CSLI CRITICAL SOLUTIONS .. PUBLIC KNOWLEGDE ... FROM OUR PR GUY
Dear CSLI Shareholders,
I would like to brief you on the positive feedback that the Company received at the U.S. Marines' ExFOB Assessment in Quantico, VA over the past two weeks. Additionally, Critical Solutions, Inc. will be posting its 2009 Year End Financials on Pink Sheets' website next Wednesday, March 31st.
Shortly following the posting of the Financials, ideally within one week's time, I will be posting a Shareholder Update on the Investor Relations section of Critical Solutions' website that will outline Company Management's plans and projects for the remainder of 2010.
I realize that I have communicated with many of you via email and/or phone and had stated that a Shareholder Update would be posted in the past so there has been some angst as to the delay in timing. The Company's legal counsel has been reviewing the update and has advised that it not be posted until the 2009 Year End Financials are available for current and potential investors to review, hence the delay.
I would like to express that I, personally, as well as the Company's Management Team greatly appreciate your patience and support regarding the update and Paul Gray, Critical Solutions' CEO has made it clear to me that moving forward he will hold Shareholder Communication as a very high priority and provide as much transparency regarding the Company's plans, projects and forecasts as possible.
Below is an almost verbatim email that was sent to Management by John Jacob, SVP of Sales and Marketing for White Door, Inc. regarding the positive feedback that he received at the ExFOB Assessment:
"I just wanted to send out a short summary note to say that we had a great demonstration of our Mojo unit at the Experimental Forward Operating Base show over the past two weeks. We had the Commandant of the Marines, as well as several 3,2,1 star command Generals, stop by and get a short briefing. On Industry day which was Monday, March 15th, we had many large systems integrators stop by and discuss potential partnering solutions including Lockheed, Unisys, Mantech, Northrop Grumman and others.
Our solution displayed slightly different from most of the others, in that we demonstrated real applications using our power (live PTZ camera and wireless communications) and not just solar panels and wind turbines. There were about 30 other vendors at the show with various configurations for temporary housing, water and power generation. All other power generation vendors had generators attached to their units and I am proud to say, we were the only ones that displayed 100% renewable energy without the need for a generator. That concept resonated well with the audience and people are beginning to see that you can have sustained power generation using only RE.
Our plans are to send the Mojo Unit to Ft Irwin, hopefully within the next two weeks to the National Training Center to be on display there for a few months."
Again, on behalf of Critical Solutions' Management Team and myself, the Company's Investor Relations contact, we are sincerely grateful for your investment, support and patience and the Company hopes to experience a successful remainder of 2010.