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AVT Unveils New Automated Retailing System at 2011 CES

CORONA, Calif. Jan. 19, 2011


AVT, Inc. unveiled their latest Automated Retailing Systems at the recent Consumer Electronics Show, and also announced that they are beginning shipments of their new Touch Screen Gaming Centers. These sleek units, which were one of the more popular attractions at CES, dispense all types of games from a revolutionary new style vending machine.  Equipped with a large 32" Touch Screen Interface, the Gaming Center allow consumers to browse selections, see previews of games, and use a credit card for an instant purchase.

Shannon Illingworth

The new machines are at the forefront of Automated Retailing — a segment of both the vending and retailing industries that is growing exponentially. Self-serve retailing has replaced the need for product lock-downs and employee assistance. Instead of waiting by a locked shelf display — such as those at the local Target or Wal-Mart — or looking for an employee to come and offer assistance, customers can now view, demo and purchase a wide selection of games at the Touch Screen Gaming Center – quickly, automatically, and securely.

AVT’s proprietary Smart Technology is also included in the new Centers. This unique suite of advanced systems, hardware and software allows owners and operators to remotely track sales, spot trends, and receive customizable notifications and alerts.

"Gamers are going to love these machines," Illingworth stated. "These tech-savvy people and those who love the Apple iPad or iPhone will appreciate our styling, innovation, technology, and user-friendly features." James Winsor

AVT, Inc. is a leading developer of automated and self-service retailing systems, and is the innovator of VMS and TSM technologies that have become the standard for the industry.

AVT’s stock is traded through the Pinksheet National Market System. Ticker Symbol: AVTC.PK


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