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Applied Technology Holdings, Inc. Opens New Headquarters in California
Date:12/19/2009

MISSION VIEJO, Calif., Dec. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Applied Technology Holdings, Inc., today announced the opening of its new headquarters in Mission Viejo, California. The new 25,000-square-foot facility will bring employees from its MVP Sports Technologies and Applied Medical Group Subsidiaries together into one Mission Viejo neighborhood, and will enhance the collaboration between ATH's Physical Therapy, Medical, Sports, Product Design, Strategy, and Technology groups.

The new headquarters in Mission Viejo, California, will be officially opened on January 4th, and will be located at: Applied Technology Holdings, Inc 3602 Via Fabricante, Mission Viejo, Ca, 92691.

Jay Shears, CEO of Applied Technology Holdings, Inc. said, "The new Mission Viejo facility underscores our dedication to creating the most collaborative and creative work environments for the emerging wireless data gathering technologies for sports and remote patient healthcare. The vibrancy of Mission Viejo combined with our new space will be instrumental in our ongoing efforts to recruit the best talent from around the world and continue our phenomenal growth."

Applied Technology Holdings, Inc, founded in 2005, is a privately held provider of patented technology and systems, with subsidiaries building solutions that address specific customer needs. More information is available at www.athbiomotion.com. The Applied Technology Holdings, Inc. Apparatus, Systems, and Methods patents relevant to new emerging data gathering markets can be viewed at: http://patft.uspto.gov/, patent number 7,602,301.


    For more information contact:

    Applied Technology Holdings, Inc.
    Jay Shears, CEO
    1.866.593.4893
    pr@athbiomotion.com

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