updated 12/30/2010 6:16:30 PM ET 2010-12-30T23:16:30

AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 30, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- DBS Distributors, Inc. ( www.ecco2usa.com ) and Dun & Bradstreet ( www.dnb.com ) have entered into agreement to establish a real-time credit analysis and risk management system for small businesses wanting to become a sales affiliate or dealer by establishing or verifying a D&B business credit profile, applying for corporate credit payment terms with DBS Distributors and their commercial financing partners that anticipate the agreement to mitigate more sales activity.

DBS anticipates that the ECCO2-D&B agreement will encourage small business owners to take interest in the potentially lucrative business opportunity as a reseller for DBS Distributors, a company that manufactures and distributes a green technology that reduces carbon emissions, lowers fuel consumption, and is fairly inexpensive and easy to mass produce.

Cary Lee Peterson, president and chairman of DBS Distributors, Inc., comments, "This engagement with D&B is a starting point from which we will devote extreme effort to rebuild America's small business economy by supplying a universal product that is cost-effective- and not restricted to any specific region; furthermore, does not require a college degree, or a lot of money to get started as an ECCO2 reseller. We have all longed for a genuine and robust industry that will not dry up in terms of market demand, as have many other business types that interact with clean technologies. I am confident that ECCO2 is what we have been waiting for."

ECCO2 anticipates that over 50,000 small businesses within the United States, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, and Japan (a majority of which are currently in D&B's database) will join ECCO2's affiliate sales network beginning in January 2011. Approved business applicants will be eligible to receive ECCO2 training, and services, and order product from DBS Distributors with no cash out of pocket to get started as a reseller, thus showing sales revenue potential in the billions from various financing methods as accounts receivable and purchase order financing secured by credit insurance on the client's debt.

DBS Distributors, Inc. and ECCO2 Corp, its non-for-profit sister company (together referred to as DBS-ECCO2), have been aggressively active with local, national, and global politics to garner more support from government agencies such as the United States Small Business Administration, US Department of Energy, CARB, the Environmental Protection Agency, the US the Department of Transportation and other government organizations with tax credit and grant programs for advanced technologies that reduce carbon emission and are more fuel efficient- both of which ECCO2's product has managed to achieve amongst the several thousand installations on motor vehicles, marine craft, and gas generators over the past 10 years that the patented technology (as known as ECO Systems) has been sold in America.   

Mike Graff, Public Relations
Email: pr@ecco2usa.com
Tel: (512)650-1028

DBS-ECCO2 was recently featured in Forbes Magazine's December 20, 2010 issue in which Peterson discusses the plans for DBS-ECCO2 to reduce the world's carbon footprint with ECCO2 technology in addition to developing a vast number of job opportunities that are directly and indirectly related to the company's business activities. Due to the fact that there are over 260 million installation possibilities for ECCO2's product in the US alone (e.g.; 1 unit installed per registered motor vehicle and single family home), the consumer demand appears to be a green technology wave that will remain active from now until the day man and machine moderate an alternative energy solution to the fossil fuels that we use to power today's technology.

For more details about DBS Distributors, Inc., visit www.ecco2usa.com  

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