Robby Gordon Motorsports Announces Partnership With Perfect Empowered Drinking Water

HUNTERSVILLE, NC – Robby Gordon Motorsports (RGM) has announced a business partnership with Electric Aquagenics Unlimited, Inc. As part of the relationship, EAU, producer of Perfect Empowered Drinking Water(TM) (Perfect water), will become the exclusive provider of bottled water for the Robby Gordon Motorsports team throughout the 2005 NASCAR Nextel Cup Season.

“With summer here, and knowing how hot it can get at the track, all of our guys lose a lot of fluids, and having Perfect water as a partner, especially with its unique oxygenating properties, we know we’ll be well hydrated even on the hottest days,” said Robby Gordon.

Because of the healthy infusion of Aquagen(R), EAU’s proprietary formula that molecularly binds oxygen with sodium molecules and suspends it in distilled water, and Perfect water’s unique process, EAU believes that Perfect water has the ability to hydrate more thoroughly and oxygenate the body like no other water available.

Perfect water is currently selling at Harmon’s grocery stores, the largest, fully independent grocery chain in the Rocky Mountain Area, and will soon be available for purchase at other premier health and grocery stores throughout the United States. In the meantime, Perfect water is available for purchase online by visiting http://www.drinkperfectwater.com/gp_onlineorders.htm.

“We expect to earn significant market share in the $8.3 billion dollar bottled drinking water market with Perfect Empowered Drinking Water(TM),” said Gaylord Karren, CEO of EAU. “EAU expects great things for Perfect water.” In addition to drinking Perfect water, RGM will carry Perfect water logos on its coolers and team transporter, and include Perfect water as a team partner on its website.

For more information or to order Perfect water, visit http://www.drinkperfectwater.com or contact Rebecca Linden, PR Director of Electric Aquagenics Unlimited 1-646-274-1413 rlinden@eau-x.com

About Robby Gordon Motorsports:
Based in Huntersville, N.C., and owned by Gordon, the team has focused its attention on competing in America’s biggest racing series — the NASCAR Nextel Cup. Competing in numerous seasons of car ownership in various racing series, including CART, the Score International Off-Road Series, the NASCAR Busch Series and several one-off efforts in the famed Indianapolis 500, Gordon has enjoyed success at every level of his storied career as an owner and driver. He prides himself on his meticulous nature, which includes building cars, trucks and other racing machines that are among the best in their respective disciplines.

About EAU:
Electric Aquagenics Unlimited, Inc. (EAU) is a supplier of technologies with numerous applications targeting a wide array of industries. The company’s water-based and completely non-toxic products and services will replace many of the traditional methods and products now being used for cleaning, disinfecting, hydrating and moisturizing. Combining Aquagen(R), our liquid stabilized oxygen supplement, with Empowered Water(TM) electrolysis technology, a host of consumer products are being created. For more information, visit http://www.eau-x.com or contact Joe Stapley, Investor Relations at 866-302-3289.

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