RESCUECOM Added to SBA Franchise Registry

RESCUECOM Application for SBA Listing Approved

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Syracuse, NY
April 20, 2006:

RESCUECOM Approved for U.S. Small Business Association (SBA) Franchise Registry

Listing Expedites SBA Loan Process for Franchisees

RESCUECOM announced today that the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) has approved RESCUECOM's application to be listed on the SBA's Franchise Registry.

"Our franchisees are the lifeblood of RESCUECOM," said David A. Milman, founder and CEO of RESCUECOM. "However, as with any small business, financing is often a significant issue, particularly when they are just starting out. We are therefore very pleased that RESCUECOM's listing on the SBA Franchise Registry will now provide a helpful financing option to help our current and future franchisees realize their personal and professional success."

The SBA Franchise Registry (http://www.franchiseregistry.com) is a list of franchise companies that have pre-qualified for SBA loan eligibility. While being on the list does not guarantee loan approval for all individuals, acceptance means an expedited process for SBA loan programs saving time and money for franchisees. The SBA is the country's largest single financial backer of small business. Since 1993, they approved more than 12,000 loans to franchisees.

Those interested in learning more about the SBA Franchise Registry listing or about becoming a RESCUECOM franchisee should contact RESCUECOM Franchise Director Matt Krukin at matthew@rescuecom.com or (703) 986-3233.

About RESCUECOM

RESCUECOM provides fast and flawless on-site computer repair and support, 24/7/365. All local RESCUECOM franchisees offer on-site, emergency service in less than an hour and a "We Fix It Or It's Free" guarantee.

RESCUECOM services everything from home computers to super computers, wireless Internet to global networks, hardware to software, e-mail to ERP. In addition to one-time, on-site solutions for virtually any computer problem, RESCUECOM provides comprehensive, ongoing IT management services for businesses. Since 1997, RESCUECOM has been providing the "last mile of IT services" to consumers and SMBs.

RESCUECOM has been recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine in 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2006 as part of the "Franchise 500," as one of the fastest growing franchise companies in the United States. For more information, please visit www.RESCUECOM.net or call (703) 986-3233.



For More Information, Contact:
Christina Johnson, PR Specialist
1-800-737-2837
cjohnson@rescuecom.com

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