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9/05/2005

 
H3 + Juvenile = ``Storm-Aid'' Hip Hop Style; New Orleans' Platinum Rapper Teams With H3 to Bring Immediate Relief to the Bayou

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 2, 2005--H3Enterprises, Inc. (Pink Sheets:HTRE) New Orleans Hip Hop legend Juvenile, H3Enterprises and the UTP Family are putting together a series of benefit concerts in cities across America including New York, Cleveland, Atlanta, Fayetteville, Los Angeles and Miami to assist the victims of Hurricane Katrina. The organizers are seeking assistance from artists, promoters, agents, arena owners, and multi-media outlets to minimize costs and get as much money directly to the community as quickly as possible. A mega multi-media Hip Hop event is already being planned as well.

In one of the more timely Business Agreements ever signed Juvenile has signed a Personal Services Agreement with H3Enterprises, Inc. (OTC:"HTRE") that includes an opportunity for Juvenile to open 30 HipHopSodaShops in the state of Louisiana over the next three years under an Area Development Agreement. The deal was negotiated just before catastrophe struck Juvenile's home turf, but now gives H3 the opportunity to join forces with "Juve" and his star-studded legion of rappers to help bring immediate relief and redevelopment programs to the disaster torn area.

"The people down there need a miraculous amount of assistance right now," said Brian "H3" Peters, founder and President of H3Enterprises. "Our plan is to work with Juve to put some serious fund raisers together and make sure the money gets to the people that need it the most. We have to take matters into our own hands for once and not stop till we get the job done."

HTRE is the first publicly traded company dedicated to the Hip Hop culture and lifestyle. H3's breakthrough HipHopSodaShops is a "community conscious" franchise enterprise that offers affordable delicious healthy dining to the entire Hip-Hop community. H3 has always been committed to spreading the "love" to the community and typically to the people left behind. HTRE has already established its own job creation and scholarship programs, as well as making significant contributions to several worthy charities, including Jim Brown's Amer-I-can. H3's goal is to build 30 HipHopSodaShops franchised through Juvenile and the UTP family in Louisiana territory that will help contribute to the rebuilding and redevelopment efforts that will be taking place over the next several years.

Juvenile issued the following statement: "I am obviously devastated by my personal loss but thank God that I was able to get my family out to safety while many families were not so fortunate. I have lost some friends and to their families I send my deepest condolences. It is difficult to describe the feeling of losing friends, not being able to reach others and having all of your personal items destroyed, but I am still one of the fortunate ones to have TeamH3 and my music industry family supporting me. Thousands of people have nobody to reach out to for support. Please keep our city, its people and our families in your prayers and please donate to the Red Cross. Our city of New Orleans and several other surrounding cities are experiencing total devastation. People have lost their homes, loved ones and all of their belongings; many of our folks in New Orleans don't have much to begin with and have now lost everything."

This press release may contain forward-looking information within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 or Section 21E of the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 and is subject to the safe harbor created by these sections. Certain information included herein may contain statements that are forward-looking, such as statements relating to plans for future expansion and other business development activities. Such forward-looking information is subject to changes and variations which are not reasonably predictable and which could significantly affect future results

For more information about participating or to learn more about H3Enterprises you can contact Shana Mac at mac.melius@gmail.com or 917-734-9896.

Contacts
For H3Enterprises, Inc., New York
Mac-Melius Agency, Inc.
Shana Mac, 917-734-9896




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