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MR. JASON A. SAIN, CEO

Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Jason A. Sain graduated from the University of Florida, in Gainesville, FL, with a Bachelor's degree in business & finance and acquired his M.B.A. from Georgetown University.

After graduation from the University of Florida, Mr. Sain was hired as strategy manager for International Transport Logistics, Inc. in Jacksonville, FL. After engineering a turn-around of the business, he became COO, followed by President and CEO.

During this period, Mr. Sain donated his time and resources to various projects in the North Florida area including the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, The Boys and Girls Club, NFL Superbowl Charities, and PGA Charities.

Subsequently, Mr. Sain founded the Paleontological Research Corporation and established its three objectives:

1) Provide cost-effective and comprehensive archaeological and paleontological services for our customers.

2) Exceed the expectations of our diverse clientele.

3) Publish all research to benefit future archaeological and paleontological studies.

In his words:

“We are eager to provide high quality and low cost archaeological and paleontological services for our customers. Please contact our research director, Dr. Klenck, and let us bid for your business. We will do our utmost to exceed your expectations and accommodate your survey, excavation, and research requirements.”