Absolute Glass Protection Automated Dry Lamination Processing Equipment Update

Absolute Glass Protection, Inc. (OTCBB:ASLG) of Las Vegas, Nevada, announces that the Company has received requests for their new Automated Dry Lamination Process licensing program.

Additional details will be released regarding the licensing program next month.

This unique program will enhance the Company's existing safety and security Automated Dry Lamination Equipment Division located in Las Vegas, Nevada. These new licensing arrangements will greatly enhance revenues for Absolute Glass Protection, Inc. Any new licensing arrangements will be separate from the Company's ongoing local dealership product sales and installation divisions.

The company is now offering exclusive licensing arrangements for major market territories within the United States and internationally.

The company is pleased to announce that all of its specialized Automated Dry Lamination Equipment is now fully paid for making all Company assets owned outright.

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