Toronto-based Advantex Marketing International reported an 11% increase in revenues to $21.5 million, and a net loss of $825,000 for the first three months of this year. Last month, Advantex launched its expansion of the “CIBC Aerogold ADVANTEX Benefit” program to include retailers, and, this month, will introduce an embedded “Advantex Benefit” into several selected premium CIBC VISA credit cards, providing bonus rewards specific to the loyalty currencies offered on each of these cards. Next month, Advantex will begin earning income from its new “US Airways Dividend Miles Rewards” program. The Company signed multi-year agreements with US Airways and Bank of America to replicate the “Advantex Benefit” business model in the USA. Advantex recently signed an agreement with UAL Loyalty Services for a “United Mileage Plus Shopping” program for more than 40 million “Mileage Plus” members. The combined credit cardholder base of these two U.S. airline frequent flyer programs more than triples the Company’s current credit cardholder customer base. For complete details on Advantex’s first quarter results visit CardData ([www.carddata.com]).