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ARCHIVED  August 27, 1999

Loveland’s Enter Tech retools management

LOVELAND — A new management team emerged at the helm of Loveland-based Enter Tech Corp. (OTC: ENTR) in late July.Sam Lindsey has assumed the role of chairman of the board and president, replacing the previous president, Chuck Mullin, who held the position for only two months. Lindsey, an entrepreneur with more than 20 years’ experience in the computer software and hardware industry, would not discuss the reasons for the previous management’s departure, stating only that “they resigned.”
Other directors elected in July included David Mateus and Cliff Pettee. Mateus, who was listed among the company’s directors in its Dec. 31, 1998, filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, has returned to Enter Tech after a period of absence. He has more than 14 years’ experience in the design, installation, training and documentation of micro computer business systems.
In July 1996, Enter Tech was incorporated in Nevada under the name Walnut Capital Inc. and in June 1998 acquired Wyoming-based Links Ltd. The company changed its name after the merger. Enter Tech, along with Cardxx LLC (OTC: CXCX) and Lifestream Technologies Inc. (OTC: LFST), is among the region’s youngest publicly traded companies.
Since then, Enter Tech has been working toward development of its product — a credit-card-operated vending kiosk that can download compact disc-based media onto CDs.
In a May interview with The Northern Colorado Business Report, Bill Thomas, a consultant for Enter Tech, indicated that the company at the time hoped to launch mass production of the kiosks by September.
But the restructuring of Enter Tech’s management team has affected its forward momentum at least to some degree — the company placed a notification of late filing for its quarterly financial statements with the SEC Aug. 16.
The new board of directors is looking back over the last year of operation, Lindsay said. “There’s not an awful lot going on right now,” he said. “We’re still focused on the same product and the same concept, we just need to be sure that we have the right formula.”

LOVELAND — A new management team emerged at the helm of Loveland-based Enter Tech Corp. (OTC: ENTR) in late July.Sam Lindsey has assumed the role of chairman of the board and president, replacing the previous president, Chuck Mullin, who held the position for only two months. Lindsey, an entrepreneur with more than 20 years’ experience in the computer software and hardware industry, would not discuss the reasons for the previous management’s departure, stating only that “they resigned.”
Other directors elected in July included David Mateus and Cliff Pettee. Mateus, who was listed among the company’s directors in its Dec. 31,…

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