SOURCE: PTA Holdings, Inc.

July 10, 2007 10:00 ET

PTA Holdings, Inc. Integrates Its V-Flow Fuel Maximizer, Inc. Acquisition; V-Flow Developed Revolutionary Hydrogen Fuel Saving System to Increase Gas Mileage by Up to 50% for the Automotive and

Truck Industry

CLEVELAND, GA--(Marketwire - July 10, 2007) - PTA Holdings, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: PTAH) announced today that its ProFlow subsidiary has integrated V-Flow Fuel Maximizer, Inc. and its proprietary patent-pending state of the art Hydrogen/Oxygen Generating Component for increasing internal combustion engines' fuel efficiency (averaging 40 to 55% plus increase) for the automotive and trucking industry. ProFlow is a Georgia-based multi-location Automotive Service Center that specializes in the repair and maintenance of domestic, foreign and diesel cars and trucks. ProFlow launched this new division to round out the services that it provides to its customer base. PTA Holdings, Inc. is a publicly traded holding company that is primarily engaged in several sectors of the automotive industry with a concentration in new technologies.

The V-Flow Fuel Maximizer has a significant head start on the hydrogen industry. Victor Navarro, the founder of V-Flow, commented, "We feel that most autos of the future will run on strictly hydrogen, but we have the niche for retrofitting all existing fuel burning vehicles on the road today."

The exhaust created from The V-Flow Fuel Maximizer component itself happens to be virtually pure oxygen, thus creating a cleaner environment. By harnessing the great power of water we will extend our fuel resources much further into the future.

ProFlow, since inception, has been led by a NASCAR Winston Cup Winning experienced management team. ProFlow has been developing and designing procedures for the automobile industry that can have a dramatic effect on fuel consumption. ProFlow hired Mr. Victor Navarro to lead the ProFlow Paint Systems™ division. Mr. Navarro has over 30 years of experience in operating successful show quality automotive collision and paint facilities. Mr. Navarro's expertise is widely regarded and he has overseen the restoration of antique, super luxury and show cars from car enthusiasts and celebrities nationwide.

About PTA Holdings, Inc.:

PTA Holdings, Inc. ("PTA") is a diversified holding company with a core focus in the automotive industry. The Company acquired ProFlow, Inc. in April 2007. ProFlow, Inc. is a Georgia-based multi-location Automotive Service Center that specializes in the repair and maintenance of domestic, foreign and diesel cars. ProFlow, since inception, has been led by a NASCAR Winston Cup Winning experienced management team. ProFlow has developed and designed fuel saving processes, for the automobile industry that can have a dramatic effect on fuel consumption. ProFlow is aggressively approaching successful future technologies for fuel mileage in the complete automotive and Diesel industry. PTA's website is www.ptaholdings.com.

Using the economic capital and strength from becoming a public company, the Company intends to grow its ProFlow division into an industry leader. The Company is embarking upon an "Acquisition and Roll Up" strategy in order to take advantage of the fractious business landscape currently existing within the automotive repair and fuel service centers. Management maintains that as a public entity, it is ideally positioned to initiate a "roll up" of these centers which it anticipates will dramatically increase the Company's revenues and net income. A secondary benefit of acquiring independent automotive repair centers is the ability to cross-sell complementary products and services into those distribution channels with direct purchaser contact.

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