Reverse merger transforms Meltdown Massage into fire services company

Sunday, March 1, 2009

LAS VEGAS--As the result of a reverse merger announced Jan. 20, Meltdown Massage and Body Works here is now in the fire services business and will change its name to Pro-Tech Industries.

Meltdown acquired Pro-Tech Fire Protection Systems Corp, a full-service fire protection company, founded in 1995, with branches in California and Nevada. Pro-Tech does estimating, design, installation, servicing and maintenance of sprinkler and fire alarm systems. It also has a division for telecommunications, data networking and electrical contracting.

Meltdown exchanged 10,100,000 shares of its restricted common stock for that of Pro-Tech common stock. Security Systems News was unable to determine the value of those shares. The most recent data available listed the stock at $.00.

The new CEO is Don Gordon and the new CFO is Michael Walsh. Several calls requesting comment were not returned. In a prepared statement, Gordon said that the name change will be finalized and a new trading symbol assigned within the next 45-60 days.