VIRTRA, INC. (OTCMKTS:VTSI) Files An 8-K Submission of Matters to a Vote of Security Holders

VIRTRA, INC. (OTCMKTS:VTSI) Files An 8-K Submission of Matters to a Vote of Security Holders
Item 5.07.

On September 6, 2019, VirTra, Inc. (the “Company”) held its annual meeting of stockholders (the “Annual Meeting”). At the Annual Meeting, the following directors were elected to the Company’s Board of Directors: Robert D. Ferris, Matthew D. Burlend, Jeffrey D. Brown, Mitchell A. Saltz, and James Richardson. All directors will serve until the Company’s next annual meeting or until their successors shall have been duly elected and qualified and elected.

The votes with respect to each nominee and with respect to the other matter voted on by stockholders at the Annual Meeting are set forth below.

Proposal No. 1:

Election of directors

FOR WITHHELD BROKER NON-VOTES
Robert D. Ferris 2,445,740 582,398         —
Matthew D. Burlend 1,787,991 1,240,147
Jeffrey D. Brown 1,779,183 1,248,955
Mitchell A. Saltz 1,971,679 1,056,459
James Richardson 2,059,180 968,958


About VIRTRA, INC. (OTCMKTS:VTSI)

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VirTra, Inc., formerly VirTra Systems, Inc., is engaged in the sale and development of judgmental use of force training simulators and firearms training simulators for law enforcement, military and commercial uses. The Company sells simulators and related products around the world through a direct sales force and international distribution partners. Its products include V-300 Simulator, a 300 degree wrap-around screen with video capability for simulation training; V-180 Simulator, a 180 degree screen with video capability; V-100 Simulator, a single-screen-based simulator system; V-ST Simulator, a single screen simulated shooting range simulator with the ability to scale to multiple screens; V-Author Software, which allows users to create, edit and train with content specific to agency’s objectives; Simulated Recoil, a range of simulated recoil kits/weapons, and Return Fire Device, a Threat-Fire device that applies real-world stress on the trainees during simulation training.

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