Tugboat Enterprises Extends Operation Data Recovery for Katrina Victims

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With rising demand for Lifeboat data recovery, Tugboat Enterprises is extending the offer of free copies to Hurricane Katrina victims.

Due to the rising demand from local business and home computer users for the Lifeboat data rescue and file transfer program, Tugboat Enterprises Ltd. is extending the offer of free copies of Lifeboat to Hurricane Katrina victims to October 31, 2005 at 6 p.m. Pacific Time. The original deadline was September 16, 2005.

“It is clear the devastation of life and property was so extensive that many people are only now starting to turn their attention to the issue of data recovery,” CEO Judi Tyabji Wilson said from her office today. “We are committed to do what we can to help people get their business or personal files back in order.”

Tugboat Enterprises Ltd. undertook Operation Data Recovery the day after the hurricane slammed into the Gulf States, and had a large response right away. As the first priority in this region was rescuing stranded people, restoring business and personal files has waited until the waters receded and people can turn their attention to responding to the property damage. Tugboat Enterprises is seeing a rising demand for the data retrieval program Lifeboat.

“We have helped people in Louisiana, Florida, Kentucky and other states,” Ms. Tyabji Wilson said, “and that makes all of us here at Tugboat Enterprises feel we are doing something to help. Those who have lost so much in this terrible storm are in our thoughts. We don’t want to close the door to so many people who are only just managing to think about getting back to regular business, which is why we’ve extended the deadline.”

Operation Data Recovery is valid for anyone living in the affected areas in Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee or South Carolina. Companies or individuals who have lost data on their computers or who need to move files from malfunctioning Windows applications can contact Tugboat Enterprises Ltd. either through their Web site http://www.TugboatEnterprises.com or toll-free at 1-888-688-9199. They can also fax in an order to 604-487-4255 (fax).

The regional Distributor of Lifeboat Data Rescue is Testrack, with a head office in Florida. Rich Muro, President of TestRack, is available to answer questions at 941-720-0673. http://www.TestRack.com

Lifeboat is the first of four new products being launched by the high tech start-up company Tugboat Enterprises, out of British Columbia, Canada. Lifeboat has helped customers recover data quickly and inexpensively since its launch in May 2005.

More information about Lifeboat is available at http://www.TugboatEnterprises.com
An industry review of Lifeboat, its uses and its effectiveness, may be seen at http://www.pcnet-online.com/index.html and http://www.kickstartnews.com/reviews/utilities/lifeboat_1.html

“If you have any concerns about your data, even if you do backups, you'll want to check out Lifeboat. It's unique and by far the best alternative to recovering data from a damaged drive… Give it a try, think you'll be amazed at how easy it is to set up and use.” Don Watkins, PC Net, http://www.pcnet-online.com

“We recently reviewed the Lifeboat data recovery software. It’s a terrific utility that everyone – and I do mean everyone – should have on a CD that sitting next to their Windows PC.” Howard Carson, Managing Editor, Kickstartnews http://www.kickstartnews.com

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