Biodegradable plastics manufacturer Casey Container Corp. (OTC: CSEY) has announced two additions to its Board of Directors - Richard Truelick, CPA, and Scott Campbell, CPA, PhD. Both highly experienced in the financial industry, the independent directors are anticipated to help with critical corporate decisions when the Company receives its funding, begins manufacturing its biodegradable plastics and launches its presence in the plastics industry. A reputable expert with over 100 deals to his credit, Richard Truelick, CPA, is an experienced merger and acquisitions consultant involved in financial analysis, negotiations, financing and structuring for businesses with revenues of $20-$300 million. Formerly Vice President of Corporate Development for the multi-billion dollar international food company Beatrice Foods Co., Truelick was in charge of worldwide acquisitions and expanding operations. Acquisitions he assisted with included Tropicana, Samsonite, Krispy Kreme and others of equal distinction. Truelick is the President and Founder of Truelick Associates, a successful merger intermediary and investing firm he co-founded in 1979, where he assists his clients in raising capital and purchasing or selling equity interests. Truelick earned his Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Quantitative Economics from the University of Illinois. Scott Campbell, CPA, PhD, is President and Founder of Campbell & Company Financial Group, Inc., a full-service accounting and tax firm founded in 1988. Campbell handles private accounting, filings for public companies and the development of proprietary financial models, largely in the hospitality industry. Campbell has served as an officer, director and audit committee member for several public companies, and has co-owned several successful restaurants in the Phoenix metro area. Campbell graduated with a Master of Business Administration and Doctorate in Business Administration from University of Miami. “Mr. Truelick and Dr. Campbell are knowledgeable, seasoned executives that bring exactly the kind of experience we need to greatly enhance the Company's management capabilities,” said Martin R. Nason, President and CEO of Casey Container. “We’re tremendously honored to have such extraordinary and successful businessmen join our Board, and assist Casey with its growth. Both men will serve on Casey’s Audit and Compensation Committees and we look forward to their contributions."