SOURCE: InvestSource Communications, Incorporated

July 11, 2006 09:10 ET

TRAC Financial Group Hits CEOCorner at InvestSourceInc.com

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 11, 2006 -- InvestSource Communications, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: IVSR) invites the public to hear what Jim Shipley, CEO of TRAC Financial Group, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: TCFG) has to say about his company. Mr. Shipley was interviewed on a recent installment of CEOCorner, "The Fastest 60 Seconds in the Small Cap Market." Details of the interview can be heard at the company profile of TRAC Financial Group on the InvestSource Communications (ISC) website at www.investsourceinc.com.

In this brief but comprehensive interview, Mr. Shipley discussed features of TRAC Financial Group that he believes make his company unique. He described the advantages of TRAC Financial's approach of integrating and consolidating traditional mortgage brokers under one umbrella, enabling growth and expansion while at the same time improving and building upon the pre-existing foundation of customer service. He was confident in the opportunities present in the market, pointing out that there are currently more than 44,000 small- and medium-size mortgage brokers in the U.S. He was also upbeat about the ability of the TRAC Financial business model to accommodate customer demands and needs and to offer competitive advantages regarding, among other things, interest rates.

About TRAC Financial Group, Inc.

TRAC Financial Group, Inc. is a financial services holding company which currently provides mortgage services through a wholly owned subsidiary, Segway Financial, and through joint venture relationships with other mortgage companies. TRAC Financial Group, Inc. intends to actively pursue acquisition and merger candidates, not only in the mortgage industry, but also in other consumer-oriented sectors of the economy. TRAC Investments, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary, expects to operate as a Real Estate Investment Trust, investing in both income producing real estate and mortgages.

About InvestSource Communications, Inc.:

ISC is a multimedia relations/public relations firm that specializes in bringing small and micro cap public and private companies to the attention of the general public. InvestSource Communications believes that there are hosts of undervalued companies that don't get the exposure they deserve, and because of their size, have been overlooked by the larger marketing companies. Many of them have solid business plans, work in potentially highly lucrative niche markets, and have superb growth potential. It is the mission of ISC to empower these companies to reap fully all of the benefits of public exposure. For more information visit the corporate website at www.investsourceinc.com.

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