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LOS ANGELES (Profitable.com) Left Behind Games Inc. (OTC: LFBG), a leading publisher of Christian video games, has announced an inventory of games have arrived at major Christian retailers. These include Family Christian Stores, LifeWay Christian Stores and Mardel Christian and Education Stores.
Left Behind Games CEO, Troy Lyndon says, “The depth we have shipped into these retailers will fill 485 store shelves with between 50 and 85 game units per store. This selection of up to 5 of our game titles will provide consumers the opportunity to buy great gifts from their favorite Christian retailer as our product line offers something fun for every family member.”
In preparation for LB Games’ webinar scheduled for November 16, 2010 at 12:30pm PST, CEO Troy Lyndon says, “We look forward to sharing our future roadmap with our shareholders.” Questions may be submitted in advance to email@example.com and must include an investors name, share holdings and disposition no later than November 8, 2010.
About Left Behind Games Inc.
Left Behind Games Inc., dba Inspired Media Entertainment, is the only publicly-traded exclusive publisher of Christian video game software. They produce quality interactive entertainment products that perpetuate positive values and appeal to faith-based and mainstream audiences. For more information, go to www.leftbehindgames.com.
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