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Date:         Wed, 23 Jan 2002 19:05:05 -1800
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From:         SHCCmarket@EUDORAMAIL.COM
Subject:      Tonight's Investment Special                     XJ
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<html><head><meta http-equiv=Content-Language content=en-us><meta http-equiv=Content-Type content="text/html; charset=windows-1252"><title>Investors</title></head><body><div align=center><center><table border=2 cellpadding=7 cellspacing=0 width=57% height=1 bordercolor=#89BE65 bordercolordark=#000000 bordercolorlight=#000000><caption>&nbsp;</caption><tr><td width=100% height=43 valign=top bgcolor=#006699 bordercolordark=#FFFFFF bordercolorlight=#FFFFFF bordercolor=#FFFFFF><p align=center><b><font face=Verdana size=5 color=#FFFF80>Investment Special </font><font face=Verdana color=#000000 size=3><br> </font><font face=Verdana color=#EFEFEF size=3>Tonight's Feature Company</font></b></td></tr><tr><td width=100% height=372 valign=top align=left><div align=center><center><table border=0 width=44% cellpadding=3 bordercolordark=#000080 bordercolorlight=#000080 bordercolor=#000080 bgcolor=#00004A cellspacing=1><tr><td width=100% align=center bgcolor=#006699><b><font face=Arial size=3 color=#00FB00>ShareCom, Inc.</font></b><font face=Arial size=5 color=#D8D8D8><br> </font><b><font face=Arial size=3 color=#FFFFFF>(OTCBB: SHCC)</font><font face=Arial size=3 color=#D8D8D8><br> </font><font face=Arial size=3 color=#89BE65><br> </font></b><B><b><u><font size=3 face=Arial color=#FFFF80>Current Price: $0.0063</font></u><font face=Arial color=#D8D8D8><i><font size=3><br> </font></i></font></b></B><b><font face=Arial size=3><font color=#D8D8D8><br> </font></font><font face=Arial size=3 color=#FFFFFF>52 Week High:&nbsp;$2.49</font><font face=Arial size=3 color=#D8D8D8><br> </font><font face=Arial color=#00FB00>52 Week Low: $0.0062</font></b></td></tr></table></center></div><br> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<font color=#006699> <b><font face=Verdana size=4 color=#CC0000>Why SHCC?</font> </b></font><ul><li><b><font face=Verdana size=2>SHCC </font></b><font face=Verdana size=2>has established business relationships with FEMA, the American Red Cross, AAA, NOAA, and more.<br> <br> </font></li><li><font face=Verdana size=2><b>SHCC</b> is currently booking revenues of $45,000 per month and projects <u><b>revenues of $13 million</b></u> for 2002</font><font face=Verdana size=2><i>.<br> <br> </i></font></li><li><font face=Verdana size=2><b>On January 17th, SHCC showed its continued growth track </b>through its new partnership with Maxwood Technology to produce <u>breakthrough emergency broadcast products.</u>&nbsp;</font></li></ul><div align=center><table border=2 cellpadding=7 cellspacing=0 width=100% bgcolor=#FF0000 bordercolor=#FFFFFF bordercolorlight=#FFFFFF bordercolordark=#FFFFFF><tr><td width=100% bgcolor=#006699><p align=center><b><font face=Verdana size=4 color=#FFFF80>The Time is <i><u>NOW</u></i> at Sharecom</font></b></td></tr></table></div><blockquote><p><font size=2 face=Verdana><span style="font-size: 10.0pt; mso-fareast-font-family: Times New Roman; mso-ansi-language: EN-US; mso-fareast-language: EN-US; mso-bidi-language: AR-SA">The Federal Emergency Management Agency <b>(FEMA)</b>, the National Weather Service <b>(NWS)</b>, the <b>Red Cross</b> and <b>AAA</b> are a but a few of the agencies and organizations with whom <b>ShareCom Inc.</b> has forged alliances to ensure <b><u>clear competitive advantage for its product lines</u></b>. The past 10 years have seen a dramatic increase in severe weather conditions, and with continued global warming these patterns will become worse. Prompted by FEMA and NWS aggressive programs, <b>demand for the company's NOAA radios will soar.&nbsp;</b> Today 7% of American homes possess an NOAA radio.&nbsp; <b><u>The national goal is 100%.