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MapFocus GeoTIFF Seamless Topos Now Available

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Wednesday, June 7th 2000


RED LODGE, MONTANA -- Beartooth Mapping, Inc.of Red Lodge, Montana introduced the MapFocus GeoTIFF, a new series of seamless digital topographic maps for GIS and CAD.MapFocus GeoTIFFs provide industry-standard base maps for the continental United States at less than 40 cents per quadrangle.The product is provided on CD-ROM by latitude/longitude degree-blocks or in discounted state sets.The companion Web site, www.mapfocus.com, provides on-line ordering and detailed product information including location and quadrangle searches and product coverage maps.

Kevin Toohill, Beartooth Mapping Marketing Director notes, "The MapFocus GeoTIFF provides a very simple product, seamless topographic maps, at a very affordable price.There is no extra software or plug-ins necessary to use the maps; just add the GeoTIFF imagery and go." For more information about MapFocus GeoTIFFs or order products online, visit www.mapfocus.com or phone toll-free at 877-587-9004.

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Beartooth Mapping, Inc.is a provider of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) services and products for the natural resource and conservation industries in the northern Rocky Mountains.The company operates MapFocus.com, the Internet source for detailed, seamless topographic map information and products.

Contact:
Kevin R Toohill
Vice President/Marketing Director
Beartooth Mapping, Inc.
PO Box 2075
Red Lodge, Montana 59068
Phone: 877-587-9004
Email: kevin@mapfocus.com

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