SOURCE: Atlantis Technology Group

January 14, 2008 09:15 ET

Christopher Dubeau Named President and CEO of Atlantis Technology Group by Board of Directors

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO--(Marketwire - January 14, 2008) - Technology company Atlantis Technology Group (OTCBB: ATNO) is pleased to announce today Christopher Dubeau was recently appointed President and CEO of the Company. The Board of Directors met last week and unanimously came to the decision.

Outgoing President Tim DeHerrera, who was named Senior Vice President, stated, "I'm pleased Mr. Dubeau is re-joining the organization. Chris is a man with great forward vision in the technology sector, which is the arena in which we are focusing our future. The Board of Directors is looking forward to all the interesting business opportunities on the horizon."


Atlantis Technology Group was formed to develop privately held and publicly traded technology companies focusing on high-growth investments at the leading edge of business and technological innovation.

Atlantis Technology Group is engaged in providing debt and equity financing to public and private companies, as well as private equity funds, for working capital, acquisitions, management buyouts, projects and special situations within the newly announced target area. The Company's management intends to aggressively pursue new acquisitions that would enhance the existing portfolio of investments and that would be expected to enhance shareholder value through capital appreciation and dividend payments to the Company. Atlantis Technology Group intends to offer its clients a "one stop shop" of equity and senior, subordinated, structured and mezzanine debt to realize their business development objectives.

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    Tim DeHerrera