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Music Industry Veteran Joe Guercio Joins Information Architects

ORLANDO, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 05/21/14 -- Information Architects (OTC Pink: IACH) (PINKSHEETS: IACH) today announce the addition of another prolific music industry veteran, Joe Guercio, as Director of Entertainment and member of the board of directors. Mr. Guercio joins the IACH board composed of very accomplished individuals and brings a unique variety of talent, experience, contacts, and knowledge to the company.

Joe Guercio has enjoyed an abounding career in music and entertainment, but he is probably best known and admired for his work with Elvis Presley. He was musical director and conductor for Elvis' concert shows from the summer of 1970 to the summer of 1977 when Elvis made his last concert appearance. Since then Mr Guercio has remained active in the music and entertainment industry.

Joe Guercio's music legacy includes credits on hits by: Elvis Presley, Gladys Knight & The Pips, The Supremes, Jim Nabors, Steve Lawrence and many more. Furthermore, Mr. Guercio has been the musical director for such artists as Diana Ross, Florence Henderson, and Diahann Carroll, amongst others. Mr. Guercio's arrangements are featured on hits by many, including: Barbra Streisand, Gladys Knight, and Natalie Cole on stage with her now late father Nat King Cole.

"Mr. Guercio brings to IACH a wealth of knowledge and insight in the entire entertainment arena that will be of great benefit as IACH moves forward with the design, construction, and implementation of our world class theme parks and entertainment resorts," stated William Craig, acting IACH CEO.

Information Architects is engaged in the development of exciting new theme parks and destination resorts throughout the US.

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Tim Connor
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