Vinoble, Inc.

February 25, 2005 11:04 ET

Vinoble COO Awarded Membership in American College of Forensic Examiners Institute



OTC Bulletin Board SYMBOL: VNBL

FEBRUARY 25, 2005 - 11:04 ET

Vinoble COO Awarded Membership in American College of
Forensic Examiners Institute

MALIBU, CALIFORNIA--(CCNMatthews - Feb. 25, 2005) - Vinoble, Inc.

Thomas Welch Also Accepts Membership on the CHS Preparation and Response
Team; Earns Homeland Security Certification

Vinoble, Inc. (OTCBB:VNBL), a holding company seeking to identify
long-term growth opportunities in the areas of homeland security,
security information systems, and other security services, announced
today that its newly-named chief operating officer, Thomas Welch, has
been awarded Member status in the American College of Forensic Examiners
Institute (ACFEI).

Welch also has received a Level III Certification in Homeland Security
(CHS-III), and has accepted a membership position on the CHS Preparation
and Response Team in the ACFEI's Security, Engineering and Technology

The ACFEI regularly acknowledges the experience and education of
individuals engaged in forensic examination and multi-disciplinary
training in their field, and it has recognized Welch for his more than
12 years experience and training in computer forensics.

"In the security industry, it is essential to have the proper experience
and credentials to become a trusted partner to clients and business
associates, and these honors are testament that, as both an individual
and a company, we have the ability to deliver exceptional security
services," said Welch. "Vinoble's dedicated management team is
positioning the company to provide both proactive and reactive security
services, especially those that require years of education and
experience - such as computer forensics. Our services will help prevent
hack attacks, cyber-terrorism, and insider abuse, and will assist our
clients in the constant battle against spam, viruses and other malware."

As proposed by President George W. Bush, the national strategy for
homeland security includes a call for the private sector to work with
government to respond to national security threats. The FY 2005 Homeland
Security Appropriations Act, signed by the President on October 18,
2004, provides $28.9 billion in net discretionary spending for the
Department of Homeland Security in 2005; this is a $1.8 billion or 6.6
percent increase over the previous year.

The new funding level reflects an ongoing commitment of the
Administration and Congress to secure the homeland, and it will allow
the Department to build upon significant investments to date by
improving the United States' safeguards against terrorism, while
sustaining many other important departmental activities.

"Vinoble is particularly excited about opportunities to provide security
services to the U.S. government and other public sector clients, and we
take pride in that our management and delivery teams have the requisite
education, knowledge and expertise to deliver quality products and
services in this space," added Joseph Lively, Vinoble president and CEO.
"Upon completion of ongoing audits expected at the end of February 2005,
we will begin merging business operations and expect to leverage our
strong security expertise and diverse client base to make Vinoble a key
player in the security arena."

About Vinoble, Inc.

Vinoble, Inc. is a holding company seeking to identify and acquire
operational business opportunities in the areas of homeland security,
security information systems, and other security services to provide
long term growth for its shareholders. Management has partnered with
GarcyCo Capital Corp. ("GCCC") to assist in finding acquisition
candidates for the company, structuring such acquisitions, and effecting
a transition to corporate growth. At present, Vinoble and GCCC have
targeted several companies as potential acquisition candidates. Pending
the outcome of due diligence and audits, the company believes the
acquisition of these assets will provide the basis required for listing
on a national exchange.


The ACFEI is an international membership association, developed to bring
together professionals from a variety of disciplines to provide a
reliable, credible forum for ethical and professional standards for
forensics. It is comprised of forensic professional actively engaged in
the field of medicine, psychology, criminology, dentistry, toxicology,
questioned documents, accident reconstruction, crime scene
reconstruction, criminal investigation, engineering, polygraph, risk
analysis and voice identification, among others.

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statements as defined in The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of
1995 (the "Act"). In particular, when used in the preceding discussion,
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"intend to," and similar conditional expressions are intended to
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subject to certain risks and uncertainties, and actual results may
differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statement.
Such risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, the
ability of Vinoble to complete proposed acquisition(s), the ability of
Vinoble to continue to sell applicable products and market acceptance of
those newly designed products, market conditions, general acceptance of
Company products and technologies, competitive factors, timing, and
other risks described in the Company's SEC reports and filings.


Contact Information

    Vinoble, Inc.
    Catherine Thompson
    Media & Investor Relations
    (310) 456-3199