SOURCE: CelLynx Group, Inc.

March 22, 2010 12:20 ET

CelLynx Launches Southern California Ad Campaign

MISSION VIEJO, CA--(Marketwire - March 22, 2010) -  CelLynx Group, Inc. (OTCBB: CYNX) (www.cellynx.com), a leading producer and marketer of 5BARz™ cell signal amplification devices, today announced the launch of a new integrated Southern California advertising campaign. The campaign, which runs through April, uses online ads, social media and special events to engage millions of consumers who experience today's mobile phone bandwidth crunch and are driving demand for cellular network extenders. 

The advertising campaign features Leo Laporte, named last month as number 12 on Forbes.com's Top 25 Web Celebs, endorsing the 5BARz Road Warrior. He tested the 5BARz Road Warrior at home and on the road. "I use 5BARz," Laporte says. "It works with virtually all wireless carriers and can boost internet speed up to 20 times. 5BARz is a simple plug 'n play design with no external antenna and no installation for use in home, office or car."

The campaign will air 15-second and 30-second spots on KFI AM radio explaining how 5BARz helps consumers achieve faster mobile internet and clearer calls in cellular dread zones. KFI AM Radio 640 reaches more than 1.5 million adult listeners each week in all of Southern California including Los Angeles, Orange County and the Inland Empire, featuring award-winning radio personalities Bill Handel, John and Ken and "the Tech Guy" Leo Laporte. The 5BARz ads are running on Handel on the Law, the John and Ken Show, and Leo Laporte's The Tech Guy Labs. www.kfi640.com

"As the car commuter capital of the nation, Southern California is the ideal location for our first 5BARz market launch. Californians spend an extraordinary amount of time in traffic trying to be productive. Dropped calls and poor reception makes the commute more frustrating and even dangerous by attempting re-dials," says Barry George, CMO, CelLynx. "Slow-and-go is for traffic reports, not mobile phones and wireless devices. 5BARz turns dread zones into productivity zones.

 "The bandwidth crunch for cell phone users is well documented," Mr. George continued. "And each new smartphone, netbook, eReader, and phone added to the network increases the problem exponentially. We appreciate that experts on consumer electronics like Leo Laporte are endorsing our 5BARz device to solving cellular 'slow-and-go' for Southern California consumer and commuters."

CelLynx 5BARz invites people to join the cellular dread zone debate on our blog on www.5BARz.com focusing on technology solutions that eliminate cellular dread zones in cars, homes and offices, allowing cell phone users to be always on, always fully connected, anytime, anywhere.

About KFI AM 640
KFI AM 640 is consistently the leader year after year in Arbitron ratings as the #1 News Talk station in Southern California. KFI has been bestowed many honors of recognition and most recently won 2008 "Radio & Records" News/Talk/Sports and the Countries Best in the following categories: BEST News/Talk station BEST local host -- Bill Handel; Best syndicated host -- Rush Limbaugh; Best Program Director, and Best General Manager. KFI swept the "R&R" awards for 2008 and is the 2008 Marconi winner for News Talk stations in the country.

About CelLynx Group, Inc.
Headquartered in Mission Viejo, California, CelLynx produces and markets breakthrough plug 'n play mobile phone cell signal amplification technology. (See www.5BARz.com). CelLynx 5BARz™ Road Warrior is the first portable, plug 'n play device delivering faster internet and clearer calls to mobile phones being used indoors or in vehicles. 

Unlike competing technologies, CelLynx's patent-pending 5BARz™ technology does not require any installation, outside antennas or cables. It capitalizes on widespread customer dissatisfaction with indoor and vehicular cell phone coverage, and on the phenomenal worldwide growth of voice, data and video applications on cellular networks. The 5BARz Road Warrior is fully compliant with FCC regulations and its patent-pending low power emissions make the unit transparent to cellular networks.

Forward-Looking Statement
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These risk factors are set forth in the Company's Form 8-K filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on July 30, 2008 and may be covered in subsequent filings with the SEC. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance upon these forward-looking statements that speak only as of the date of this press release. The Company undertakes no obligation to update publicly any forward-looking statements to reflect new information, events or circumstances after the date of this press release or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events.

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