</u></b><br> <br> Sharecom's <b>www.WeatherRadios.com</b> is the site for consumers to purchase the company's superior product at a significant discount. SHCC's revenue flow rate is at <b>$45,000/month and rapidly growing</b>. The Company will realize a profit this year and plans to triple it next.. SHCC's market dominance in this growing &quot;bread and butter&quot;, niche business makes it an <b>interesting acquisition candidate <u>and a compelling investment</u>.</b></span></font></p></blockquote><div align=center><table border=2 cellpadding=7 cellspacing=0 width=101% bordercolor=#FFFFFF bordercolorlight=#FFFFFF bordercolordark=#FFFFFF height=44><tr><td width=100% bgcolor=#006699 height=28><p align=center><b><font face=Verdana size=4 color=#FFFF80>This Just Out: SHCC NEWS</font></b></td></tr></table></div><div align=center><table border=2 cellpadding=7 cellspacing=0 width=83% height=382 bgcolor=#EFEFEF><caption>&nbsp;</caption><tr><td width=100% height=366><h2><font face=Verdana size=4>ShareCom Partners With Maxwood Technology to Produce Breakthrough NOAA Emergency Broadcast Products</font></h2> <h3><font face=Verdana size=2>Innovative NOAA Emergency Radio products Unveiled at CES 2002</font></h3><p><font face=Verdana size=2>PALATINE, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 17, 2002-- <b>ShareCom, a leading marketing and sales organization</b> which specializes in NOAA Weather Radio Products, today announced the formation of a strategic alliance with <b>Maxwood Techics BHD and NIKKO CO., LTD.</b>--to design, develop, manunology LTD., an affiliate and partner of NIKKO Electronfacture, market and sell specialized unique Emergency Weather Radio Products <b>never before seen by the consumer electronics industry!</b></font><p><font face=Verdana size=2>The partnership has developed three specialized products that ShareCom has introduced, including the latest <b>Homeland Security device </b>introduced at the <u>2002 Consumer Electronics Show.</u></font><p><font face=Verdana size=2>In addition to the valued priced WRP-50 Weather Radio, ShareCom has introduced two <b>very special and unique products:</b></font><p><font face=Verdana size=2>The WRP-500 is a New Graphical Interface Emergency Radio that features a PDA style readout that will allow the end user to track weather related broadcasts on a map of the county that the emergency notification from NOAA is broadcast in. This model will also feature a <b>20 memory tracking capability</b> that will store the last 20 alerts including the time of date, date and nature of the alerts so the end user can track a storm/emergency as it develops. This unit also features a <b>20 hour battery back</b> up the will allow the end user complete warning capability in the case that power is lost to the home. With the county codes built into the software, this model is the easiest NOAA Weather Radio on the market to program.</font><p><font face=Verdana size=2>The WRP-900 is a <b>unique computer based homeland security product </b>that will interface with any PC or server network, and will allow people in offices, business and homes to have the most up-to-date weather or national emergency information directly from the federal government. NOAA will be able to broadcast <b>FEMA</b> warnings as well as supply information for &quot;follow on'' details as to where to go to get food, water, medical help or shelter in the area of a national emergency to weather related disaster.</font><p><font face=Verdana size=2><b>&quot;Our ability to develop and produce unique and strategic products is significantly enhanced as a result of this partnership,&quot; </b>says Brad Nordling, President and CEO of ShareCom, Inc. &quot;Maxwood Technology has a tremendous amount of technical abilities that we will rely upon in producing the highest quality products possible.&quot;</font><p><font face=Verdana size=2><b>&quot;We are pleased to be able to work with ShareCom as a strategic partner in developing and manufacturing communications products that will help inform and protect citizens in the United States of America,&quot;</b> Kunihiko Ichioka, President and CEO of Maxwood Technology Ltd.