SOURCE: Atlantis Technology Group

August 17, 2009 08:30 ET

Atlantis Technology Group's Board of Directors Unanimously Agrees to Increase the Forward Split to 1 for 10

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - August 17, 2009) - The Atlantis Technology Group (PINKSHEETS: ATNO) Board of Directors has approved to increase the forward split to 1 for 10 at a special Board of Directors meeting that was held on August 15th, 2009. What this means is that for every 1 share of Atlantis that the shareholder invests in, and additional 10 shares of Atlantis will be given to them with no supplemental dues. The current record date for the forward split is September 1st, 2009. There will be no minimum share requirements for the forward split to take affect. The only stipulation in place is that the shares must be held up until the end of business on the 1st of September in order to take part in this forward split. As aforementioned, this forward split was agreed unanimously upon by the Board of Directors. Atlantis Technology Group has the aptitude to commit to their shareholders and their immediate satisfaction.

The Board of Directors feels that this forward split will provide the opportunity for investors to become shareholders of Atlantis Technology Group as well as give current shareholders more value in Atlantis Technology Group.

To send your questions or comments about this approval by the Board of Directors of the 1 for 10 forward split please email pr@atlantistechnologygroup.com.

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