Penny Stock News: Lumea Staffing Increases Credit Line to Fund Growth

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., May 4, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Green Planet Group, Inc (OTCBB:GNPG) announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Lumea Staffing has negotiated an increase in its Accounts Receivable Credit Line to $5 million. Porter Capital located in Birmingham, Alabama has provided Lumea with its credit facility for over two years and with this increase, Porter continues to support Lumea’s efforts to grow from a regional company into a national company.

“We are pleased to increase our credit line and therefore help Lumea to meet its growth, revenue and profit projections,” stated Ron Williamson, Sr Vice President of Porter Capital. “We are prepared to continue this financial support for the foreseeable future.”

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