SOURCE: Guardian Angel Group

August 18, 2008 08:30 ET

Guardian Angel Group Looks to Build on Contracts and Relationships in Global Airport and Maritime Sectors

IRVING, TX--(Marketwire - August 18, 2008) - Guardian Angel Group (PINKSHEETS: GAGI) through the acquisition of Alea Holdings LLC has assumed two (2) contracts and on-going relationships with the Houston Airport Development Corporation (HASDC) and with M-PACT. HASDC and M-PACT give Guardian Angel Group solid partners in the global airport and maritime space. Guardian Angel Group will look to work with these partners to aggressively market the INTELOS software product globally under the existing Intelos Airports and Intelos Maritime co-branded products. These contracts give Guardian Angel Group access to two very large and very high profile global infrastructure sectors -- Airports and Ports/maritime compliance and security.

--  Houston Airport Development Corporation (HASDC) has a marketing and
    licensing contract with Alea, now Guardian Angel Group, in the global
    airport sector. According to Jeff Scheferman, President & CEO of HASDC,
    "The Intelos Airport risk analysis solution allows for more efficient and
    effective management of security and operations risk data in a real time
    format. Data that was previously collected through cumbersome paper-based
    documentation and numerous meetings, is now dynamically collected which
    allows for more effective management of asset exposures." Scheferman goes
    on to say, "As a result, Intelos provides standard, quantifiable and
    defensible data for insurance and financial partners, efficient allocation
    of our annual security budget, as well as significant cost savings."
    
--  M-PACT, a well respected global maritime compliance and security firm
    has a marketing and licensing contract with Alea, now Guardian Angel
    Group, in the global maritime compliance sector. M-PACT will use the
    Intelos assessment software and customize it to address global maritime
    security and compliance exposures.  M-PACT has excellent contacts
    within Department of Homeland Security (DHS), US Coast Guard, Maine
    Maritime Academy and several global ports and maritime companies.
    Maritime law includes multiple industries and not only ports.  M-PACT
    looks to leverage the Intelos product into a multitude of opportunities
    globally under the "maritime umbrella" of exposures and compliance
    issues.
    

Chairman of Guardian Angel Group, Shaun P. Ryan, states, "This software technology will be the cornerstone of the Guardian Angel Group platform and will give us immediate visibility and market recognition within two major industries -- airports and maritime/ports on which to build and leverage our global business. The global airport and port sectors alone represent billions of dollars of future development and security requirements. Once we conduct the assessments, there will be multiple sales and revenue opportunities for us through security services, sale of insurance products, software licensing and on-going consulting."

ABOUT GUARDIAN ANGEL GROUP

Guardian Angel Group is a risk analysis, risk pricing and risk mitigation firm committed to delivering annual cost savings and overall enhanced operational efficiencies to the global infrastructure community. Guardian Angel Group defines "global infrastructure" as those organizations who; finance, insure, own or manage infrastructure assets and projects. Guardian Angel looks to establish a global footprint through acquisition or strategic partnerships in Asia, Central and South America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Guardian Angel Group growth goals are tied to assessments (accurately defining risk and quantifying financial and operational efficiency); the mitigation of those identified risks using physical security services (humanitarian aid, training, etc), engineering operational services; and risk retention in the form of proprietary insurance products.

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