Portal Defense System Reaches Asia Pacific in Time for Beijing 2008 Olympic Games

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RETRACTION: Beijing is expecting around 500,000 foreign and 1 million domestic tourists during the 2008 Beijing Olympic games. This previous sentence was not a direct quote of Mr. Leo Hirata. It is however statistical information generated by tourism research. Our apologies to Mr. Hirata. Portal Defense Systems Worldwide LLC has awarded an exclusive Asia Pacific licensing agreement to Dharma Brother International. Managing Director of D.B.I. Mr. Leo Hirata and China Director Mr. Jim Huang will head-up all sales and distribution for the Portal Defense System GIL-2001 2DLV. This distribution partnership represents one of the largest overseas territories for its Homeland Security tested compliant portal defense system.

This distribution partnership represents one of our largest overseas territories for our Homeland Security tested compliant portal defense system

RETRACTION: Beijing is expecting around 500,000 foreign and 1 million domestic tourists during the 2008 Beijing Olympic games.

This previous sentence was not a direct quote of Mr. Leo Hirata.

It is however statistical information generated by tourism research. Our apologies to Mr. Hirata.

Here is the rest of the release as it should have read:

(PRWeb) March 9, 2007 --

Portal Defense Systems Worldwide LLC, awards an exclusive Asia Pacific licensing agreement to Dharma Brother International. Managing Director of D.B.I. Mr. Leo Hirata and China Director Mr. Jim Huang will head-up all sales and distribution for the Portal Defense System GIL-2001 2DLV. "This distribution partnership represents one of our largest overseas territories for our Homeland Security tested compliant portal defense system," states the Director for Portal Defense System Worldwide.

World government's anti-terrorism is now a top priority. In this new era of national security and public safety, security at the door is the first and best line of defense. Tested and certified for forced entry and ballistics by United States Department of State, the patented GIL-2001 2DLV Entry/Exit Security Portal System is designed to detect weapons, contraband, contain explosives, control traffic flow and restrict unauthorized personnel to secured areas utilizing cameras, biometric palm readers, fingerprint and or facial scanners.

Leo Hirata, Managing Director of Dharma Brother International who has extensive experience in the Asia Pacific region, said "There is a great demand for security products in this new economic era in China, and its neighboring regions as the doors to foreign industry and tourism open. As the 2008 Olympics are approaching, China's Tourism Bureau is preparing for this influx of domestic and international tourists."

Beijing is expecting around 500,000 foreign and 1 million domestic tourists during the 2008 Beijing Olympic games. In addition, there has been an increase of about 21.8 percent in outbound tourism in China that reached around 35 Million in 2006. According to the World Tourism Organization prediction, by the year 2020, China shall become 4th largest source of outbound tourists in the world. Above, 100 million Chinese people will travel abroad each year.

Airports in addition to all transportation hubs will require the PDS GIL-2001 2DLV to secure all passenger safety. You will also find the Portal Defense System used for security clearance at Banks and Financial Institutions, Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities, Military Bases, Embassies and Government Offices, Data Facilities, Schools and Universities to name a few.

For more information regarding the PDS GIL-2001 2DLV for Asia Pacific, please contact Leo Hirata or Jim Huang.

For information regarding all other territories including the United States, please contact Portal Defense System Worldwide at info @ portaldefense.com or visit our website at: http://www.portaldefense.com

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