EmailLabs Announces Best Quarterly Sales on Record

Kurt Peters

Email Marketing Company Adds 65 New Clients

MENLO PARK, Calif. – (May 17, 2006) – EmailLabs (www.emaillabs.com), the leader in high-performance email marketing technology and a subsidiary of J.L. Halsey Corporation (OTCBB:JLHY), announced today its largest sales quarter on record for the quarter ending March 31, 2006.

During the quarter, EmailLabs also signed 65 new clients including Forbes.com, Crunch Fitness, Dominator Clothing, Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency/American Education Services (PHEAA) and Travel Industry Association of America (TIAA). To date, more than 500 organizations have chosen EmailLabs as their email marketing technology provider.

“EmailLabs had a record quarter as we continue our strong growth in revenue and new clients,” said Jim Herbold, general manager of EmailLabs. “Our success is a testament to the hard work and efforts of the EmailLabs employees and we are looking forward to working with our new clients to help them maximize their email marketing efforts.”

Additionally this quarter EmailLabs hired 9 new employees and plans to grow its staff throughout the year. The company also expanded it management team by hiring Todd Armenio, formerly of RightNow Technologies as director of sales.

About EmailLabs
EmailLabs is a leading provider of high-performance email marketing technology solutions to agencies, publishers and marketing, sales and customer service departments of middle-market and Global 2000 companies. The EmailLabs email marketing platform is provided as an ASP (Web-based) service, and is easily customized and integrated with a company`s Web site, sales force automation and CRM technologies. The company provides email marketing solutions to more than 500 companies, including Nokia, Agilent, PalmSource and Jupitermedia. Headquartered in Menlo Park, Calif., EmailLabs was founded in 1999 and is a subsidiary of J.L. Halsey Corporation (OTCBB:JLHY). For more information, visit www.EmailLabs.com.


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