SOURCE: Atlantis Technology Group

August 14, 2009 09:05 ET

Atlantis Technology Group's CEO Cancels 6,662,448 of His Own Free Trading Shares Previously Purchased Through the Open Market

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - August 14, 2009) - Atlantis Technology Group (PINKSHEETS: ATNO) CEO Christopher M. Dubeau has submitted paperwork to cancel 6,662,448 of his own free trading shares previously purchased through the open market to the company treasury thus reducing the issued and outstanding shares as well as the public float.

Information concerning the purchase of these shares can be found in the latest form 4 filed on August 4th, 2009 by the CEO on the SEC website here:

CEO Christopher M. Dubeau states, "I am very pleased to return to the company treasury 6,662,448 shares I have previously purchased through the open market for the benefit of the current shareholders as well as the company." Mr. Dubeau went on to state, "We will continue to work towards reducing more of the current issued and outstanding shares."


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

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