SOURCE: Solutions Group, Inc.

February 23, 2011 16:02 ET

Motorcoach Safety Operator of the Year Award Recipient Chooses Idrive

SANTA BARBARA, CA--(Marketwire - February 23, 2011) -  Idrive Monitoring Systems, a subsidiary of Solutions Group, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SOLU) announced that the Classic Transportation and Hampton Luxury Liner who recently won the motorcoach safety operator of the year award uses the IdriveX1 Camera system in all of their fleet.

"Idrive is thrilled by Classic's achievement and is glad that we were able to contribute in small part to the success," stated Stefan Dragomir, Idrive's President. "It is a very well-run company with an excellent safety record," he continued.

Classic Transportation and Hampton Luxury Liner is a motorcoach transportation business in New York and surrounding areas that is known for safety and quality of service. Classic recently won the motorcoach safety operator of the year award presented annually by the United Motorcoach Association. This award is presented to the individual who is actively engaged in the industry and who has demonstrated achievements for their company. Bill Schoolman, CEO of Classic Transportation, remarked, "I am thrilled to be recognized by the UMA and Daecher Consulting for our accomplishments using technology for improving safety in motorcoach transportation; Idrive was an invaluable part of that technology."

About Solutions Group, Inc.: (SGI) is a provider of products focused around the Automotive and Transportation Safety Industries. SGI strives to create value for its shareholders by leveraging its core engineering competencies into other opportunities including royalty partnerships, intellectual property creation and selective acquisitions.

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