Helix Wind (HLXW) adds new member to board of directors

Posted on: Wednesday, June 17th, 2009
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Helix Wind, Corp. (OTCBB: HLXW) announced today that the company had appointed Mr. Gene Hoffman to its Board of Directors, effective immediately. Share prices for the producer of clean and renewable wind energy have been climbing steadily for the past month, rapidly approaching $3.00 a share.

Hoffman has a long and impressive list of accomplishments prior to joining the Board. In 2003 he founded Vindicia, to address the need for on-demand subscription management solutions for online merchants, for which he still acts as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Prior to 2003, Hoffman has been honored with the cover of Forbes Magazine as well as being named one of the 100 most influential entrepreneurs in technology in Upside Magazine’s November 2000 Elite 100. Furthermore, Hoffman holds a patent for his work with HTTP stream interception technology, and he has been a vocal and visable advocate for the distribution of music on the Internet.

Commenting on the addition of Hoffman to the Board, Scott Weinbrandt, Chairman and President of Helix Wind said, “One of our objectives is to build a strong management team and board of directors. The addition of Mr. Hoffman is a great step forward in this regard. We are extremely fortunate to have a person of his caliber on our team, as the knowledge and experience he brings will be of immense value to Helix Wind. We welcome and look forward to working with him as we execute on our business plan.”

Helix Wind, Corp focuses on renewable and clean energy, manufacturing and distributing small wind turbines designed to generate renewable electricity.

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