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Medina Int’l Acquires Harbor Guard Boats

November 9, 2009

Medina International Holdings, Inc. (Pink Sheets: MIHI), a manufacturer of specialized search and rescue boats, announced that it has completed the acquisition of Harbor Guard Boats, Inc. Harbor Guard Boats, Inc. manufactures fire rescue, rescue and patrol boats.

Harbor Guard Boats, Inc. had sales of approximately $693,455, $575,110 and $1,478,479 for the years ended April 30, 2007, 2008 and 2009 respectively.

President of Medina International Holdings, Inc., Daniel Medina stated that, "This acquisition complements our existing fire, rescue and patrol boat division, adding several high-end, proprietary hull designs that have proven extremely popular."

Chief financial officer of Medina International Holdings, Inc. Rao Mankal commented, "This acquisition represents a significant step forward in increasing our product line. We have now expanded our capabilities from 12-ft up to 37-ft boats, thereby giving us a presence in the larger boat market."

Albert Mardikian, Chief Executive Officer of Harbor Guard Boats, Inc. said, "I am enthusiastic about this merger. The combined entity of Harbor Guard and Medina International will be the leader in Homeland Security fire, rescue and patrol boats and watercrafts. As part of a publicly traded company our opportunities will expand and our access to additional capital to take advantage of these opportunities will increase."

(www.medinamarine.com)
(www.harborguardboats.com)



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