</font><p>&nbsp;</td></tr></table></div><p align=center><b><span style="font-size:10.0pt; font-family:Arial"><i><o:p><font color=#006699></font></i></span><font color=#006699><i><font face=Arial size=3>Stay tuned for more announcements to come</font></i></font></b></p><div align=center><table border=2 cellpadding=7 cellspacing=0 width=100% bgcolor=#CC0000 bordercolordark=#FFFFFF bordercolorlight=#FFFFFF bordercolor=#FFFFFF height=51><tr><td width=100% height=35 bgcolor=#006699><p align=center><b><font face=Verdana size=4 color=#FFFF80>More Reasons to Consider Buying SHCC</font></b></td></tr></table></div><p style=margin-left:.5in><font face=Verdana size=2><b>1.&nbsp;<u>WeatherRadios.com has been awarded a National&nbsp;Partnership with the Federal Emergency Management&nbsp;Agency (FEMA)</u> </b>to increase the use of Weather Radios countrywide through a program called Project Impact. There&nbsp;are 2,600&nbsp;Project Impact communities in the U.S. The FEMA&nbsp;website lists&nbsp;WeatherRadios.com as a national partner&nbsp;<br> providing a banner and&nbsp;link to the WeatherRadios.com site.&nbsp;The FEMA site receives over 100,000 visitors per day.</font></p><p style=margin-left:.5in><font face=Verdana size=2><b>2.&nbsp; <u>The National Oceanic and Aerospace Administration&nbsp;(NOAA)</u></b> has WeatherRadios.com listed first on their web site&nbsp;page that&nbsp;tells people where to purchase a NOAA Weather&nbsp;Radio.</font></p><p style=margin-left:.5in><font face=Verdana size=2><b>3.&nbsp; <u>The National Weather Service (NWS)</u></b> has offered to&nbsp;promote corporate sponsorships to the WeatherRadios.com&nbsp;site through&nbsp; recognition and media support.</font></p><p style=margin-left:.5in><font face=Verdana size=2><b>4.&nbsp; Local American Red Cross chapters will promote NOAA&nbsp;Weather </b>Radios through WeatherRadios.com in exchange for&nbsp;a $5.00 donation per sold radio.</font></p><p style=margin-left:.5in><font face=Verdana size=2><b>5.&nbsp; <u>The Chicago area AAA will feature SHCC's&nbsp; 2WayTalk.com</u> </b>on its website offering exclusive discounts on Weather&nbsp;Radios, and FRS Family Radios. 2WayTalk.com will also be&nbsp;<br> listed in the AAA magazine called &quot;Home and Away&quot;.<br> <br> <b>6.&nbsp; <u>The Federation of Manufactured Home Owners of Florida&nbsp;</u>(FMO)</b> has entered into a one-year agreement that will increase the sale of Weather Radios from the&nbsp;WeatherRadios.com site.&nbsp;Mailings and web site links will offer a group discount to members and also pay a rebate to the&nbsp;organization for every radio sold.<b><span style="mso-fareast-font-family: Times New Roman; mso-ansi-language: EN-US; mso-fareast-language: EN-US; mso-bidi-language: AR-SA"><br> <br> 7.&nbsp; <u>The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association&nbsp;</u>(OOIDA) </span></b><span style="mso-fareast-font-family: Times New Roman; mso-ansi-language: EN-US; mso-fareast-language: EN-US; mso-bidi-language: AR-SA">has begun to promote the discount that is offered&nbsp;<br> through WeatherRadios.com site. Magazine articles, mailings&nbsp;and web site links will offer a group discount to members and&nbsp;also pay a rebate to the organization for every radio sold. This&nbsp;<br> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; agreement will run for one year.</span></font></p><div align=center><table border=2 cellpadding=7 cellspacing=0 width=100% bgcolor=#CC0000 bordercolorlight=#FFFFFF bordercolordark=#FFFFFF bordercolor=#FFFFFF height=45><tr><td width=100% height=29 bgcolor=#006699><p align=center><b><font face=Verdana size=4 color=#FFFF80>Why Weather Radios are Poised for Growth</font></b></td></tr></table></div><blockquote><p><b><font face=Verdana size=2>NOAA Weather Radios</font></b><font face=Verdana size=2> automatically alert people of impending severe weather conditions &quot;24/7&quot;. This is especially critical for families while sleeping. These devices are fast becoming recognized as <b>essential and</b> <b>potentially life saving</b> for use in homes, businesses, and critical care facilities.