5-Year Extension on GSA Contract

5-Year Extension on GSA Contract
 CD ROM, Inc. Receives 5-Year Extension on GSA Contract

Company Sales to US Government and Military Exceeds 50% of Gross Revenue
 Minneapolis, MN (December 15, 2004), CD ROM, Inc. today announced a 5 year contract extension on the General Services Administration IT Contract GS-35F-0450J. This contract places CD ROM, Inc. on a firm footing for expanded sales of it’s CD-ROM and DVD creation, duplication and destruction products, some approved by the Department of Defense for the classified community.

CD ROM, Inc. offers the industries only comprehensive product offering of creation, duplication and now destruction products for the optical disc industry.

CD ROM, Inc. is the industries oldest privately-held company and one of the first IT-based companies to receive approval to sell its products on GSA contract.

Roger Hutchison, President and CEO, said of this contract extension “A GSA contract is a tool used by Government buyers to more easily procure needed IT equipment for various Government agencies. The award and extension of a contract signifies to a procurement officer that the company meets a high level of ethical standards and offers quality products at a pre-negotiated discounted price. We are very pleased to have the trust of the GSA in our product offering.”

CD ROM, Inc. is poised to release a new series of commercial products in 2005 especially focused on the same high quality manufacturing used in its Government product line.

About CD ROM, Inc. and D3, Inc.

Located in Eden Prairie, MN, CD ROM, Inc is the oldest privately held optical technology company in the world specializing in the creation, duplication and destruction of optical storage media. The company holds several patents surrounding the creation of CD ROMs as well as the baseline technology patents for the adequate destruction of optical data storage discs. The company is ISO 9002 compliant. Founded in 1988 by Roger Hutchison and Lisa Weber Hutchison, the company has pioneered technologies surrounding optical media and was recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of its fastest growing companies in 1994. Dr. Hutchison is one of the few recognized experts in the field and has lectured around the world on optical technologies.

D3, Inc. is a newly formed corporation owned by the same principals as CD ROM, Inc. with equity investment options for third parties. The company was established to fully exploit the large market opportunity for products and for digital data destruction technologies and services. Located in Iron River, WI, D3 is the first and only service bureau established in the US and abroad designed specifically to destroy digital data. The service bureau includes CCTV surveillance, controlled employee access, staffed Notary Public and professionally certified employees, and itemized certificates of destruction for your records.

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Contact
Lisa Weber Hutchison
Vice President Marketing and Public Relations
CD ROM, Inc
952-832-5424

laweber@cdrominc.com“>laweber@cdrominc.com