SAUSALITO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 21, 2006--Triton Distribution Systems, Inc. (OTCBB: TTDS), a next generation web-based travel services distributor today announced that its Chairman and CEO Gregory Lykiardopoulos participated in an audio interview with the Wall Street Reporterís Senior Analyst Kilian Brandon on Wednesday, August 16 th.
Mr. Lykiardopoulos provided an overview of Tritonís unique travel distribution services and the Companyís competitive advantage in the marketplace.
The audio interview is available on Tritonís web site at www.tritonds.com.
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About Triton Distribution Systems
Triton Distribution Systems is a pioneer in low-cost, business-to-business, Internet-based travel distribution and procurement solutions. Triton provides the electronic distribution of travel inventory from airlines, car rental companies, hotels, tour and cruise operators, and other travel vendors to travel agencies and their clients on a global basis. Triton's proprietary products and services fill crucial needs in the travel industry, and offer product, pricing, and marketing advantages. Triton has developed a broad-based suite of products, including ReservationExpert™, TritonTwist™ and Red Dragon Express™ -- the world’s first distribution gateway to the Chinese market.
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