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MyPrint Corporation Inks Agreement with 9-1-1 For Kids

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

IRVINE, Calif. March 18, 2008 -- MyPrint Corporation announced today that it has reached an agreement with 9-1-1 For Kids to utilize MyPrint's award-winning software application, eTools. The partnership will allow 9-1-1 For Kids to expand its operational and marketing requirements of all of its users, including call centers, county sheriff departments, and other local and state agencies. It will also provide administrators and educators of the 9-1-1 programs the ability to customize and order a variety of educational and other related materials completely online.

"We are thrilled to have a nationally recognized foundation like 9-1-1 For Kids select eTools to manage all of its branded materials and activity," said Kent Barkouras, President and CEO of MyPrint. "The utilization of eTools by 9-1-1 For Kids adds to our growing list of national installations and is an example of the success of our product and software offerings in the education arena."

Following the March 10, 2008 vote by the U.S. House of Representatives on House Resolution 537, a bill was passed to support the designation of one month each year as "National 9-1-1 Education Month." As a result, 9-1-1 For Kids is one of seven organizations that have joined to advance 9-1-1 education. The Westminster, Calif.-based foundation distributes educational materials to schools to assist children with how to learn the proper 9-1-1 call process.




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