CHONGQING, China, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- China Redstone Group, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CGPI) ("China Redstone" or the "Company"), the largest private provider of cemetery products and services in Chongqing, China, today announced it received two Certification of Honor awards at the 2010 China Private Enterprise Forum in Beijing (the "Forum"), jointly hosted by the Association of Chinese Private Entrepreneurs and the Chinese International Economic Cooperation Association (CIECA), both agencies of the Chinese central government.
China Redstone was given a Certification of Honor recognizing the Company as one of the top private enterprises in China for corporate integrity and economic contribution to its local community. Additionally, Mr. Yiyou Ran, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, was the recipient of the Outstanding Private Entrepreneur award, given to only 100 Chinese entrepreneurs each year. The award ceremony was held at the Great Hall of the People.
The Forum is a prestigious three-day event held annually focusing on the future development of private enterprises in China, and included over 1,000 leaders of private enterprises, state leaders and council ministers in attendance this year.
"We are honored to receive these two awards," said Mr. Ran, "As one of the largest and most successful private cemetery service providers in Chongqing, we appreciate the recognition we have received from both the local and central government. We believe this will further enhance our brand and support healthy demand for our products. We would like to thank the Forum and its hosts for acknowledging our achievements."
China Redstone Group, Inc.
China Redstone is a cemetery developer and provider of cemetery products and services in Chongqing, China, through its contractually controlled affiliate Chongqing Foguang Tourism Development (Group) Co., Ltd. Founded in 2002, the Company provides a complete range of funeral merchandise and services, including cemetery property, both at the time of need and on a preneed basis.
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