SOURCE: International Consolidated Companies, Inc.

November 19, 2009 08:33 ET

INCC Reports Third-Quarter 2009 Revenue of $5.46 Million and Income of $339,324

SARASOTA, FL--(Marketwire - November 19, 2009) - International Consolidated Companies, Inc. (OTCBB: INCC), a growing provider of business process outsourcing (BPO) solutions and teleservices, announced today third-quarter 2009 financial results.

Third Quarter 2009 Financial Highlights:

--  Third quarter 2009 revenues of $5.5 million and gross profit of $2.2
--  Third quarter 2009 net income increased to $339,324 as compared to a
    loss of ($251,701) for the corresponding third quarter of 2008.

Third Quarter 2009 Operational Highlights:

--  INCC Subsidiary 121 Direct Response received accreditation from the
    American Teleservices Association (ATA) Self Regulatory Organization (SRO)
--  121 Direct Response was also honored with Comcast's 'Award for
    Compliance Excellence' as the top Outbound Teleservices Vendor

"This quarter represents a significant milestone for INCC and our shareholders. Our February 2009 acquisition of 121 Direct Response moved us aggressively into the BPO Teleservices arena and we are pleased to report that our focus on driving operational efficiencies throughout corporate and subsidiary operations has resulted in a profitable quarter," stated Antonio F. Uccello, III, President and CEO of International Consolidated Companies, Inc. "Going forward we look forward to expanding our BPO services offerings through adding additional capabilities and acquisitions."

The Company's Form 10-Q for the quarter ended September 30, 2009 is available online at

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, 1 2 1 can provide its clients with turnkey direct response service excellence.

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