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Hipcricket to Present at LD MICRO Invitational on June 4

BELLEVUE, WA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/02/14 -- Hipcricket®, Inc. (OTCBB: HIPP) (OTCQB: HIPP), the leader in mobile engagement and analytics, has been invited to present at the LD MICRO Invitational on Wednesday, June 4 in Los Angeles, California.

Hipcricket's chairman and interim CEO, Todd Wilson, and president and COO, Doug Stovall, are scheduled to present at 12 Pacific time, with one-on-one meetings held throughout the day. They will discuss the company's recent operational and financial performance, including record revenue and backlog in fiscal 2014, as well as its strong outlook for continued growth in fiscal 2015.

The presentation will be broadcast simultaneously and available for replay at http://wsw.com/webcast/ldmicro6/hipp, as well as in the investors section of Hipcricket's website at http://www.hipcricket.com/presentations-and-investor-events.

For more information about the conference or to schedule a one-on-one meeting with Hipcricket management, please visit the conference website at www.ldmicro.com.

About Hipcricket
Hipcricket, Inc. (OTCBB: HIPP) (OTCQB: HIPP) provides a unified mobile engagement platform that drives awareness, sales and loyalty. Its AD LIFE® platform has been used by internationally recognized brands and agencies to power more than 400,000 campaigns across SMS, 2D/QR codes, mobile websites, advertising networks, social media and branded apps. For additional Hipcricket news and information, visit www.hipcricket.com or text "NEWS" to 24474.

Hipcricket®, AD LIFE® and the Hipcricket logo are trademarks of Hipcricket, Inc. All rights reserved. 2009-2014.

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