SOURCE: Tytan Holdings, Inc.

Tytan Holdings, Inc.

March 04, 2010 12:51 ET

Tytan CEO Sees Revenues up, Predicts Further Growth

Tytan International, Inc. CEO Mark Leonard Has Seen a Significant Revenue Growth So Far in 2010 and Is Currently Estimating About a 43% Gain Year Over Year

KALAMA, WA--(Marketwire - March 4, 2010) - Tytan International, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: TYTN) CEO Mark Leonard has seen a significant revenue growth so far in 2010 and is currently estimating about a 43% gain year over year. Continued positive sales results will accelerate the corporate growth strategies which include opening new stores in Washington, Oregon and California before marching east with its highly popular Tytan tractor product line.

When asked about what guides his growth plans for Tytan, CEO Mark Leonard said:

"What drives our overall strategy is a total commitment to real customer service. There is no point in selling any product unless it is backed by customer service. Our commitment will propel Tytan to a position of industry leadership."

For the immediate term Tytan International, Inc. is set to open at least four new stores on the west coast of the United States this year. Long term goals include a full national presence.

Tytan International, Inc. is an exclusive manufacturer, importer, and distributor of small to mid size tractors and related equipment. It also holds three patents on technology that improves tractor performance and which give Tytan a competitive edge. Tytan International, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tytan Holdings, Inc., a public company currently traded on the over the counter (pink sheet) market under the symbol TYTN.

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