Grand Perfecta Retains Marketing & Design Firm

Tokyo, Japan

GRAND PERFECTA, INC. Retains Marketing Firm

Grand Perfecta, Inc. (OTC SEC Reporting: GPIW) announced today that it has retained Fluid, a leading design firm, to assist with its digital branding and creative strategy. GPIW is one of the leading companies in data management and analytics and content distribution for horse racing fans in Japan and Hong Kong. Fluid is a Salt Lake City, Utah, design firm with over 16 y ears as a leader in brand strategy and creative development, including performance and conversion optimization for digital marketing. Fluid has worked with a number of leading companies and organizations, including Integrity Albums and the University of Utah.

This year Fluid was the only agency in the Salt Lake City region to win Gold ADDYs at the national level of the American Advertising Awards. Fluid's work has been featured in several prestigious design magazines, including the Communication Arts Design Annual . Fluid also claimed more awards than any other agency at the Regional District 12 American Advertising Awards held in May.

"We are very excited to work with Fluid to enhance GPIW 's digital presence. Media design and online advertising, marketing, and strategy are very important areas for us as we seek to expand our brand internationally," said Shuya Watanabe, CEO of GPIW. He added, "From the dissemination of our horse racing information news and subscriber content to the education of current and potential investors about GPIW, we want to deliver a consistent brand and message across the board while maximizing our reach among all audiences."

About Grand Perfecta

Grand Perfecta, Inc., a Nevada corporation, is engaged in the business of publishing and disseminating horse racing information and other content related to horse racing in Japan and the Japanese horse racing industry through various types of media, including numerous websites and printed materials . Horse racing in Japan is a popular equestrian sport with approximately 16,000 horse races held each year, which are predominately flat and jump races. Horse racing is organized and managed by the Japan Racing Association (JRA) and National Association of Racing (NAR), both of which are subject to the supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. This system of government supervision and administration of horse racing is unique to Japan and, we believe, one of the main reasons horse racing in Japan is the best in the world.

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