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National Energy Services Receives Repeat Orders From Golden Living and Cathedral Rock Skilled Nursing Facilities
Date:10/9/2007

- Demand Continues for Ozone Laundry and Energy Efficient Lighting Upgrades

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EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, N.J., Oct. 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- National Energy Services Company, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: NEGS), today announced new orders in excess of $444,000 for its Ozone Laundry System (OLS) and Energy Efficient Lighting Upgrades. Golden Living skilled nursing facilities in Indiana and California will receive the OLS and a Cathedral Rock skilled nursing facility in New Mexico will receive both the OLS and a lighting upgrade. National Energy Services helps long term care, hospitality, commercial and industrial facilities reduce energy costs through its customized cost effective products and management services.

NEGS president John Grillo said, "We are always pleased to do business with repeat customers. Fostering good relationships is vital to our business. In addition to these repeat customers, we have also recently opened new markets and have completed a successful test of our Ozone Laundry System in a major hotel chain. As we approach our fiscal year end of October 31, 2007, we already have a substantial pipeline of orders to be booked in the first quarter of fiscal 2008."

Golden Living is a top US nursing home operator with more than 350 skilled nursing facilities and assisted-living centers nationally. Over the past two years NEGS has installed its Ozone Laundry System in approximately 25% of all Golden Living facilities. Cathedral Rock is a senior housing operator that manages more than 15 skilled nursing and assisted living facilities nationally. This new order will be Cathedral's third OLS installation and the second Lighting Upgrade installation.

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