SOURCE: Evans Systems, Inc.

August 13, 2007 08:30 ET

Evans Systems, Inc. Signs Agreement With Billboard Licensee

ASHEVILLE, NC--(Marketwire - August 13, 2007) - Evans Systems, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: EVSY) has signed BMA Partners, LLC, d/b/a Billboard Music Academy, to a management and financial consulting agreement to assist BMA management in its funding-raising and other administrative services. The Company announced this development at the FSX Conference in Washington, D.C. as part of its "three-tier" approach to creating revenue for the company moving forward.

BMA Partners, operating under a long term license agreement with Billboard Magazine, is developing a revolutionary music education program supported by a unique social networking community. BMA Partners plans to launch the Billboard Music Academy in early 2008.

"Billboard is the leading brand in the music industry," commented Frank Moody, President of Evans Systems. "BMA Partners has created a wonderful concept for an Internet community that anyone interested in music will embrace. We look forward to working with BMA management on this exciting new venture."

About Evans Systems, Inc.:

Evans Systems, Inc. is an emerging out of home new media advertising Company operating the Child Watch Network (CWN). CWN delivers time-sensitive missing children information while providing a dynamic digital signage network for advertisers to reach on-the-go consumers with a targeted effective medium. Recently, the Company has acquired the international rights to market and sell Boondoggle Sports Network. The Company will initially focus on establishing a presence in the United Kingdom and will utilize management's experience and contacts to expand into other European countries.

On August 1, 2007, Evans Systems Inc. filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division (Docket Number 3-07CV1332-D) against Evans's former directors, Fredrick Wicks, Brian D. Riley, and Ian Riley. Evans alleges that on October 11. 2006 Wicks, Riley, and Riley issued to Homeland Integrated Security Systems, Inc. 31 million shares of EVSY stock for no compensation and without a legitimate business purpose. Further, Evans alleges that Wicks, Riley, and Riley were beneficiaries of the stock issuance, and that the transaction constituted self dealing in violation of Wicks', Riley's, and Riley's duties to the Company. Evans seeks to recover the illegitimately issued shares that were distributed to Wicks, Riley, and Riley, as well as the monetary value of all 31 million shares as of the date they were issued. Should Evans prevail in its claims against Wicks, Riley, and Riley, Evans intends to retire any shares its recovers and use the monetary reward to buy back and retire the illegitimately issued shares.

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