ZIMMERMAN, MN — (MARKET WIRE) — 08/25/2005 — Kingsley Coach, Inc. (OTC BB: KNGS) announced today that it will be exhibiting for auction several of its luxury coaches at the Auburn 2005 Classic Car Auction & Show, the “World’s Largest Collector Car Auction and Show.” For 35 years, buyers, sellers, and enthusiasts from around the globe have congregated in Auburn, Indiana, to celebrate automotive heritage on Labor Day weekend. Each year, the Auburn auction promotes car collecting, provides entertainment, and sells more collector cars than any other auction in the world. This year’s auction will take place from August 31st through September 6th. Additional information can be found at www.kruse.com/auctions/aubfall05/index.asp.
CEO John Merkent commented, “We are extremely excited to be a first-time participant at the Auburn auction. We will be displaying three high-end coaches for auction, including one of our most popular, garage unit coaches.” Merkent continued, “This is also the very first auction in which Kingsley will be a participant. Auburn provides a fantastic venue for us to take part as it is well attended by serious buyers and enthusiasts. It is wonderful to be on display at two events simultaneously that are attended by so many people.”
About Kingsley Coach: Kingsley manufactures custom, luxury coaches and special use coaches. Kingsley’s product line includes medical, communications, entertainment, and various specialty and business-use coaches. A Kingsley Coach is mounted on a class 7 or 8 heavy duty chassis powered by top-names such as Peterbilt, Kenworth, Volvo, and Freightliner. It has an automatic transmission, a heavily reinforced body, and ultimate quality. A Kingsley offers its owner great comfort, safety, and high performance. RV owners refer to the Kingsley Coach as “The Most Extraordinary Home on the Road.” Additional information is available at http://www.kingsleycoach.com.
Forward-Looking Statements: Certain information contained in this news release may include forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Act of 1934. While these statements are made to convey the Company’s progress, business opportunities and growth prospects, readers are cautioned that such forward-looking statements represent managements’ opinion. Actual Company results may differ materially from those described. The Company’s operations and business prospects are always subject to risk and uncertainties.
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