National Automation Services, Inc. (NASV.PK) Aquires for the Future

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Marketwire – 11/01/11 (http://www.nasautomation.com) (OTCQB: NASV) announced that they have entered into a Letter of Intent to purchase the first of many new acquisitions which are planned over the next 18 months. As NAS gains in further acquisitions they gain income and ground on the path to a strong economic and prosperous future.

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Marketwire – 11/01/11 (http://www.nasautomation.com) (OTCQB: NASV) announced that they have entered into a Letter of Intent to purchase the first of many new acquisitions which are planned over the next 18 months. As NAS gains in further acquisitions they gain income and ground on the path to a strong economic and prosperous future. The undisclosed Cincinnati, Ohio based systems integration and controls company (until final documents are signed upon completion of due diligence and Audit within 120 days) agreed to be purchased for a total of $2.25 million. This acquisition will add $3.5 to 4 million to gross revenue and approximately $500,000.00 in net profits to NAS.

With the recent article about “Got Arsenic?” in drinking water that was widely publicized over many media outlets, NAS is happy to share that they currently have 5 Arsenic removal plants already running in Mesquite Nevada USA making the water and communities safer. These Arsenic removal plants meet or exceed the standards set by the Environmental Protection Agency for allowable levels of the deadly toxin.

With all of the exciting news and coverage that National Automation Services, Inc. (NASV.PK) is receiving, C.E.O. Robert Chance is delighted to schedule interviews on this and other topics of popular interest. Recent articles have been also examined such as Mr. Chances’ statement on how the “Nuclear Meltdown May Have Been Averted”, which is still occurring in Japan, may have been preventable. In addition this type of catastrophe may be averted in the future at other locations worldwide using NAS automation capabilities. NAS also has leading information and technology on Green Technologies such as Solar Power automation.

For more information or an interview with C.E.O. Robert Chance of National Automation Services, Inc. (NASV.PK) please email or call for scheduling:

bchance(at)nasautomation(dot)com

1-877-871-6400 US/Canada phone
702-580-1077 outside the US/Canada

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