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Congrats to those who took the advice to invest in ZROS on June 27 when it was trading at .02. It closed at .09 on July 18 for a gain of 350%! We have one now (FRTE) which has very similar potential.

NASDAQ OTC BB: FRTE
GOOD news anticipated!

Based upon our vast experience in this business, FRTE right now is a huge bargain! This is an EXCELLENT Ground Floor opportunity! In fact we are hearing very strong rumors that FRTE might well be issuing more than one announcement of very good news, spanning the next several trading days. We expect the first installment of that news soon. If so, we will report that news. We do not know what it is, but we are hearing very strong rumours that it could be very good. As such, we strongly recommend you give serious consideration to investing in FRTE soon before the masses do.

FRTE is in the business of Property Damage Restoration. And WHAT a business!

Over the past 12 years, insurers paid out more than $100 billion in catastrophe-related losses---about $700 million per month---many times more than in previous decades..

When one thinks of disaster and the accompanying destruction, the mind goes immediately to such things as tornadoes and hurricanes, so called natural disasters. If you think a bit more, you then add in winter snow and cold, forest fires and other natural disasters.

The cost of reconstruction after a natural disaster is very difficult to totally assess. The best estimates come from FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency. So far in the calendar year 2003 there have been 29 Major Disaster Declarations.

There have been $11.6 BILLION Dollars in flood claims alone since 1978.

The recent increase in homeowners insurance rates has been attributed, in part, to the frequency and severity of catastrophes, which began to increase dramatically during the 1990s. Over the past 12 years, insurers paid out more than $100 billion in catastrophe-related losses. Catastrophes include well-known events such as Hurricane Andrew and the Northridge earthquake, but also hundreds of smaller disasters associated with tropical storms, tornadoes, wildfires, hail, ice and snow. There are also homeowners' personal disasters. Each year insurance companies pay billions of dollars in claims due to damage caused by everyday occurrences such as kitchen fires, washing machine hose breaks, chimney fires, wind and smoke damage.


Fortis Enterprises, Inc. is a publicly traded company and trades on the Over The Counter Bulletin Boards (OTC BB) under the symbol FRTE. The Company is presently a development stage company that intends to capitalize upon the niche market opportunities within the commercial and residential restoration service markets.

FRTE believes that the Company can achieve both profitability and overall revenue growth by rolling up smaller individually owned restoration companies under the umbrella of Fortis Enterprises as the parent company. The Company intends to achieve growth through mergers and acquisitions of small to mid-sized cleaning and restoration services companies throughout the United States.

Fortis Enterprises intends to focus on growth through acquisition. Company management believes that there can be "Economies of Scale" achieved by consolidating the "single owner" restoration companies into Fortis Enterprises, Inc. Fortis believes that it can reduce combined overall overhead among the companies acquired by eliminating many duplicated everyday business headaches for the small business owners such as accounting services, marketing and advertising costs, office staff and equipment, etc. Fortis also believes that consolidating and focusing efforts on a combined marketing campaign will assist the various companies merged into Fortis Enterprises, Inc. to achieve overall revenue growth. Additionally, a large National Company can work better with specific guidelines, proprietary software to aid in filing a complete claim, and most of all: credibility.

FRTE web site: http://www.fortisenterprises.com


Short term price expectation: $1.50. Long term: $3.10

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