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Drinkable Air to Be Featured on Oxford City Financial Report

CORAL SPRINGS, FL--(Marketwired - April 04, 2014) - Union Dental Holdings, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: UDHI), the exclusive distributor of Drinkable Air's Chameleon 8 line to the entire US dental industry, announced today that Drinkable Air will be the featured company on the Oxford City Financial Report on Monday April 7 between 3-5pm. The show can be heard in South Florida on 740 AM and will be available worldwide by going to http://oxfordcitybroadcasting.com and clicking the Listen Live tab at 3 pm.

As Drinkable Air's exclusive distributor to the US dental market and Joint Venture partner for pending dental patents, Union Dental has much to gain from Drinkable Air's skyrocketing brand awareness and revenue growth. Much of this success can be attributed to media across the globe recognizing the many long-term benefits that Drinkable Air can bring to all the citizens of the world, which can be seen in the following press coverage: 

1) Featured in articles on WSJ.com and Wall-Street.com                      
                                                                            
2) Voted one of the Top 50 New Products in the Dental Market by the Readers 
of Dentistry Today                                                          
                                                                            
3) Featured articles in Bahrain's 2 major newspapers, DT News and Gulf Daily
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Dr. George Green, President of Union Dental stated that, "We continue to be amazed and pleased by the magnitude of the press that Drinkable Air continues to receive. Drinkable Air is our proud partner on a variety of levels so we want to give our shareholders the opportunity to hear the show live and hear themselves what is happening with this incredible new product." 

Steve Kairis, President of Drinkable Air stated, "We always welcome the opportunity to discuss the growth of our company and our revolutionary products. We would like to thank the Oxford City Financial Report for inviting Drinkable Air on the show, and look forward to expanding on our distribution strategy and revenue growth with Union Dental."

About Union Dental Holdings, Inc.

Union Dental Holdings manages a 22 operatory full service dental practice in Coral Springs, Florida. It is the exclusive supplier of Drinkable Air's patented ozone atmospheric water generators for the US dental industry and is a leading innovator for bringing bacteria free water into the dental operatory settings. Union Dental operates two wholly owned subsidiaries, Direct Dental Services and Union Dental Corp. Direct Dental Services provides dentists with "areas of exclusivity" to participate with various unions including the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), United Association of Plumbers and Pipe Fitters (UA) and The Association of Flight Attendants - Communications Workers of America (AFA-CWA). Direct Dental Services receives annual management fees from the dentists in exchange for practicing in these "areas of exclusivity" where CWA and IBEW members use the dentists' services.

About Drinkable-Air, Inc.

Drinkable Air is a Made in the USA product that produces "water where there is no water" by capturing the humidity in the air and using a patented ozone process to keep it pure (99.9% bacteria free). Patent 7,272,947 was issued to protect its IP, and other patents are currently pending as it expands its technology to new markets (dental, medical, and greenhouse/urban growers). 

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