SOURCE: Protocall Technologies, Inc.

July 14, 2010 09:30 ET

Protocall Technologies, Inc. Moving Ahead in Corporate Agenda

DALLAS, TX--(Marketwire - July 14, 2010) -  Protocall Technologies, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: PCLI) is pleased to announce that the company is moving forward in several key areas:

  • Domicile Issues -- Domicile changes are being completed and should be finished on or before July 16, 2010.

  • Transfer Agent Issues -- Transfer Agent is completely up to date. Company has paid all delinquent fees, and sorted out all previously existing owed transfer agent fees. Any existing debts have been deemed solved.

  • The company is in the process of updating with the company's current information and is moving as quickly as possible to become "PinkSheets Current Information Compliant." The company anticipates this process to be completed some time in August 2010.

  • In depth plans for observation and discussion of possible future asset acquisitions.

  • Interview candidates & assets for acquisition / merger, as well as projecting business plan for current company assets.

  • The company is currently in the process of absolving past debts, as well as working with the company's securities council and securities advisory staff to explore feasible options of recapitalization and to bring shareholder value back to the forefront of the company's agenda.

  • The company is in the process of scheduling a shareholders' conference call for an overview of company operations to include Mark Embry, CEO, as well as other key officers and operational staff. The company has tentatively scheduled a target date for the week of July 26, 2010.

  • The company is in the process of targeting a date for a shareholders' "Open House" to be held at the company's offices and production facility located in Dallas, Texas.

  • Concentrate the company's marketing on new client and government awareness to feature Integrated Armor's state-of-the-art technologies.

  • The company has no plans at this time for changes in public structure, name change or CUSIP change. These subjects are planned for discussion after the conference call tentatively scheduled for July 26, 2010.

If you should have any questions regarding these latest company developments please contact the IR representative at Integrated Armor Solutions, Richard Markle at 325-792-4698.

About Protocall Technologies: Protocall Technologies, Inc.'s (PINKSHEETS: PCLI) chief asset is Integrated Armor Systems (IAS) which specializes in the design and manufacturing of a wide array of ballistic, blast, and Improvised Explosive Device (IED) resistant and protective products.

IAS is a U.S. Army Certified (Aberdeen, MD, April 2008) manufacturer of a patented & proprietary, prefabricated, portable, self contained IED Defeat System(s) and Bomb Blast Mitigation System(s) for both new and pre-existing IT Buildings, bunkers, structures, and Hard Asset Enclosures.

IAS manufactures a vast assortment of IED resistant and ballistic protected "armored" vehicles and vehicle seats, ranging from domestic and imported passenger vehicles to SUV, SWAT, Military, and Specialty Vehicles.

The company's website can be found at The company's main manufacturing facility and corporate headquarters are located in Dallas, Texas at 11567 Hillguard Rd. Shareholders can reach the company for further information by calling (214) 221-4469.

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