SOURCE: Medical Institutional Services Holdings, Inc.

August 05, 2008 08:30 ET

Medical Institutional Services Holdings, Inc. Announces Business Transformation

FLORENCE, CO--(Marketwire - August 5, 2008) - Medical Institutional Services Holdings (PINKSHEETS: MIHS) announces today that the company will undergo a total transformation which will change its distribution focus from medical supplies to security products.

The new corporation will be called In Control Security. It will supply products from three main electronic security classes that include intrusion detection & security screening, video management & intelligent video and access control & identity management.

It is estimated that the company will raise up to $50,000 in revenue per month by selling its security packages. Each package will contain a digital recorder and surveillance cameras. In Control Security will have an online store that targets security integrators and contractors.

The plan is to supply the market with the best security technologies at the best possible price, meanwhile, keeping in focus higher profit margins through a strong organization of local professionals.

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