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Tulsa Zoo Adopts ProStar’s PointMan to Protect The Pipes, The Public, and The Penguins

Tulsa Zoo Adopts ProStar’s PointMan to Protect The Pipes, The Public, and The Penguins

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GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ProStar Holdings Inc. (“ProStar®” or the “the Company”) (OTCQB: MAPPF) (TSXV: MAPS) (FSE: 5D00), a world leader in Precision Mapping Solutions, is pleased to announce that the Tulsa Zoo has adopted ProStar’s solution, PointMan, to improve the management and maintenance of critical infrastructure and help protect over 3,000 animals living at the zoo.

“We have a nearly 100-year-old facility that functions very much like a city within a city. It is dynamic, with over 3,000 animals and a spiderweb of buried pipes and utilities,” stated Cody Dunkin, Operations Manager for the Tulsa Zoo. “PointMan provides us the ability to easily and accurately map existing infrastructure for both maintaining our large facility and making informed decisions about future construction projects. The fact that all of our critical infrastructure data can now be stored in one place and is easily accessible when and where we need it provides a technology that we can’t afford to live without.”

The Tulsa Zoo is an 85-acre non-profit zoo located in Tulsa, Okla., United States. The Tulsa Zoo is owned by the City of Tulsa, but since 2010 has been privately managed by Tulsa Zoo Management, Inc. The zoo is located in Mohawk Park, one of the largest municipal parks in the United States.

“The signing of the Tulsa Zoo is quite significant for us on many fronts,” said Page Tucker, CEO and Founder of ProStar. “First, we now have clients of all sizes reaching out to us from many different market sectors and secondly, it proves our solution provides tremendous value to a wide span of users including construction companies, engineering firms, government agencies, municipalities, and even zoos. This is also further proof that our total addressable market is growing and very expansive.”