ClickableOil Reports Revenue Boost and Increase in Gallons Sold for December
Business Editors / Energy Editors
MOUNT VERNON, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 30, 2006--
Clickable Enterprises, Inc. (OTCBB:CKEI), the first
Internet-based home heating oil company, announced today that its
wholly owned subsidiary ClickableOil.com, Inc. has reported another
record month of revenue and gallons sold in December. Revenue
increased by 160% in December to $969,000 from $373,000 as compared to
the same period last year. The number of gallons sold increased by 79%
to 428,000 from 239,000.
Nicholas Cirillo, Jr., president of Clickable Enterprises said,
"We are pleased to report to our shareholders December's increase in
revenue and gallons sold, which stems from improved marketing efforts,
an increased customer base, and current market conditions. As part of
our business strategy, our management team has committed itself to
growing the company and providing service excellence to our customers
through low-cost essential heating oil products and services."
Management expects to publish sales and revenue growth for the
nine month period ended December 31, 2005 over the next few weeks.
About Clickable Enterprises, Inc.
Clickable Enterprises, through its wholly owned subsidiary,
ClickableOil.com, Inc., is the first Internet-based home heating oil
company to offer customers affordable home heating oil and related
services. Based in Mount Vernon, New York, ClickableOil.com
specializes in price control, risk management and product positioning,
leaving the oil delivery and services to specially chosen vendors. The
company currently operates in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and
Connecticut, and has a license to operate in Maryland. It continues to
grow geographically along the East coast. For more information, please
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