News Release (October 3, 2012)

Grand Canyon National Park Awards its Distance Learning Video Conference/Skype Lab to TKO

SAN JOSE (October 3, 2012) - Turn-Key Operations, Inc. (TKO), a video communications solutions provider serving commercial, government, educational and international enterprises, today announced its selection by Grand Canyon National Park's Educational Outreach department to bring the Grand Canyon Park experience to school children across the United States via video conference and Skype technology. TKO will design, construct, and equip a video conference production studio from which the Park Outreach Staff will conduct and broadcast classroom lessons.

"We are thrilled to partner with Grand Canyon National Park to bring the wonders of the Park to school children everywhere" said John Roensch, TKO's president and CEO. "We enjoy the challenge of providing distance learning to all users regardless of their technology installation" he added. This project is the second major government project awarded to TKO this year after TKO announced its strategic government business focus at the beginning of 2012. TKO's GSA contract, awarded in 2010, helps government agencies procure quality video conference services including outsourcing, network design, and equipment sales in an easy and cost effective manner.

About TKO

TKO is an industry leader in providing innovative, high-quality video communications solutions for business, government, education, and international enterprises. Services include video conferencing software and equipment (Cisco/Tandberg, Polycom, LifeSize, and Sony), video and audio streaming, satellite broadcasting, and event management. Founded in 1995, TKO is based in San Jose, California with offices in New York, Washington, D.C., and San Diego.

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