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<p class=MsoNormal><b>The Race is On! Who Will Dominate the Golden 
Mile of the <br>
Communications Industry?</b> <br>
Last mile fiber optic cable plant design and installation company,
<br>Lite King Corporation (OTCBB: LKNG), announced <br>
aggressive expansion plans to acquire other communications <br>
installation businesses to fulfill its Fortune 500 customer needs. 
Lite King's expansion announcement may be only the beginning <br>
of the cable installation industry's consolidation. Being publicly 
held and working with Fortune 500 companies could put Lite King <br>
out in front in that race.<span style="mso-spacerun: yes">  </span>Is 
public company going to be the <br>
one?<span style="mso-spacerun: yes">  </span>If so, its shareholders 
may prove
to be the real winners. <br>
Read on, or go to <A 
Finance - LKNG.OB</A> to view a detailed <br>
quote and recent announcements. <br>
<b>Standard & Poor's Analysts Seem to Agree </b><br>
It's been all over the news in recent months that the nation's <br>
backbone construction of communications lines are coming to <br>
an end. But the installation of local lines, especially the wiring of 
buildings for fiber optic cable is a growth market fueled by the <br>
demands of home and office high-speed communications. <br>
According to Standard & Poor's Industry Survey, Computers: <br>
Networking, there were only 13 companies within that Industry <br>
Group who provided some cable installation services. Interestingly, 
none of those 13 companies listed in that S&P Survey solely offered 
cable plant design and installation services. They sold equipment <br>
and had installation as a portion of their work. <br>
Lite King Corporation, OTCBB: LKNG, may be one of the first <br>
publicly held companies whose core business is in the fastest <br>
growing segment of the communications industry, last-mile <br>
cable plant design and installation. A market, analysts are <br>
predicting, will grow 30% or more a year over the next five years. 
Will Lite King be first? Will its shareholders benefit if the market 
really is fragmented? The industry seems to agree. Read on, or <br>
go to <A 
Finance -
LKNG.OB</A> to view a detailed quote and <br>recent announcements. 
<b>Industry Highly Fragmented With No Dominant National Player</b><br>
According to an article in Cabling Installation and Maintenance <br>
Magazine, "Where there was once a multitude of smaller, <br>
entrepreneurial companies all competing on the same playing <br>
field, there is now a methodical movement to consolidate the <br>
industry." <br>
That article went on to state, "Consolidation is relatively straight 
forward to predict in most industries. Two key characteristics <br>
of today's cabling-installation market have suggested imminent <br>
change. Those characteristics are the markets highly fragmented <br>
structure and the fact that currently there is no dominant national 
player. "<span style="mso-spacerun: yes">  </span><A 
HREF="">Yahoo! Finance - 
<b>Contractors Association Supports Fragmented Market Claims </b><br>
According to the National Electrical Contractors Association, <br>
there are 70,000 contracting firms with over 650,000 employees <br>
in the United States that install communications and electrical <br>
power systems for business and industry. That represents $65 <br>
billion in sales in 1999 alone. <br>
Lite King Corporation's move to consolidate the cable installation 
industry by expanding nationally may prove to support analysts <br>
and the cable industry's claim that there is no dominant national <br>
player. If Lite King wins that race its shareholders are the one's 
who could see the "golden mile". With Lite King's customer <br>
base comprised of mostly Fortune 500 companies, its easy to <br>
see why their claims may be true. Go to Yahoo Finance to <br>
view detailed quote and recent news announcements by the <br>
Company. <A 
- LKNG.OB</A><br>
<span style="mso-spacerun: yes"> </span><br>
<B>Forward Looking Statement</B><br>
Certain statements contained herein are "forward-looking <br>
statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities <br>
Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such statements involve <br>
numerous risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited <br>
to, risks and uncertainties pertaining to the development of <br>
Lite King Corporation's services and markets for such services, <br>
the timing and level of customer orders, competitive services, <br>
changes in economic conditions and other risks and uncertainties. <br>
Although Lite King Corporation believes the statements are <br>
reasonable, it can give no assurance that such expectations will <br>
prove correct. Lite King Corporation cautions that any forward-<br>
looking statements contained herein are not a guarantee of <br>
future performance and that actual results may differ materially.</p>
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