<br> <b><br> The National Weather Service (NWS)</b> has stated that there has been an increase in severe weather in the last 10 years and this trend is expected to continue. <b>NWS has a published goal for NOAA Weather Radios to be in <u>every home</u> within the next 10 years. </b>Currently, <u>approximately just 7% of homes have this device</u>. This being said, we can expect a<b> tremendous increase in the presence and sale of weather radios</b> over the coming years. The NWS, NOAA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and other government agencies have an aggressive education and funding effort to reach the 100% goal.<o:p></o:p></font></p><p><font face=Verdana size=2><b>New technology</b> called Specific Area Message Encoding (SAME) was introduced in the mid 90s. It allows users to set an alarm only for their specific geographic area. This feature is expected to <b>make this tool commonplace in homes</b> alerting families of weather conditions that pose an immediate danger.<o:p> &nbsp;</font></p></blockquote><p><font face=Verdana size=2>Additionally, <b>2WayTalk.com </b>will continue to focus on Internet users who are outdoor enthusiasts. The market continues to be strong and growing. FRS Family Radios are now becoming a popular family item on vacations, ski trips, camping, and biking events. They are used for a wide variety of purposes, from staying in touch with children playing in the neighborhood, to coordinating soccer tournaments and antique auctions.&nbsp;</font></p><div align=center><table border=2 cellpadding=7 cellspacing=0 width=100% bgcolor=#CC0000 bordercolordark=#FFFFFF bordercolorlight=#FFFFFF bordercolor=#FFFFFF><tr><td width=100% bgcolor=#006699><p align=center><b><font face=Verdana size=4 color=#FFFF80>A Final Word About SHCC</font></b></td></tr></table></div><p><font face=Verdana color=#000000 size=2><b>SHCC </b>is currently booking $45,000/ month and is conservatively projecting earnings next year of <b>$1.3 million on revenues of $13 million.</b> Unlike most e-commerce ventures, ShareCom's marketing &quot;burn rate&quot; is very modest. The Company forecasts <b>revenues of $32.5 million</b> the following year, increasing profitability to earn $4.6 million. Given its impressive relationships and the rapidly growing market for its product, <b>SHCC's share price of just 1.6 cents makes it a compelling play for the astute investor.</b></font><b><span style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt"><font face=Verdana color=#000000>&nbsp;</font></span></b><font face=Verdana><span style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt"></span></font></td></tr><tr><td width=100% height=368 valign=top bgcolor=#006699><p align=left><b><font face=Verdana size=2 color=#FFFF00>To be removed from future mailings, please reply to this email with &quot;Remove&quot; in the subject line</font><font face=Verdana color=#EFEFEF size=2><br> </font><font size=1 face=Verdana color=#EFEFEF><br> <br> DISCLAIMER:&nbsp;</font></b><font size=1 face=Verdana color=#EFEFEF><br> Information within this email contains &quot;forward looking statements&quot; within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21B of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Any statements that express or involve discussions with respect to predictions, expectations, beliefs, plans, projections, objectives, goals, assumptions or future events or performance are not statements of historical fact and may be &quot;forward looking statements.&quot;<br> <br> Forward looking statements are based on expectations, estimates and projections at the time the statements are made that involve a number of&nbsp;risks and uncertainties which could cause actual results or events to differ materially from those presently anticipated. 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