Fathead® Announces Release of an Ilgauskas Fathead® Wall Graphic

CLEVELAND-June 8, 2007 – Fathead®, the fast-growing sports and entertainment brand best-known for its life-size wall graphics, is taking its mantra of "Live Big. Real Big" to a new level in the city of Cleveland during this year's NBA Finals.

Fathead will have a nearly 70 feet high by 54 feet wide building wrap featuring Cleveland Cavaliers center Zydrunas Ilgauskas adhered to the Gateway North Garage located on the Gateway Complex across from Quicken Loans Arena. Workers will begin installing the wrap the morning of Sunday, June 10 and it should be completed by Monday.

"Zydrunas is a great choice by Fathead to represent the Cavaliers organization during this special time in Cleveland," said Cavaliers General Manager Danny Ferry. "I am very happy that he is getting the well-deserved recognition for all of his hard work during his past nine seasons with the Cavaliers organization."

"As the longest-active member of the Cavaliers, Zydrunas embodies the qualities that Fathead embraces," said Brock Weatherup, Chief Executive Officer, Fathead. "He serves as an inspiration to fans for fighting through injuries early in his career to achieve greatness as a two-time NBA All-Star and as an integral member of the Cleveland Cavaliers Eastern Conference Championship team. We love the message he'll convey to the city of Cleveland and the world during the NBA Finals."

The company also is releasing an Ilgauskas Fathead using the same image that is appearing on the building wrap. Ilgauskas, who stands 7 foot 3 inches, will be the largest Fathead the company has released to date. The Ilgauskas Fathead will be 9 feet tall and 4 feet wide-a foot and a half taller than the next tallest Fathead. It is available for pre-order at www.fathead.com. Fathead already offers two versions of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers team logo.

A "Fathead" is a bold, colorful, life-size wall graphic of sports and entertainment stars. The 3-D-like vinyl graphics have a special adhesive backing that enables them to be moved from wall to wall.

In addition to the NBA, Fathead also offers NASCAR race cars, NFL and collegiate football helmets, and collegiate and professional team logos. Other Fathead offerings include the, MLB, NHL, Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit models, Star Wars, Spider-Man, Family Guy and The Simpsons.

Fathead players are approximately 6 feet tall by 3 feet wide (Ilgauskas being an exception!), helmets are approximately 4 feet tall by 4 feet wide, race cars are about 3 feet high by 7.5 feet wide, while logos vary, ranging from 3 to 4 feet tall by 3 to 4 feet wide.

Fatheads are available on the company's Web site, www.fathead.com, or by calling 1-877-FATHEAD.

A high-resolution image of the building wrap and Ilgauskas Fathead can be provided upon request. The building wrap was designed by Innovative Media, LLC of Madison Heights, Mich.

About Fathead LLC: The Livonia, Mich-based company whose products are commonly referred to as Fatheads, has become the preferred home, personal and lifestyle décor purchase for sports and entertainment enthusiasts of all ages. The most popular Fathead product line consists of a colorful vinyl wall graphic of popular sports stars, NASCAR race cars and entertainment characters. Fathead LLC maintains license agreements with the NFL and PLAYERS INC., Collegiate Licensing Company, Licensing Resource Group, Inc., MLB and MLBPA, NASCAR, NBA Entertainment, NHL and NHLPA, Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, Lucasfilm, Ltd., Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Gracie Films, Time, Inc., Marvel Characters, Inc., Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc., and Spider-Man 3, the Movie. Fatheads can be seen and purchased at www.fathead.com or 1-877-FATHEAD and will soon be available at preferred retailers throughout the United States.

Fathead LLC is owned by Camelot Ventures, a private investment group based in Livonia, Mich. Camelot Ventures also owns and operates Quicken Loans, the nation's largest online mortgage lender, the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers basketball team, Flash Seats LLC, which replaces physical tickets for sporting events with an electronic approach; and the American Hockey League's Lake Erie Monsters franchise, that will begin play at Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena in the 2007-08 season. Other companies in which Camelot Ventures has invested include Michigan-based online promotions company e-Prize.