, there are some
people reaching out to a couple of celebs now.

As you may know this is a very costly avenue to take. We presently don't have the funds available to us to
make this a priority but we are seeking alternatives to make this work.

Thanks,
ALEX

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Well... bilgert.... you may just get your wish.... I will say no more on the endorsement.

I would agree that this is more of a newsletter.... however seems the easiest way to get it out for now. Would perhaps be better served on the website, but wont' reach new people that way.

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What do you know chklingon? Please spill the beans...

Well I will agree with you in part; Corr DOES need to reach new people, but delivering a vague and colluqial newsletter-toned PR won't do it. As a shareholder, I was slightly embarassed by its non professional tone. The new people who read it won't be enticed by it. I think they'd be rather dimissive of it.

Here's my take on it- Rush has a unique all natural product. In light of all the childhood obesity issues being bandied about in the media and the increased awareness of all-natural and organic products, Rush products, if Corr can meet market demand, has a real chance to fill a niche in the market place. The beverage industry is a multi-BILLION dollar industry.

But in order to take advantage of this unique market he HAS to increase product awareness. He has to make deals. He has to have solid facts out there. Otherwise, it's no better than a glorified lemonade stand- and that would be a shame.

Chicago is a very friendly beverage town and has lots of colleges in a tight radius- 2 very good things going for it. For very little money, say $75 to $100K Corr could go out and blitz the market and increase the buzz. Show up at the U of Chicago campus and give out free bottles; go to the Chicago Marathon health expo; set up a booth outside Soldier Field. And then PR THAT!

Small beverage firms are a dime a dozen. The ones that seize or create opportunities are the ones that make it. I watched a special on food network a few months ago. It was 2 brothers who started a fruit soda business literally out of their kitchen in Georgia; a year later and almost going into debt, they were distributing across 6 or 7 states.

That's my take on it, I know it's sorta pointless, but that's my take.

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Bilgert, If it takes more dilution to raise the 75k - 100k that you state, then I'm against it.

The recent dilution was said to be done to increase production to meet demand. If this is true, then it's a good sign... slow, steady growth.

I'm hoping the printing press has been retired.

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IMO 75 to 100k is chump change. Get another loan or a warrant or something. The PPS is .0004; what's the worst that could happen? The recent dilution accomplished nothing, so just go for it boys...
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Bilgert it is not chump change to this company.

Within the last year they have diluted to the tune of a couple of million dollars with the entire shareholder base screaming to high heaven about it. That was done in order to develope and begin production of AR and all of its differing flavors.

Now they are running this on a shoe string budget to get it up and running under its own power and you are suggesting getting out and paying 1/10th of our cash resetrves on advertising a product that is in its infancy.

Now if they had 4 production plants and the cash on hand to make it possible to produce 24/7 at each of these plants like a Coke or Pepsi based product can........well that would be great but you are comparing apples to apples here.

Youre expecting an company the size of an acorn to have the strength of a 20 year old success, and it cant and wont happen unless we were to get outside investors who could and would care less of the long term investors who have been waiting for years in many cases for this to transpire into a prosperous company.

Patience is a SOB when folks have waited years already but this is finally moving forward under its own power so give it a chance. Corr said last summer in a interview that it woudl take 12-18 months for this to begin to get going. I for one am willing to wait it out 6 more months like he told us.

GO RSHN!!!$$$!!

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Well, I applaud your enthusiasm, Crispy and you are certainly entitled to your opinion. However, if they diluted to raise 2 million dollars (I'm not sure if that is true- certainly they have diluted, but to what extent they did, I am unsure- it is a pink sheet after all), then it most certainly is NOT a shoestring budget. They may be leveraged to the hilt, but 2 million dollars is a lot of money to a fledgling beverage company.

I'm not asking for immediate success; what I'm asking for is transparent evidence of progress and a definitive business plan. That is what attracts shareholders and that is what encourages existing shareholders. If I didn't already own shares of RSHN now, I would certainly not be buying any of it.

Look at Snapple and Hansen's history- very similar beginnings, but clear evidence if a vision from the on-set.
http://www.answers.com/topic/snapple-beverage-corporation?cat=biz-fin

http://www.hansens.com/about_hansens/mission_statement.php

Not trying to be a negative Nelly, just calling it as I see it.

