Klever Marketing, Inc. Completes Reverse Merger Transaction With Dark Pulse, Inc.

Klever Marketing, Inc. (OTCBB: KLMK) announced that it has completed its reverse merger with DarkPulse, Inc. (“DPT” or the “Company”) The combined company will be called DarkPulse, Inc. and will trade on the OTC Markets under the symbol KLMK. The Company intends to submit an application to change its trading symbol.

As part of the transaction, all the officers and directors of Klever Marketing, Inc. have resigned and are no longer affiliated with the Company. Dennis O’Leary will remain Chairman and Co-CEO of DPT (the surviving corporation), and Thomas A. Cellucci will remain Co-CEO and Board Member.

Dennis O’Leary, DarkPulse’s Chairman and Co-CEO commented: “We are thrilled that DarkPulse will soon be trading in the public markets. This momentous event is the result of many years of hard work by our management team. Among other things, becoming a public company will allow DarkPulse to more rapidly build our internal infrastructure and also meet our increasing sales demands worldwide. We are excited for what the future holds.”

Paul G. Begum, former President and CEO of Klever Marketing, further commented that he is, “very pleased with the quality of the new management, the technology it is developing and the opportunity it holds for our loyal shareholders who have stuck with us all these years.”

About DarkPulse, Inc.
DarkPulse, Inc. is comprised of two, patent-rich security platforms: Advanced, Fiber-based Monitoring Systems and Ultra-High Sensitivity Sensors ("UHHS"). The first involves advanced laser-based monitoring systems, including hardware/software that detects changes in the structural integrity of infrastructure. The second involves analytical equipment/patented technologies for detecting trace amounts of explosives/ chemical warfare agents/illicit drugs--considered the "Holy Grail" of global security.

For more information, visit www.DarkPulse.com

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Media contact:
DarkPulse, Inc.
1. 800.436.1436
 

Source: Klever Marketing, Inc.


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