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SolaWerksTM Extending Lead in Mobile Energy by Adding Infrared to Its Solar Powered Apple Accessory Products

SolaWerks Inc., a subsidiary of DoMark International Inc. (OTCBB: DOMK) (the "Company" or "DoMark"), announces that is has obtained exclusive rights to revolutionary, patent pending technology that harnesses infrared light to charge electrical circuits in mobile devices. SolaWerks, already the leader in energy technology for Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) devices with its solar powered covers/chargers, will now be able to add infrared light as a charging source in all SolaWerks products.

Until now, solar technology primarily has been concerned with the visible light spectrum, which accounts for only 7% of the light emitted by the sun. Infrared light, the most abundant of the sun's light spectrum, accounting for 47% of the sun's light, has not been commercially harnessed as an energy source to date. Infrared light comes from many readily available light sources other than the sun, including incandescent light, the clouds (through re-reflection), and even the Earth itself. Infrared breaks the solar power compromise - no longer must solar charged circuits need a wired back-up system. Through the infrared revolution, we will finally be able to achieve a truly wireless world - no more plugging in your devices to obtain a charge.

SolaWerks covers/chargers enhanced with infrared harness capability will help double Apple device battery life using on-board battery back-up that maintains a charge with ambient light. "To date, over 200 samples of the new product have undergone beta testing by existing SolaWerks customers, third party testers, and staff. SolaWerks has taken into consideration voluminous feedback from many current users in bringing its next generation products to market. The response from our demo group has been nothing short of exceptional. We are very pleased," commented Andy Ritchie, CEO of DoMark.

The SolaCaseTM and SolaPadTM systems cover and recharge the batteries of Apple's iPhone and iPad devices using solar power. Each cover contains a large, high-efficiency solar panel on its reverse side, plus an internal battery to keep Apple devices charged at all times. Apple iPads and iPhones no longer need to be plugged in for hours to get charged - liberate yourself and your Apple device with SolaWerks!

According to ABI Research, the Apple accessory market, dubbed the "Apple Economy," accounted for $5-$6 billion of the estimated $34 billion 2011 global mobile device accessory market. Andy Ritchie, commented: "With the Apple iPhone 5 launch, undoubtedly the most impressive iPhone to date, we have been busier than ever."

For more information on SolaWerks Inc. or to inquire about SolaWerks products, visit www.solawerks.com.

About DoMark International Inc.

DoMark is a marketing company engaged in owning and developing patented game changing consumer products through its wholly owned subsidiaries, SolaWerks, Inc. and Musclefoot Inc. SolaWerks' focus is to develop and distribute the SolaPadTM and SolaCaseTM, combined cover/charging systems for Apple's iPad and iPhone, respectively. SolaWerks competes in a market that also includes ReneSola (NYSE:SOL), PLX Technology (NASDAQ:PLTX) and MIPS Technologies (NASDAQ:MIPS). Musclefoot Inc. distributes, markets, and acts as sales agent for the revolutionary patented foot care system, Barefoot Science. With a strong commitment to customer service and security, and a proven and capable marketing team, DoMark intends to expand its relationships across a far greater product set.

For more information on DoMark International, visit www.domarkintl.com.

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