The Award For Most Unnecessary Press Release Goes To…

These guys for letting us know two "accountants" came by the office to check things out:

Industrial Nanotech, Inc. (OTC-PINK: INTK), an emerging global leader in nanotechnology based energy saving solutions, today announced that it has completed the onsite visit portion of the audit by the accounting firm of Hartley Moore Accountancy Corporation, a PCAOB registered firm, the Company's auditor of record for upcoming filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Industrial Nanotech, Inc. CEO Stuart Burchill stated, "We have been going through the audit process for several months and recently completed the onsite portion of the audit. Two accountants from Moore Accountancy Corporation spent four days at our offices on the 10th through the 14th of this month. We have been told that the audit will now be completed relatively soon. Based on current developments in the Company's general business progress, upcoming new product launches for the residential building industry, and developments in our relationship with the US oil and gas industry, it is evident that this year is the appropriate time to complete the process of becoming an SEC exchange act fully reporting Company and to list on a more senior and prestigious stock exchange in late 2014. Our securities attorneys at the law firm of Sichenzia Ross Friedman Ference LLP in New York concur and will be handling all necessary filings."

Hartley Moore claims its clients have a "raving fan" quality but zero mention of their clients' penchant for unnecessary press releases.

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