InterCore, Inc. (OTCQB: ICOR) Deploys DADS(TM) Units to Enzo Energy Services

Encino, California, UNITED STATES

DELRAY BEACH, FL--(Marketwired - Jun 16, 2015) -  InterCore, Inc. (OTCQB: ICOR) is pleased to announce that it has begun to deploy its fatigue monitoring Driver Alertness Detection System™ (DADS™) service in trucks of Enzo Energy Services. Enzo Energy Services specializes in dangerous goods fluid hauling, specifically acid and oilfield chemicals, and is highly regarded in the industry for its strong focus on safety.

"We are thrilled to be partnering with Enzo Energy Services to provide the DADS fatigue monitoring service, ultimately throughout their fleet," said James F. Groelinger, President and CEO of InterCore. "Our fatigue detection product offers the advance warnings needed to mitigate the risk of drowsy driving, a problem that has been receiving increasing attention globally."

"The safety of our drivers, our cargo, and the communities where we operate is our top priority," said Casey Johnson, President and CEO of Enzo Energy Services. "We are delighted to work with InterCore and are pleased to reinforce our commitment to safety by using the most progressive and easy-to-install technology available."

About InterCore, Inc.
InterCore, Inc. (OTCQB: ICOR) is a public company focused on the commercialization and deployment of DADS™ and related products through its wholly owned subsidiaries, InterCore Canada Research and InterCore Development Canada. Designed around proprietary alertness detection technologies, DADS™ helps alert operators on their fatigue levels based on real-time monitoring of their state of alertness. See

About Enzo Energy Services
Enzo Energy Services is an Alberta-based chemical and acid hauling company. With specific expertise in dangerous goods combined with a drive to provide unsurpassed customer service, Enzo is a supplier of choice in its industry. Enzo services clients throughout British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan.

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