Cetoni GmbH, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Advanced Technology Industries, Inc. (OTCBB:AVDI), has entered into an agreement with Falcon Group Ltd. for the exclusive marketing rights to its patented resealable beverage can. The agreement covers Western Europe and primarily targets the brewery industry. Falcon Group will be required to conduct sales throughout Western Europe through its contracts to beverage producers and retailers, develop the marketing campaign including logo, name, contents and media recommendation and provide organizational support for the production of the resealable beverage can. The agreement contains several sales targets, the first of which calls for a signing of a supply agreement with a leading Western European brewery for the supply of a minimum of 200 million resealable beverage cans per year within nine months of the signing of the agreement between Cetoni and the Falcon Group. Additionally, the contract stipulates that a minimum of DM5,000,000 in marketing and sales activities must be contributed by the initial brewery customer.

The Falcon Group is managed by experienced professionals who have extensive experience as senior executives with major breweries located in Germany.

ATI is a diversified technology holding company focused on the acquisition and commercialization of new or previously existing but non-commercialized technologies particularly those developed by scientists and engineers in Russia, Israel, Germany and the United States.

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