Regency Continues its Environmental Commitment

Release date: 10/21/2008

One Regency, One Tree program commits to global planting

DELTA, British Columbia (October 21, 2008) – Regency Fireplace Products has continued its
environmental commitment through the summer 2008 with its One Regency, One Tree program. As a part of the Global ReLeaf program, Regency’s donation is responsible for planting approximately 11,000 trees in areas that have been damaged by both natural and human causes. These trees will help create clean air and water, as well as have the benefit of slowing erosion, global warming and provide a habitat for local wildlife.

Regency has been a leader in the development of clean burning wood and high efficiency gas products. Warming homes wisely ensures that we are responsible custodians of earth’s natural resources, while planting trees offsets carbon emissions and takes one more step to restore nature’s balance. Each quarter, Regency will select an American Forests initiative to contribute towards. Regency has planted a
total of 30,000 trees across the globe to date.

About Regency Fireplace Products
Regency Fireplace Products is a preeminent fireplace and freestanding stove manufacturer in North
America. Headquartered just outside of Vancouver, British Columbia, Regency Fireplace Products
distributes Regency, Hampton and Excalibur brand products throughout the United States, Canada,
Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and parts of Europe and Asia. Manufacturing since 1979, Regency stands behind all of its products by offering a lifetime guarantee of quality craftsmanship.

About American Forests
American Forests helps people improve the environment with trees and forests. We are a world leader in tree planting for environmental restoration. We are a pioneer in advancing the science and practice of
urban forestry and a primary communicator of the benefits of trees and forests. American Forests helps
people identify, recognize and preserve their special trees, and our community-based initiatives help people plan and implement local actions to restore and maintain healthy ecosystems and communities. American Forests is on the World Wide Web at www.americanforests.org.

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