SOURCE: International Consolidated Companies, Inc.

International Consolidated Companies, Inc.

January 14, 2010 09:37 ET

Daniel W. Swinehart Joins INCC as Vice President Acquisitions and Integration

SARASOTA, FL and PHILADELPHIA, PA--(Marketwire - January 14, 2010) - International Consolidated Companies, Inc. (OTCBB: INCC) today announced that the company has appointed Daniel W. Swinehart, CPA, to the position of Vice President Acquisitions and Integration.

"Daniel's expertise is critical to identifying beneficial acquisition opportunities for INCC that will allow us to grow our offerings and capabilities," stated Antonio F. Uccello, III, President and CEO of International Consolidated Companies, Inc. "His acumen is assessing and analyzing acquisition targets and then integrating completed acquisitions into the INCC framework is going to be critical to the growth of our organization and revenues and profits."

Daniel W. Swinehart is a Certified Public Accountant with experience in International Financial Reporting, Mergers & Acquisitions and Strategic Planning. Prior to joining INCC he served as Vice President of Finance and Human Resources for Pendo Systems, Inc., where he drove finance, human resources and corporate administration for domestic and international operations. From 2003 to 2008 Mr. Swinehart served as Chief Administration Officer for Upstream (which in 2003 acquired Rosenbluth International, where Mr. Swinehart worked as Director of Finance and Controller since 1999) managing all global corporate finance, human resources and administrative functions.

Mr. Swinehart served as a Tax Accountant with John J. Heck and Associates, an Auditor for GSA-OIG and an Internal Auditor for Holman Enterprises. He has a Bachelors of Business Administration and Accounting from Harding University.

About International Consolidated Companies, Inc.

International Consolidated Companies, Inc. is ( a publicly traded company listed under the symbol 'INCC'. INCC's focus is on acquiring and operating businesses that enhance and expand their Business Process Services (BPS) offerings. 121 Direct Response ( is a wholly-owned subsidiary of INCC offering full-service direct response consulting, idea development, and campaign execution organization. With over 600 employees and outbound and inbound contact center stations; a full-service direct mail design, printing, fulfillment, and mailing facility; and direct response expertise in nonprofit and commercial direct marketing, 121 can provide its clients with turnkey direct response service excellence.

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