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RushNet Makes Offer for East Coast Bottled Water PlantLast update: 6/25/2007 9:15:16 AMBLUE ISLAND, Ill., Jun 25, 2007 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- RushNet, Inc. (Pink Sheets: RSHN) announced today that it has agreed to form a joint venture to purchase a bottled water plant in Northern Georgia. What makes this plant unique is that it lies directly over the largest deep-water aquifer in the Eastern part of the United States, called the Crystalline Aquifer. The plant will manufacture RushNet's e-water(R) brand for the Eastern United States and the Midwest. The Georgia plant has been operating for over 5 years at this location and its direct access to the unlimited supply from this Aquifer allows for continual expansion at the same site. The water is accessed by a single shaft drilled directly into the Aquifer at over 650 feet deep. The plant can presently access over 300 gallons per minute directly into the bottling plant from the current flow. The quality of the water has been tested by the RushNet technical support team and those results have confirmed that the water is perfect for its e-water(R) brand. With 90 ppm of total dissolved solids (trace minerals) and a great smooth taste, this Artesian water is ideal for use with the e-water(R) formula of 70+ electrolytes and natural fulvic acid. RushNet will participate in the management and marketing of the plant's products besides its e-water(R) brand, as well as pledge restricted securities during the buy out period for its position in the purchase. Capital expenditures needed for the purchase of additional equipment such as blending tanks and filtration systems will be financed with capital raised from private investment partners. Robert Corr, President of RushNet, stated, "The growth of e-water(R) over the last year and a half has created the need to produce it in the Eastern U.S. This opportunity will significantly lower our cost of goods to distributors in this territory, thereby increasing the money available for promotion of the brand and further accelerating its growth. We as a company were very fortunate to find this source of water for our brand. Our preliminary tests on e-water's(R) effect on the body have been unique among all bottled waters, and we have undertaken scientific studies to confirm these results. Once these results are available they will be published on our website. As the one representing the interests of our whole stockholder base, I felt it was imperative that we secure an Eastern water source for e-water(R) that meets our criteria, and we've found it." In other e-water(R) news RushNet, Inc. is proud to announce it has been granted a Trademark Registration in Japan for the name e-water(R), another important step to bringing the product to market there. Disclaimer: The Company relies upon the Safe Harbor Laws of 1933, 1934 and 1995 for all public news releases. Statements, which are not historical facts, are forward-looking statements. The company, through its management, makes forward-looking public statements concerning its expected future operations, performance and other developments. Such forward-looking statements are necessarily estimates reflecting the company's best judgment based upon current information and involve a number of risks and uncertainties, and there can be no assurance that other factors will not affect the accuracy of such forward-looking statements. It is impossible to identify all such factors. Factors which could cause actual results to differ materially from those estimated by the company include, but are not limited to, government regulation; managing and maintaining growth; the effect of adverse publicity; litigation; competition; and other factors which may be identified from time to time in the company's public announcements. SOURCE: RushNet, Inc.
RushNet, Inc.Robert Corr, 708-389-6625Website: Copyright Business Wire 2007

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Bilgert, Id like to tell you what I saw when I first met Corr and Alex 3 months ago... I saw 2 men who were working their butts off trying to get business done and make a name for this company.

The wife and I watched for over an hour at one show before I ever introduced myself and what we witnessed were 2 guys and a lady running back and forth consistantly refilling displays and sample beverages without a break. It was not a show being put on for us to witness nor did they even know what I looked like at that point in time.

When I did come forward and told them who I was they welcomed me and shared various things I hadnt heard of before that were in the making.

Since that day many of those things have come to fruition and happened just the way they told the wife and myself. Also since then I have been back various times to see how other aspects of this business are handled and the input from the business sector since I had already witnessed the consumer side of things the first time I met them.

Now if they just hold true to what they have displayed to me in the short time I have known them, then you, I, and everyone else here can finally relax because things are going to be coming that will make us all happy.

This company IS finally moving forward. I know in the past they have stagnated and stood motionless as far as business goes, or so it seemed from an investors standpoint. But while we all thought they were doing nothing and sitting on their asses, they were in fact developing new beverages (AR) along with all the flavors, cans, working on getting Garden, and lining up botteling plants to produce and package our drinks. Now we HAVE all the pieces in place and the puzzle is coming together.

