Title Starts Online (TTSO.OB) Announces Name and Ticker Change to AMP Holdings (AMPD.OB)

May 26, 2010 5:28 PM ET
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AMP Holding, Inc. (formerly Title Starts Online; OTCBB: TTSO) announced today that will begin trading under the new stock ticker “AMPD.OB” as of today’s market open. This ticker change is reflective of the name change to AMP Holding, Inc. that is also effective as of today.

AMP Electric Vehicles, based in Blue Ash, OH, had been a privately-held business since its inception in 2007. The Company went public via acquisition by Title Starts Online, Inc., a shell corporation, with all of the documentation completed earlier this year. As of the commencement of trading today, AMP Holdings, Inc. has 19,888,248 shares issued and outstanding.

Commenting on the formalities of the name and ticker change, Steve Burns, Chief Executive Officer of AMP, said, “While administrative in nature, our ticker symbol and name change comes at a time when the doors to the Company’s future are wide open. This summer marks a historic event for AMP, as we will be delivering our first full-size AMP electric 2010 GM Chevy Equinox crossovers, the first of its kind to hit the market. We are truly excited for what the future holds.”

AMP is focused on conversion of internal combustion cars into all-electric vehicles. The AMP team is comprised of top engineers and business executives, as well as two key pioneers of GM’s EV1 project. The General Motors EV1 was an electric car produced the General Motors Corporation from 1996 to 1999. It was the first mass-produced electric vehicle from a major automaker, and the first GM car designed to be an electric vehicle from the outset. Presently, AMP converts the GM Saturn Sky, Pontiac Solstice and recently added the Chevrolet Equinox to electric. With the popularity of all-electric vehicles growing regularly as people are more environmentally and energy conscious, AMP expects to announce new model conversions throughout the year.

More corporate information about AMP Holdings and their products can be found on their website at ampelectricvehicles.com.

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