Sector 10, Inc. shares are currently trading at $0.24, up 71.43%, on incredible volume of nearly 3.5 million traded shares. Today, Beacon Equity Research, Microcap Voice, Penny Stocks Finder, Stock Preacher, Penny Stocks Finder, StockHideout, Investor Soup and FHPS covered the company in their stock newsletters. With an average daily volume of 298,830, the stock has never traded so many shares in a single day.

Sector 10 is focused on redefining the emergency response paradigm from centralized equipment staging to onsite pre-deployed resources. Sector 10 is the only emergency response systems company so strongly emphasizing pre-deployed resources as the way to save lives, avert injuries, reduce liability and “Bridge the Survival Gap.”

Yesterday after the closing bell, Sector 10’s CEO Pericles DeAvila provided investors with the following message:

I wanted to personally wish you a Happy New Year and a prosperous 2010. Sector 10, Inc. is looking forward to the year ahead and the impact our technology will have on the US market and globally. Our life saving technologies represent a parading shift for emergency response and will change the industry as it stands today. In their early stages, many new technologies face unexpected challenges during the process of introduction into new markets. In 2009, Sector 10, Inc. successfully dealt with many of these unexpected challenges which delayed the introduction of our services and products to market. With new capital and a clear path to execution, we are prepared to launch our products and technologies.

In 2010, we expect the PLX-3D system and our self-rescue devices will be adopted by several US cities as a tool that will allow responders, emergency personnel and facilities managers the ability to manage population, facilities and response systems during incidents or disaster of any magnitude from a mobile interface. The PLX-3D system is a bridging/integration platform that integrates Sector 10’s pre-deployed self-rescue devises (MRU and SRUs), with the latest technology in personnel tracking, 3D video surveillance, full spectrum communications and a layered toolbox of interoperable accountability systems to save lives and coordinate response capabilities during times of incidental uncertainty. Sector 10’s systems are fully self-sufficient and rely on a multitude of redundancy protocols to ensure their survivability during losses of power and legacy terrestrial communications.

Thank you for your past and continued support as we launch our products in 2010. We will continue to release news of our progress and achievements as they develop.

Happy New Year!

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