December 6, 2007

Chesapeake Energy Corporation Powered By HAVOC Energy Drink

HAVOC (OTC:AEND) announced today a partnership with Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE:CHK). Chesapeake Energy has partnered with Natural Water Company and HAVOC Energy Drink to create a custom-labeled energy drink that will be available to all of its employees.

"This type of partnership with a Fortune 500 company is what we strive for at HAVOC Energy Drink. Building partnerships with companies of this elite status will establish HAVOC as a premium energy drink, build brand awareness and increase exposure," stated CK Williams, CEO of HAVOC Energy Drink.

"Our mission is to provide a premium and great-tasting energy drink as an innovative marketing tool to our partners. We are expecting a great fourth quarter and even better results in 2008," stated Aylin Gormus, VP of Operations for HAVOC Energy Drink.

About Chesapeake Energy:

Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE:CHK) is the largest independent producer and third-largest overall producer of natural gas in the United States. Headquartered in Oklahoma City, our strategy is focused on drilling, discovering, acquiring and developing conventional and unconventional natural gas reserves in the Mid-Continent, Fort Worth Barnett Shale, Fayetteville Shale, Permian Basin, Delaware Basin, South Texas, Texas Gulf Coast, Ark-La-Tex and Appalachian Basin regions of the United States.

HAVOC is owned by American Enterprise Development Corporation (OTC:AEND) and manufactures and distributes the popular HAVOC Energy Drink. More information is available at our Web site:

HAVOC (OTC:AEND) is based in Dallas, Texas. It develops, manufactures and distributes energy drink products through strong affiliations with collegiate universities and conferences, professional sports franchises and corporate alliances. American Enterprise Development is represented by Sports Media, Inc.

Safe Harbor Statement: This news release contains certain "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27a of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21e of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Although the Company believes the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, it can provide no assurance that actual results will meet or exceed such expectations.