ISM International Expands Its Reach of GotchaGPS(TM) Products beyond Homeland Security into the Oil Industry

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ISM International, Inc. (Pink Sheets:ISML) today announces that the GotchaGPS(TM) Engineers are developing sophisticated products to enhance personal safety and to protect the United States oil industry. This advanced technology will help the U.S. Homeland Security Department fight undesirable enemies with advanced knowledge and technology.

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There is no doubt that consumers and businesses want better security and the GotchaGPS device can provide this in a multitude of ways. Whether it is a large installation or an individual person, these devices are the cutting edge in protection and security.

    Reacting to a request by major oil companies, GotchaGPS(TM) scientists have created new products aimed at the Oil Industry. These products offer maximum security to enable greater control of oil projects and vehicles in real time 24/7. Associates of ISM International Inc. have secured the first contract in this important field and expect to have more in the next few months.

The technology is also applicable to individuals. A miniaturized version can be inserted into typical household devices and articles and used to enhance personal security through tracking. ISM International CEO Mario Quenneville says, "There is no doubt that consumers and businesses want better security and the GotchaGPS device can provide this in a multitude of ways. Whether it is a large installation or an individual person, these devices are the cutting edge in protection and security."

About ISM International: ISML (http://www.isml.us) is a consolidation of business professionals, engineers, technologists and entrepreneurs who have formed a diversified public company designed to enhance value for shareholders through innovation and technology.

This announcement contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainty, including those relating to the Company's ability to grow its business. Actual results may differ materially from the results predicted and reported results should not be considered as an indication of future performance. The potential risks and uncertainties include, among others, the Company's limited operating history, domestic or global economic conditions, activities of competitors and the presence of new or additional competition, and changes in International, Federal or State laws, restrictions and regulations on doing business in foreign countries and conditions of equity markets.

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