SOURCE: NavStar Technologies, Inc.

NavStar Technologies, Inc.

January 27, 2011 09:13 ET

NavStar Technologies to Join New Jersey and North Carolina Trucking Associations and Announces Booth Number for Mid American Truck Show

ANAHEIM, CA--(Marketwire - January 27, 2011) - NavStar Technologies, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: NVSR), a company focused on producing and commercializing products and services for tracking/monitoring and reporting on the location and condition of high value cargo and other assets, today announced it is joining both the New Jersey Motor Truck Association and the North Carolina Trucking Association. This will give the company access to over 900 trucking companies and 2000 members in the trucking industry. As a member, NavStar will also be able to advertise their EOBR product directly to industry drivers and executives in both states.

NavStar has chosen these two states to introduce their EOBR product to a specific geographic area, in a specific time frame. The company will focus their attention on creating awareness of their EOBR product, in these states, as a means of judging a larger rollout in the spring. New Jersey and North Carolina both have a very large, very diversified trucking industry, with both large and small trucking companies. NavStar will attempt to introduce their product, and determine the interest level of EOBRs in general, and NavStar's EOBR in particular.

NavStar is also pleased to announce they will be in booth # 66153 at the Mid American Truck Show (MATS) from March 31 to April 2, 2011 in Lexington, Kentucky. The MATS show is the largest heavy duty truck show in the world, and NavStar is pleased to be an exhibitor to showcase their EOBR to the trucking industry.

About NavStar Technologies, Inc.:

NavStar ( is focused on the creation of products and services that provide tracking and monitoring of trucks, vehicles, high value cargo, equipment, and other valuable and personal assets.

About the Mid America Trucking Show (MATS):

The Mid-America Trucking Show ( began in the early 1970s, when a private management group was formed by Paul K. Young to create the largest and most diversified trucking show in the United States of America. The first Mid-America Trucking Show was held in 1972 with 83 Exhibitors and 4000 visitors in attendance.

About the North Carolina Trucking Association:

The North Carolina Trucking Association is committed to safety on our state's highways. With over 500 companies, NCTA represents the unified trucking industry of North Carolina.

About the New Jersey Truck Association:

NJMTA was founded in 1914 to protect and promote the interests of the New Jersey trucking industry. The association represents over 450 fleets operating in New Jersey that employ well over 40,000 people as well as 200 Allied Members that serve the trucking industry.

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