SOURCE: Titan General Holdings Inc.

June 28, 2005 13:30 ET

Ventures-National Inc. d.b.a. Titan General Holdings Announces Appointment of Two New Members to Its Board of Directors

J. Frank Martin Resigns as Member of Titan's Board of Directors

FREMONT, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- June 28, 2005 -- Ventures-National Inc. d.b.a. Titan General Holdings Inc. ("Titan") (OTC BB: TTGH) today announced that J. Frank Martin resigned as a member of the Board of Directors of Titan, together with any committees of or appointed by the Board. This resignation was not the result of any disagreement between Titan and Mr. Martin. Concurrent with this resignation, Titan has appointed Curtis Okumura, and Stephen Saul Kennedy, both senior members of Titan's management, to its Board of Directors.

"Titan appreciates Frank's service and we wish him well. The appointment of Curtis and Saul to our Board of Directors aligns our Board with those individuals most integrally involved in the management of Titan. In the near future we expect to announce the expansion of our board to appoint additional independent members to our Board," said David Marks, Titan Chairman.

About Ventures National Inc. d.b.a. Titan General Holdings Inc. ("TTGH"): Titan, www.titanpcb.com, is a printed circuit board manufacturer providing competitively priced time-sensitive, quality products to the commercial and military electronics markets. The Company offers high-layer count, fine- line production of rigid, rigid-flex and flex PCBs. Titan targets quick turn and standard delivery needs from prototype, pre-production through production, using various standard and advanced materials. Titan combines the strengths of its design for manufacturing (DFM), repetitive quality and supportive customer service with an extremely cost effective pricing structure. With this competitive edge, Titan is not only a reliable resource for all printed circuit board requirements but also a technical source unmatched in today's PCB supply chain.

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