| SportsQuest, Inc. and PEOPLE VS. THE PROS Execute Partnership Agreement|
Orlando, FL ? October 25, 2007: SportsQuest, Inc., (OTCBB: SPQS) announced today a three-year partnership with Innovative Media Solutions, LLC, beginning with the 2007 SportsQuest Cabo Challenge Cup, a Pro-Am event played within the ?People vs. The Pros? golf event in Los Cabos, Mexico. The People vs. The Pros event will be broadcast on ESPN2, December 23, 2007 from 12 noon to 2pm eastern time. Members of the U.S. Pro Golf Tour, as well as other professionals, are invited to take part in the Team Cabo Challenge Cup Championship.
Welcome to my commentary corner, where from time to time I will address common concerns and issues affecting Greens Worldwide Incorporated and its shareholders.
I will also address media coverage of our Company and its subsidiaries, including the US Pro Golf Tour. Recently, we announced the re-launch of the USPGT in 2008. Although I welcome as much coverage of our product as possible, I will be watching for any articles written by the press in the coming weeks and months which I believe to be biased and slanted against us and which contain misinformation and inaccuracies. During the course of the history of the USPGT, it and therefore Greens, has suffered from such press and I believe the shareholders of Greens as a result have also suffered. I will not allow such inaccurate media reporting to go unchallenged and it is in this corner where I will express a counterpoint view if in fact it becomes necessary for me to do so.
It is not that we demand anything from the media other than the truth. When the media take it upon themselves to write articles which are clearly biased against us in their content and contain omissions of the true facts, it is a disservice to the reading public as well as the public shareholders of Greens, not to mention a disservice to the journalistic profession.
There are many journalists who perform their jobs in exemplary fashion. However there are a few who use the public forum to espouse views and editorial which is disguised as news. The unsuspecting public often believes everything they read. Journalists and the publications that employ them should be held to a higher standard than mere hearsay, disguised opinion, or innuendo. It is to this end that we will endeavor to provide anyone who wants to know, our counterpoint to what we regard as irresponsible reporting and an abuse of the public forum by certain journalists.
Any counterpoint opinions and statements you find in this commentary corner in the future will be my own opinions.
R. Thomas Kidd