StockPromoters.com Announces Its Latest Results, Highlighting the Best Deals for Tuesday, February 27, 2007
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Miami, Florida | February 27, 2007

February 27, 2007 -- StockPromoters.com has ranked all recent promotional campaigns by performance and has compiled the following list of winners by stock and promoter.

Turbine Truck Engines, Inc. (OTCBB: TTEG) showed an increase from its average 3-month trading volume of about 22,000 shares to over 238,696 with a subsequent intraday rise in stock price of about 3 percent. Wall Street Grapevine has reportedly been compensated five thousand free trading shares for this campaign.

Sao Luis Mining, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SAOL) jumped from an average volume over the past three months of 191,742 to over 1,884,000 shares traded. The stock price also showed a sizable increase of about 5 percent in intraday trading though down at the close. Wall Street Savant, LLC reportedly received two hundred thousand restricted shares for their effort.

Stronghold Industries, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SGDS) traded higher by about 7% from its previous close on over 1,025,000 shares. Average volume over the past 3 months was only 130,912. The stock was mentioned by PennyStockSolutions.com in pre-market trading. PennyStockSolutions.com was reportedly compensated twenty thousand dollars for their participation.

General Metals Corporation (OTCBB: GNLM) got about a 500 percent jolt to its average trading volume, which averaged about 228,735 over the past 3 months, but jumped to about 1,302,000 with the help of Lebed.biz. The stock price also showed an increase of about 4 percent intraday though down at the close. Lebed.biz was reportedly compensated three hundred sixty thousand free-trading shares for their effort.

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