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CPC of America, Inc. to Explore Strategic Alternatives; Appoints FTI Capital Advisors to Assess Potential Opportunities
Date:9/29/2008

SARASOTA, Fla., Sept. 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- CPC of America, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CPCF.OB) today announced that it had retained FTI Capital Advisors, LLC, the investment banking subsidiary of FTI Consulting, Inc., to explore strategic alternatives for the Company.

As CPC of America's financial advisor, FTI Capital Advisors will report to the Board any expressions of interest from third parties seeking to pursue a possible licensing agreement or acquisition of the Company or its technology. CPC of America has authorized FTI Capital Advisors to contact parties and to report back so that the Board can evaluate any expressions of interest and determine whether a transaction would be in the best interests of shareholders. There can be no assurance that this process will result in any expressions of interest or a transaction, and the Company does not currently intend to publicly disclose further information regarding the status of its review until the process has been completed.

CPC of America also announced today that it has appointed FTI's Strategic Communications practice, FD, to provide public and investor relations counsel to the Company. One of the world's most sought-after business and financial communications consultancies, FD helps many of the world's leading organizations harness the power of communications to capitalize upon business opportunities. FD's Life Sciences group advises pharmaceutical and medical device entities ranging from global leaders to emerging, development-stage companies.

CPC of America's Chairman and CEO Rod A. Shipman notes, "CPC expects to benefit greatly from the counsel and support of FTI's consulting services in seeking to explore strategic alternatives and raise the visibility of our technology. We look forward to working with our advisors to examine and implement ways to maximize shareholder value."

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