AllDigital Holdings Announces New Ticker Symbol "ADGL"

Tue Sep 27, 2011 9:30am EDT

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AllDigital Holdings Announces New Ticker Symbol "ADGL"

PR Newswire

IRVINE, Calif., Sept. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- AllDigital Holdings, Inc., (OTCBB: ADGL), a leader in digital media to device solutions, today announced that it has obtained a new ticker symbol from FINRA reflecting the recent name change from Aftermarket Enterprises, Inc. to AllDigital Holdings, Inc.  Effective September 21, 2011, the stock began trading under the new ticker symbol "ADGL".  Shareholders are advised to take note of this change. Shareholders are not required to take any action with respect to this change.

"Our new ticker symbol and recent reverse merger are important company milestones that will allow us to better communicate our strategy and progress to shareholders, customers, business partners, and others in our industry," commented Paul Summers, Chief Executive Officer at AllDigital. "As we continue to grow the business, the ADGL ticker symbol will be more recognizable for current and prospective shareholders. We look forward to increasing awareness of AllDigital Holdings within the investment community."

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About AllDigital Holdings, Inc.

AllDigital offers middleware, development, and consulting services that enable the secure transport of digital content to connected devices including mobile computing, desktop computers, and digital television. The company primarily targets content owners that have a need to distribute their media assets and online services to a highly fragmented market of IP-enabled devices.

Contact Information:

Press Contact
Kim Troxel, Marketing Director
Phone: 714.865.0002
Fax: 949.250.0730

SOURCE AllDigital Holdings, Inc.

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