Sure there are many who probably think Im FOS and that is your perrogative to do so. I tell you though as truthfully as I can that there is good reason to give these guys another chance and they will show you that your time spent was not wasted. I truely believe this and hope you will think it over! Give Corr the remaining 6 months to prove what he said will happen can and will.

You said you wanted a plan, well he isnt able to tell the story before its written correct? So why give him the time (remaining 6 months) to let him write it. The previous 12 months are done........now let him have the next 6 months to finish the story and we can judge him then.

Ive only been in this 18 months and I am by far more deeply invested (long) into this than any other pinky Ive played. Maybe its that reason I am being this way or it could be I am right in my judgement of what I saw in the work ethic displayed before me, each and every time I have witnessed these men and women at work trying to make this company grow. Also remember EVERY one of the employees at RSHN have their OWN money in this company the same as you and I do. They are ALL investors (long) the same way we are and want the same results!

These are my opinions as well as the facts as I have witnessed in the past 3 months.

GO RSHN!!!$$$!!!

Chris

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Another piece complete. Im telling you the truth!

GO RSHN!!!$$$!!!

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Get er don BOB!lol

In other e-water(R) news RushNet, Inc. is proud to announce it has been granted a Trademark Registration in Japan for the name e-water(R), another important step to bringing the product to market there.

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another supposed purchase of a manufacturing facility. what about greys and garden, what happened to them, are they rolling out millions of bottles.

And to respond to clingon....I have called grocery stores and convenience stores, going as far as asking them to special order. They can't even find the skus in their list of items to order. These are major chains and small stores alike. Not saying it is false, but I wouldn't go talking about distribution in Canada unless it was something a regular joe could find.

This is just another fluff PR. Six months from now after nothing has happened they will release a great PR that these restricted shares are going to be retired hoping to ingnite a run...maybe then they can PR a share buyback from the company....and dump a few of their personal shares to line their pockets some more.

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Garden is a dist plant. They load trucks with product and drive around Chicago delivering it to this store and that.

Greys was a 100yr old POS that needed $1 mil plus in renovation to bring it up to spec for botteling Organic beverages. The bottling plant has to be certified as well as the products.

Greys does however STILL produce our Ginseng drinks and Cola.

You COULD find out these things with a phone call.

GO RSHN!!!$$$!!!

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It's still just an LOI, but at least they seem to have a plan. Let's see if they can implement the plan.
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"Greys was a 100yr old POS"

sounds like Corr [Smile]

I kid I kid.

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As I said Cougar, call the company and ASK! Don't *****, go find out. If it is false, let me know. I DO know what you are talking about, as I also had that experience at first. Slowly though it changed. This may be the case in Canada for now.

Bilgert.... They did indeed dilute. As all of us will testify to. However it was a gamble on their part in order to get AR up and running. Our gamble was to hold through it and see. (Some even bought a LOT more shares) Time will tell as Chrispy said.

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This is brutal! We get two consecutive PR's and the PPS goes down... What the crap???

This sounds like their just trying to buy a normal water well. Doesn't any farm over that Crystalline Aquifer have access to that water? It sounds like we are literally getting the shaft! Come on Corr, stop trying to buy water wells and spend some of our hard earned money on freaking advertisement. Buying a well shaft isn't going to help the PPS.

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I was just going to say that... 2 PRs, and we're down in red, I don't understand. Anyone?
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Is e-water owned by RSHN, Inc?
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Following are a couple of posibilities. I don't know anything about either, just that they are small northern Georgia bottlers with a single well in the crystalline rock aquifer. Amicalola claims 85 ppm of total dissolved solids, so that is very close to the 90 that Corr claims and has a shaft very close to the 650 feet claimed. Could be anything though, perhaps even an old barn on a farm somewhere.

http://www.amicalolabottledwater.com/

http://www.georgiapure.com/

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sigh......

They need more water and closer to the bigger market of the east coast. It is better to find a good well and existing bottler on the east coast than to truck it from the west coast.

I guess I just don't get why this is BAD news. The Amicalola thingy looks very reasonable as guess.

Now comes the 40K calls the them I guess lol

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I wrestled with reality for years, Doctor, and I'm happy to state, I finally won out over it.

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SELL IT BOB!!!! SINNER!!

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LIFE IS 10% HOW YOU MAKE IT AND 90% HOW YOU TAKE IT!

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