JD American Workwear (OTC Bulletin Board: JDAW), a fully reporting company, announced today the advancement and expansion of its services. The company restructured as a newly formed acquisition and holding company and has developed four specialized divisions, each with its own infrastructure of management. A company name-change and new trading symbol is expected in the immediate future. The respective divisions of consumer products, manufacturing and fabrication, and construction management are already comprised, as the company's wholly owned subsidiaries. The company is in the final stages of negotiations to acquire a high technology company to complete its fourth division.

About The Consumer Products Division

The company has taken a new focus on the distribution of its patented line of protective workwear. The decision was made after extensive research and review of collected data on market acceptance of the company's products. The company plans to expand distribution through the Internet and by Licensing the rights to manufacture and distribute its products to major companies like Cintas and UniFirst, who are leading experts in uniform rental and sales.

The company also plans to streamline operations by distributing its products directly from the sewing contractors in order to fulfill the demand of sales created from Internet, catalog, retail stores, and specialty programs.

"This is a great opportunity to receive the benefits from research and expanded knowledge of our products," stated Mr DeBaene, president and CEO. "I am optimistic and determined for a bright future of our consumer products division. Utilizing the Internet, the company will receive a higher percentage of retail revenue bringing increased profit margins for our products versus wholesale. By licensing our patents, the company will realize significant royalties from our products without the high overhead costs associated with handling and distribution," Mr DeBaene continued. The company also plans to introduce new patented products during fiscal year 2000. Revenues from sales with increased profit margins are expected to begin as early as September 1, 2000.

About The Manufacturing And Fabrication Division:

On June 12th, 2000 the company completed the acquisition of 100% of Patina Corporation, which includes assets of its subsidiary International Machine and Welding, Inc. The new wholly owned subsidiary expects revenue generation of 3 million and 500,000 net operating profits for the first complete fiscal year. The welcomed addition establishes additional assets fulfilling the requirements for the company's future application for Nasdaq small-cap listing. The total value of the assets received are $6.5 million which includes heavy equipment, receivables, a 28,000 square foot machine shop and 38 acres of commercially zoned land in Bartow, Florida. The operation also includes a heavy equipment and parts sales operation. Key management personnel responsible for sales and operations will be retained and possess over 30 years of experience and success with repeated sales in excess of the company projections.

The reworked acquisition was funded through 11,300 shares of a newly created 6% Series C Convertible Preferred Stock with a stated value of $1,000 per share and conversion rights into common stock at $1.00 per share when available. Additionally, the Preferred Shares pay a dividend of 6% per annum payable in cash or in kind semi annually. These shares have voting rights equal to 3,562,500 shares.

About The Construction Management Division

The company completed the acquisition of Rhode Island Truck and Equipment Corporation on June 10, 2000. The Stock Purchase Agreement requires JD American Workwear, Inc to pay one share of restricted common stock for each dollar of appraised value of the assets.

Rhode Island Truck and Equipment Corporation provides sales of commercial trucks and construction related equipment and tools. Additionally they provide hauling, paving and commercial and demolition recycling. With an additional bonding line substantial growth for its operations are expected. Total annual revenues are expected to be $1,000,000 from the construction services sector and $200,000 in construction equipment. Net pre tax profit is expected to be in the 10% to 20% range.

Founded in 1995, the operations reached sales in excess of $500,000 with limited or no funding with profits of between 5% and 25% through their operating history.

The Construction Division currently awaits the signing of a 3 million-dollar contract to repair and rehabilitate a structure for the New York State Department of Transportation. Two previously awarded contracts, which were announced on April 5th, await funding for mobilization money before the company can begin these projects. On June 23, 2000 the company received a memorandum of understanding from O Ahlborg & Sons Inc, a Rhode Island based construction company. O Ahlborg & Sons Inc has specialized in commercial and general contracting for the past 75 years throughout southeastern New England. The opportunity for the new Construction Management Division of JD American Workwear, Inc to submit proposals in the areas of site work and utility subcontracting, could exceed approximately five to ten million dollars in total annual volume. Any such award will be subject to fulfilling the requirements in the areas of pre-qualification guidelines, competitive pricing, available bonding and mutually acceptable contract terms.

About The High Technology Division

JD American Workwear has recognized the opportunity for growth through innovation and procurement of high technology. The company signed an option agreement with International Commerce and Finance, Inc (ICF) on June 1, 2000. ICF currently possesses the management contract and an option to purchase a going concern with a one stop solution to banking industries needs and desire to integrate their branch banking system with personal computer networks. The Solutions Company has been successful in maintaining an average of $5 million in sales for the last several years. The Solutions Company anticipates growth from newly signed contracts to produce up to an additional $3 million in revenue this fiscal year with profit margins of 10% or greater. Additional contracts are in the final negotiation stage.

About JD American Workwear, Inc

JD American Workwear, Inc is an international designer and manufacturer of patented safety workwear distributed in both the United States and Canada through JCPenney and Payless Cashways. Additionally, JD American Workwear, Inc products are distributed by Cintas and UniFirst, leading uniform supply service companies.

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