SOURCE: Highline Technical Innovations, Inc.

February 04, 2011 09:20 ET

Highline Technical Innovations Wildcat 9000 Seminar at High Plains Journal's Alternative Energy Day in Garden City, Kansas

FARMINGTON, AR--(Marketwire - February 4, 2011) - Highline Technical Innovations (PINKSHEETS: HLNT) -- Highline Technical Innovations presented a Wildcat 9000 seminar at High Plains Journal's Alternative Energy Day at the Garden City Farm Show, which ran January 27, 28 & 29. Radio interview spots were heard regionally leading up to the event. CFO Mel Robinson spoke on the company's product line to show attendees on Thursday, January 27, 2011. He also provided interviews with a number of television and radio stations, including KSN channel 3, Kiowa County Media Center and KIUL News Radio 1240. HTI maintained a booth at the Finney County Expo Buildings. Other speakers featured at the show included Brandon Prough with the USDA Rural Development & Energy of America Program and Dale Rodman, Kansas Secretary of Agriculture.

HTI dealer, Joe Mentlick, Flying Eagle Express of Colby, Kansas with cooperation from KIUL News Radio 1240 was successful in establishing a formidable awareness of the Wildcat systems at the farm show. Four HTI dealers representing the region attended the show. Mr. Mentlick led the dealers in sales with an overall combined total of over $140,000 for the three-day event. Mr. Mentlick said, "The show was very good and interest was overwhelming. Everyone understands the high energy cost and how this product will better their bottom line." HTI's senior sales manager, Mike Feemster, who assisted the dealers representing the company reported, "We met and talked to many people resulting in selling our inventory on hand and requiring us to ship the remaining orders. The enthusiasm for our product was so great that people were buying them while we were walking to the van at night after the day's session." 

As a result of the success of the show, Mr. Mentlick has already retained a 40x40 location at the 3iShow, Wednesday thru Friday, May 4th, 5th and 6th, 2011. The 3iShow boasts being the largest show of its kind in Kansas. The show will be held in Great Bend, Kansas. HTI CEO Charlton Coats stated, "The farm shows complement our intense advertising campaign in the Great Plains or what is known as the 'bread basket' of the United States. Our advertising dollars spent on the states between North Dakota and Texas has exceeded our expectations enough to focus more resources on this agriculturally rich region."

In addition, HTI reported it had the privilege of donating a Wildcat 9000 hydrogen supplemental system for a drawing that benefited the Kansas Special Olympics and has become a sponsor for the event. The mission of Kansas Special Olympics is dedicated to empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to become physically fit, productive and respected members of society through sports competitions, health and nutrition programs and leadership development.

The Wildcat 9000 Hydrogen Fuel Injection System can cut fuel costs 30% and reduce harmful emission 50% by injecting hydrogen into the air intake system of a variety of applications utilizing gas or diesel engines.

The Wildcat 9000 is easy to install, low maintenance and is self contained. It starts reducing fuel consumption immediately. The Wildcat 9000 is compatible with all diesel engines and will not affect manufacturer's warranty. It is low maintenance and requires adding a quart of distilled water every 300 to 600 hours of run time. The Wildcat 9000 features a one year replacement warranty.

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About Highline Technical Innovations, Inc:
HTI is comprised of three subsidiaries, Highline Hydrogen Hybrid, Bo-tie Manufacturing and Hoss Motorsports. Highline Hydrogen Hybrids (HHHI) manufactures performance fuel systems that focus on reducing harmful emission levels to meet and exceed EPA quotas. Its effect on horsepower and fuel economy makes it good to be green. Bo-tie Manufacturing produces high grade aluminum truck beds that supersede conventional steel models. At half the weight, Bo-tie beds provide greater fuel economy or larger payloads. Hoss Motor Sports is focused on the production of OFF-ROAD vehicles that are built to withstand the punishment of everyday commercial use and are customized to meet the needs of special interest groups. HTI is a publicly traded corporation, dedicated to producing innovative, high quality products that allow today's motorists to "Do More...With Less."

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