LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - Dec 3, 2013) - Southern ITS International, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SITS), announced today that it has signed its first Security System Installation Project Contract in the state of Nevada. This is a Federally Funded contract for a replacement and upgrade of a complete Electronic Surveillance system and inmate phone system at a correctional facility in Northern Nevada. The installation was scheduled for commencement in December 2013, but was pushed back and will commence in January 2014.

Jason Bell, Chief Executive Officer of Southern ITS International, Inc., noted, "We are at our best in highly secure and regulated environment. We are trying to close some additional contracts in December for the beginning of the 2014 and it looks like our beginning of the year is getting very busy for us. Once again we have a business strategy and we are working hard to successfully execute it. We are hoping to make additional announcements shortly to share our progress. The only part missing now is to be recognized by the investment community as a solid and viable company and to get a fair market valuation."

About Southern ITS International, Inc.

Southern ITS International, Inc. is committed to the mission of providing total systems integration projects by maintaining cost effectiveness while providing high end voice, data, surveillance and audio/visual systems. We are represented throughout the world by leading individuals within the digital surveillance and IT integration industry. We are providing digital video recording solutions and integrating our technological solutions with other existing systems, which results in a significant capital savings and TCO for our clients. Southern ITS International is positioning itself to be a leading force in this business space.

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