LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - May 29, 2014) - Southern ITS International, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SITS) announced today that it is now monitoring 5 Marijuana manufacturing locations in Colorado State through a new partnership with Best Products & Service Company LLC, a Colorado Based security/surveillance provider. SITS expertise in High Definition surveillance systems is allowing this new partnership to reach out this fast growing market of MMJ, Medical Marijuana and RMJ, Retail Marijuana, dispensaries and grow facilities providing off-site video surveillance storage.

CEO Sylvain Desrosiers noted that Marijuana Dispensaries market for Medical use or Retail required a high level of understanding not only security technologies but high compliance market similar to what is expected from the Gaming industry. SITS is uniquely positioned to offer such services to that fast growing industry and is currently working on a marketing campaign aimed at Colorado State, Washington State and Nevada State for growing and dispensaries locations.

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 lower TCO for our clients. Southern ITS International is positioning itself to be a leading force in this business space.

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