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Catcher Holdings Inc. Lands Contract for Initial Deployments at Nine Homeland Security and State Government Agencies
Date:3/11/2008

CATCHER(R) Rhino hardened mobile computing communications platforms slated

for delivery during 2008

LEESBURG, Va., March 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Catcher Holdings, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CTHH), (http://www.catcherinc.com), a leading provider of standards-based solutions that address high-speed mobile computing for the harshest and most demanding application environments today announced the Company has received an initial contract to deploy its state of the art CATCHER Rhino hardened mobile computing devices with multiple federal and state government agencies for Homeland Security related applications.

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This initial order, which comes to Catcher Holdings, Inc. via one of the company's key value added resellers, is for 13 CATCHER Rhino hardened mobile computing devices, which will be deployed across nine federal and state governmental organizations for physical security assessment at potentially vulnerable Homeland Security locations.

"This contract represents a critical advance as we adapt the Catcher platform for Homeland Security and State Government applications and we view it as a major validation or our technologies and products. While this initial order is for a limited number of evaluation units, we anticipate receiving follow on orders and to deliver additional units under this contract. We are very pleased that our value added reseller relationships continue to mature, yielding exceptional opportunities to deliver highest quality solutions to security-related governmental organizations tasked with the safety and security of our nation," commented Gary Haycox, Catcher Holdings Chief Executive Officer. "As the mission for security related governmental agencies continues to evolve, so have our products.
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