LEEP, Inc. Passes Critical Product Review in Florida

LeepCore™ panels comply with revised 2007 certification requirements

Montoursville, PA - January 23, 2008 - LEEP, Inc. (stock symbol, LPPI.PK), said today that its patented LeepCore(TM) Structural Insulated Panel had passed a critical review of the panel's performance criteria in the State of Florida. The review by a certified professional engineering firm licensed in the State of Florida certified " ... that the components manufactured in accordance with this report comply with the applicable sections of the following Code(s) and Standard(s): Florida Building Code 2004 with 2006 and 2007 supplements." The report adds that the panels are certified for exterior and internal walls, floors and roofs. These data are being submitted to the State of Florida by LEEP, Inc. to obtain a current product approval code for construction in the State of Florida. John Nordstrom, CEO, said, "This product certification by a respected, professional licensed engineering firm in the State of Florida is important to us because, without this certification, we would be unable to accept additional orders for a variety of construction projects in Florida, including additional schools.

LeepCore™ panels have already been used to construct five school classroom buildings near Jacksonville, Florida in 2005 under previous certifications, which had since lapsed. The school classrooms built using LeepCore™ in 2005 have received very positive reviews from teachers, students and administrators in Baker County, especially in terms of substantially lower energy costs, maintenance costs, and improved sound insulation between classrooms. Just as important, classroom buildings are ready for occupancy in a fraction of the time compared to traditional construction methods.