SOURCE: MicroTRAK GPS, Inc.

April 05, 2007 10:08 ET

Former and Incoming CFO of Tracking Corp. to Be Interviewed by MN1

DALLAS, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 5, 2007 -- Walter "Wally" Stock, former President, CFO and Director of The Tracking Corporation (PINKSHEETS: MIOK), and Tilmon Kreiling, Jr., Ph.D., newly appointed CFO of Tracking Corp., will be interviewing in-house at Market News First (www.mn1.com) in an exclusive live interview with the MN1 news team. The interview will take place Thursday, April 5, 2007 at 3:30 pm CDT.

The company announced in a press release on March 30, 2007, that Mr. Stock has resigned as President, Chief Financial Officer and Director of The Tracking Corporation and its subsidiary MicroTRAK GPS, Inc., effective March 31, 2007.

In a press release dated April 3, 2007, the company announced the appointment of Mr. Kreiling as the new Chief Financial Officer of The Tracking Corp. and its subsidiary MicroTRAK GPS, Inc.

In the interview, the two plan to touch on MicroTRAK's general direction after the passing of the torch and highlight some of the company's future goals.

MicroTRAK GPS, an operating subsidiary of The Tracking Corporation, is a Dallas-based total solutions provider, with ventures in the asset tracking and vehicle recovery markets. MicroTRAK functions as a multi-faceted corporation focusing on a turn-key approach. This level of dedication provides them with expertise in developing, designing, providing, manufacturing, distributing and servicing GPS technology and products. If you are interested in viewing additional information on The Tracking Corporation, please visit the website at: www.microtrakgps.com.

MIOK will be interviewed in-house at Market News First (www.mn1.com) today at 3:30 pm CDT.

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