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SenesTech Announces New Vice President of Business Development
Date:7/1/2009

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., July 1 /PRNewswire/ -- SenesTech, Inc., a biotechnology corporation working on innovations for humane animal population management, announced the appointment of George M. Siegel as Vice President of Business Development.

Siegel has over 35 years of business development experience in executive management positions. He has served as Chairman of the Board of Directors for BrightStar Information Technology Group, Inc., Director of ILINC Communications, Inc., and President for RideAmerica Transportation Group, Parcelway Couriers Systems, Inc., Dynamex, and U.S. Messenger Service of Chicago, San Francisco.

"George's experience will be a valuable asset as he takes us to the world stage," said Everett Hale, CEO.

"I am excited to be part of SenesTech. I am enamored by the technology, which is so compelling, with the opportunity for growth and with the people. Loretta's (Dr. Loretta Mayer, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer and Chairman of the Board) knowledge is outstanding," George Siegel stated.

"As active Chairman of BrightStar, I worked in Southeast Asia and Australia," Siegel added. SenesTech plans to market their initial product, ContraPest to the agricultural ministries of Southeast Asia. Currently being field tested in Indonesia, ContraPest will dramatically improve rice yields in Southeast Asia by reducing the rice field rat population.

"Our private investors will be very pleased with George's expertise in taking us public," stated Hale from SenesTech's world headquarters in Flagstaff, AZ.

About George M. Siegel

George Siegel has over 35 years of management experience in founding and managing public companies. His broad expertise focused on business development and mergers and acquisitions includes founding and co-founding four public companies in the transportation and technology sectors.

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