Zevotek Announces Live Appearance On CBS Television Evening News Show

Fri May 20, 2011 7:00am EDT

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NEW YORK, May 20, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Zevotek, Inc., (OTCBB:ZVTK) and
(Frankfurt:T5V2), a worldwide direct marketer and distributor of innovative
personal and home care items, today announced that the Ionic Bulb spokesperson
is presenting the Ionic Bulb in a live CBS television news feature story today
during its 7PM (EDT) broadcast on Channel 12, the Palm Beach, Florida CBS
affiliated TV station. Zevotek, Inc., headquartered in nearby Stuart, Florida,
is the exclusive manufacturer and distributor of the patented Ionic Bulb, a UL
approved, independent laboratory tested air purifier that cleans the air by
silently emitting negative ions using a microchip placed inside an energy saving
compact fluorescent light bulb (CFL). The Ionic Bulb made national news last
week with its appearance in a May 12, 2011, "USA Today" article about new
products that effectively clean the air in office buildings using proven
environmentally safe technology. The USA Today article featured the Ionic Bulb
and new products from Alcoa and Armstrong World Industries, Inc. Visit
www.newionicbulb.com to learn more about the Zevotek product appearing on CBS
television news and in the USA Today article.

Rob Babkie, CEO of Zevotek said "The Ionic Bulb is winning national news media
attention with their reports on new pollution-fighting technologies and the
rapidly approaching January 1st ban on 100-watt incandescent bulbs. We are
extremely pleased to be invited by CBS to inform consumers about the Ionic Bulb
as they present the newest developments in "pollution-fighting" products and
energy-efficient lighting technologies. The patented Ionic Bulb is perfectly
positioned to satisfy consumer demand for pollutant-free indoor air and
beautiful soft bright light that complies with the U.S. Energy Independence and
Security Act."

As noted in a USA Today feature article appearing on the front page of its April
26, 2011 business section titled "Traditional incandescent bulbs on their way
out starting Jan. 1", a new federal law goes into effect on January 1, 2012 that
bans the sale of 100-watt incandescent bulbs. Having only an average life span
of 750 hours, U.S. consumers will soon start shopping to replace their burned
out 100-watt incandescent bulbs. CFL bulbs, including the air purifying Ionic
Bulb, are leading substitutes for 100-watt incandescent bulbs.

About the Company:

Zevotek, Inc. markets and sells a range of innovative personal and home care
items. Zevotek has a license to sell the Ionic Bulb, a patented air purifier
that silently emits negative ions using a microchip placed inside a 10,000-hour
energy saving compact fluorescent light bulb (CFL). One Ionic Bulb is an
eco-easy maintenance-free inexpensive alternative that cleans the air in a 100
square foot area. Outfitting lamps and ceiling lights with the Ionic Bulb rids a
living room, kitchen, bedroom, children's playroom, workout area and office
space of unpleasant odors and indoor air pollutants that you breathe. Zevotek
sells the Ionic Bulb through specialty retail shops, TV commercials, Amazon.com
and newionicbulb.com, and markets the Ionic Bulb to major U.S. retail stores.

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