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GTX Corporation Announces Andrew M. Ling as New President & CEO

Scottsdale, Arizona – January 1, 2008 GTX® Corporation announced today that Andrew M. Ling, currently the Senior Vice President & General Counsel, has been named the organization’s new President & CEO. Mr. Ling succeeds his father, Dr. Marvin T. Ling, who founded the company in 1984 and served as President & CEO since its inception. Dr. Ling stated that he would step down and retire from GTX and added, “I am very pleased that Andrew will be taking over the operations of the company as the new President & CEO. With more than 17 and a half years of service at GTX, Andrew has continually demonstrated his leadership skills and managed the company through exciting and challenging times. He is very well prepared and well equipped to be the leader that GTX needs now and for the years ahead.”

During his tenure as Senior Vice President & General Counsel, Mr. Ling has had overall responsibility for sales, marketing, product development, operations, and managing the company’s legal matters. In addition, Mr. Ling has been instrumental in expanding the company’s worldwide distribution channel, restructuring operations in the U.S. and at GTX-Europe, negotiating significant OEM licensing agreements and managing the intellectual property portfolio for its software programs.

Andrew is proud of the company’s mission and confident of its future. He stated, “I am honored and thrilled to become the President and CEO of GTX Corporation, working with this wonderful organization and with all of our authorized distributors and partners around the globe. I value the continued dedication of our partners and employees and I sincerely appreciate the many years they have committed to the company. I look forward to ensure that the company continues its success.”

About GTX® Corporation

GTX IS CELEBRATING TWENTY FOUR YEARS IN BUSINESS THIS YEAR HAVING BEEN FOUNDED IN 1984 BY DR. MARVIN T. LING TO DEVELOP A COMPLETE INTEGRATED SYSTEM FOR INTERFACING PAPER TECHNICAL DRAWINGS WITH CAD-EDM-GIS ENVIRONMENTS. BEGINNING WITH THE INTRODUCTION IN 1987 OF PRODUCTS FOR THE SCANNING AND CONVERSION OF PAPER AND APERTURE CARD DRAWINGS, GTX HAS BEEN RECOGNIZED FOR ITS ABILITY TO INCORPORATE THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND NEURAL NETWORK TECHNOLOGY TO KEEP ITS PRODUCTS AT THE FOREFRONT OF DATA RECOGNITION AND CONVERSION SOLUTIONS. THE GTXRASTER CAD AND GTXIMAGE CAD SERIES OF PRODUCTS PROVIDE STATE-OF-THE-ART RASTER EDITING AND AUTOMATIC RASTER TO CAD CONVERSION.

GTX®, GTXRaster CAD®, GTXRaster CAD® PLUS and Intelligent Paper to CAD Solutions® are registered trademarks of GTX Corporation. Intelligent Object Picking TM, GTX®ICR PLUSTM, GTXRaster Tools TM and GTXRaster R2VTM are trademarks of GTX Corporation.

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