updated 8/30/2010 9:17:22 AM ET 2010-08-30T13:17:22

HOLBROOK, N.Y., Aug. 30, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Rhino Human Resources, Inc. (Pink Sheets:IFHRD), formerly INFE Human Resources, Inc., today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Lone Staffing, has signed agreements to recruit both licensed and non-licensed real estate salespeople for several branch offices of Century21 throughout the U.S. While most of the company's initial client base consisted of primarily local real estate offices, the company is now attracting major brands that wish to utilize its niche staffing services.

"This is further proof that the merger was a great move for shareholders as well as the company. Since the merger took place, the response has been overwhelming," said Raymond Barton, Chairman of the Board of Directors, who has been working very closely with CEO Robert Anderson to assist in the development of different strategies to handle the explosive growth expected over the next few months.

The company currently has just a few commission-only sales reps to handle the influx of business, but plans to recruit more are in place which will begin this week. "We had to add a few more terminals to accommodate the new agents we plan to hire, and hope to have those seats filled shortly," added CEO Robert Anderson. "Almost nobody out there is recruiting in this market, so we are quickly becoming the company to call if you need independent salespeople."

Investors are encouraged to visit the company blog at www.rhinohr.com for future news and information regarding the company's progress.

Rhino Human Resources, Inc. is a next generation holding company aimed at dominating several industries and diversifying its holdings through acquisitions and revenue generating subsidiaries. The company currently runs Lone Staffing, a wholly owned subsidiary in the staffing industry. Please see their website at www.lonestaffing.com .

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