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DigitalTown Names Chief Technology Officer.

MINNEAPOLIS -- DigitalTown, Inc. (OTC BB:DGTW) today announced the appointment of J.P. Doffing to the position of Chief Technology Officer. He will assume responsibility for the initial system design and architecture of a platform that will launch thousands of local online communities.

Mr. Doffing, 35, will continue to serve as the Chief Executive Officer of Mindframe, Inc., a prominent Minneapolis web development company offering a complete array of systems solutions for leading companies. Mindframe has been assisting DigitalTown in a development capacity since June.

Mr. Doffing has more than 20 years' experience as a software developer and 13 years as an entrepreneur and business leader. He founded Doffing Enterprises in 1992, and in 1996 it merged with Its clients have included Funco, Inc., Life Time Fitness and Imation, among many others. Doffing graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of St. Thomas with a major in quantitative methods and computer science in 1994 and also holds a master of software engineering degree.

Marcia F. Appel, DigitalTown COO, said, "J.P.'s extensive background in software development will be invaluable to us as we build our management infrastructure and prepare for a national launch of our social network of online local communities. His Mindframe experience suits him perfectly to build and maintain a robust, intricate network system and to ensure that DigitalTown's interface and functionality is second to none."

Mr. Doffing said, "DigitalTown is a unique company with a compelling operating model, a motivated and experienced management team and a strong foothold on the social networking scene. I am confident that my entrepreneurial spirit and web development knowledge will allow me to contribute meaningfully to its growth and success."

About DigitalTown, Inc.

DigitalTown, Inc., based in Burnsville, MN, is developing a nationwide network of more than 27,000 online communities for high school alumni, boosters, students and local citizens.

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