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May 9, 2002

Airfence Safety Systems Announces Apppointment Of North American Rep

From a press release:<BR><BR>Airfence™ Safety Systems (Australia) Pty. Ltd.<BR><BR>Geelong West, Victoria, Australia.<BR><BR>Airfence Safety Systems, the world's leading provider of motorcycle and Karting safety barriers, announced the appointment of Northern California-based Michael Fontaine as the North American Representative for Airfence.<BR><BR>"Mr. Fontaine is a great addition to our team and we are excited that he will provide our current and future customers with new levels of service in North America," said Director, Andy Coffey. "Michael's role will be to ensure that the North American motorsports and leisure industries are given levels of support which enable them to place Airfence Safety Systems on their tracks and customers get the assistance to ensure their Airfence works to its capacity. Mr. Fontaine is a member of the AMA, AHRMA and a lifelong motorcyclist and motorsports enthusiast."<BR><BR>"It's thrilling to be involved with the industry leader for safety barriers, Airfence", said Mr. Fontaine. "With its growing and prestigious customer base, I am looking forward to working with Andy and the Airfence team in the support and growth of its leading safety systems solutions." <BR><BR>About Airfence Technologies - Airfence Safety Systems are highest quality safety barriers designed to protect riders, drivers and other sports people from solid barriers in accidents, safely decelerating them in an air cushion and dissipating the energy to prevent rebound onto a racing course. They are durable, easy to handle and repair using the best materials. There are differing systems and models for different applications. Airfence helps to maintain a safe environment for our sport, while still having spectators close to the action. In motorcycle road racing Airfence is currently deployed by the AMA, Clear Channel and CCS, by Texas World Speedway, Mazda Raceway at Laguna Seca, NHIS at Loudon and most recently, California Speedway. <BR><BR>Safety Systems are also available for Karting, skiing and any other sports where participants could be hurt from impacting solid or semi-solid barriers.<BR><BR>Director:<BR>Andy Coffey<BR>P.O Box 7161<BR>Geelong West<BR>Victoria 3218 Australia<BR>011 61 3 5229 1311<BR>Fax 011 61 3 5229 2544 <BR>Andy Coffey@airfence.com<BR>www.airfence.com<BR><BR>North America Contact:<BR>Michael Fontaine<BR>P.O. Box 9238<BR>Auburn, California<BR>95604 U.S.A. <BR>(530) 889-5522<BR>Fax (530) 888-7136<BR>Michael Fontaine@airfence.com<BR>www.airfence.com<BR><BR>Airfence™ is a registered trademark of Airfence Safety Systems (Australia) Pty. Ltd. <BR>