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Revolutionary Tracker Joins the Chicago Auto Show as Part of the Connected World Pavilion

Company to Present Wearable Technology and Connected Family Ecosystem

CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 02/04/14 -- Revolutionary Tracker, the world's first totally secure communication & location ecosystem for the whole family with wearable technology for all ages, today announced its partnership with the Connected World Pavilion as an exhibitor at the Chicago Auto Show, to be held February 8-17, 2014, at the McCormick Place South Hall. This exposition is the largest auto show in North America and dates back to 1901.

The Connected World Conference is the global expo for connected technologies that are transforming our professional and personal lives. Their 35,000 - sq. ft. pavilion is dedicated to helping consumers experience the latest technology products that will power the future and redefine our collective interpretation of what it means to be connected.

Carrie Schwarz, Revolutionary Tracker's CEO states: "Our goal at Revolutionary Tracker was to create a family friendly communication tool that would offer all members of the family, no matter what their age, a way to stay in touch with each other easily while delivering crucial insights of their status and well-being that is currently unavailable anywhere. As a working Mom I knew that a fully integrated communication ecosystem supported by a unique line of totally secure Stand-Alone Smartphones, worn and embraced by every member of the family, would become the 'must have' parental asset. Our groundbreaking interface and platform displays an unparalleled level of situational awareness, all at a glance, from those Wearable Devices while also providing the enhanced capacity to generate either one to one or one to many communications, on demand. This powerful new tool we developed will change the way families communicate, look after and protect each other by extending their range of connectivity and understanding. After all, it is our core mission to offer Peace of Mind to all members of the family whether they are children out on a bike ride, Moms or Dads going for a jog or Grandma or Grandpa out for a stroll."

Revolutionary Tracker has developed the world's first location, communication and information ecosystem supported by the only full line of family friendly, wearable, stand-alone GPS enabled smartphones that addresses every member in the family. Now, with the creation of this fully integrated suite of wearable and totally secure products, children, tweens, athletes and seniors can have the kind of age appropriate devices that makes staying in touch with the entire family fun, easy and fashionable. Advanced capabilities like conference calling, broadcast email & texting as well as voice response geo fencing propel this platform far above any other location based solution in the marketplace. An industry first Family Summary Dashboard and community builder communication utility establishes this tool as the invaluable connectivity solution of the future but here today.

About Revolutionary Tracker:

Revolutionary Tracker is a privately held, technology company singularly dedicated to helping keep families safe and in-touch delivering a greater understanding of everyone's location, and well-being at a single glance. Revolutionary Tracker's solution is a unique combination of a full line of age and gender appropriate wearable devices complimented by an industry first software platform and communication ecosystem. Revolutionary Tracker is based in New York and was founded by a unique group of industry veterans that are also mothers and fathers, adult sons and daughters and family caregivers. With software development and manufacturing in the Midwest, our products are built entirely in the United States and intended to give families a richer life experience while providing greater awareness and insight as well as extending parents' resources and helping them better accomplish their sacred responsibility to protect their precious members.

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