Monthly Archives: July 2015

Cherubim Interests, Inc. (CHIT) is “One to Watch”

July 31, 2015

Cherubim Interests is a development-stage alternative construction and real estate development company seeking various opportunities relative to the company’s management team of experts in property management, construction and finance.

The company’s primary focus is within the real estate development and controlled environment agriculture sectors, which Cherubim recently entered into by acquiring an exclusive worldwide license for the deployment of a proprietary plant cultivation technology. Through its wholly owned subsidiary, BudCube Cultivation Systems USA, Cherubim plans to construct, deploy and lease scalable medical and recreational marijuana cultivation facilities for commercial applications.

Coupled with a real estate development and property management business model, BudCube Cultivation Systems (“BCS”) can position itself anywhere in the world where the cultivation of cannabis is legal. BCS’s unique business model positions the company to greatly benefit as more market participants seek to gain entry into a fast-growing market at an attractive price point.

Armed with the ability to lease a portable and scalable turn-key cultivation solution to growers, Cherubim aims to use its licensed solution to fill the gap for both first-time and experienced cultivators who may not have the capital resources to buy land, construct or tenant-improve existing structures for the optimum environment for developing a high-quality cannabis product.

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) Expanding Presence in Pet Products and Services Market with Formidable Intellectual Property Portfolio

OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) develops, produces and markets various accessory and consumable pet products designed to awaken pets’ natural instincts. Sold exclusively through pet specialty retailers, the company’s products are marketed under a collection of industry-leading brand names – including OurPets®, Pet Zone®, Play-N-Squeak™, Cosmic Catnip™, Go! Cat! Go!® and Clipnosis. In total, OurPet’s has an intellectual property portfolio featuring more than 225 individual patents, giving the company sustainable access to the pet products industry for the foreseeable future.

In recent years, the U.S. pet products and services market has experienced strong growth, with total sales accounting for approximately $73 billion in 2014, according to a report by Packaged Facts. In 2015, this strong performance is expected to continue, building on the recent rise in related ecommerce purchases, as well as an uptick in dog and cat ownership throughout the country. In order to capitalize on this market performance, OurPet’s has continued to expand upon its product line in recent month, introducing both the Catty Whack® and the Zoom Plume™ products at the Las Vegas SuperZoo convention for pet retailers earlier this year.

“We are very excited about our new line-up of products,” Steven Tsengas, chairman and chief executive officer of OurPet’s, stated in a news release. “Our goal is to create products that work in tandem with pets’ natural instincts to ensure their emotional, mental and physical health while always helping to increase the bond between pets and their parents.”

In the first quarter of 2015, OurPet’s successfully leveraged the strong performance of the pet products and services market to record promising financial results. The company’s net revenue for the period was just under $5.6 million, which was a 7.3 percent year-over-year increase. Additionally, OurPet’s achieved a 59 percent year-over-year increase in net income, recording more than $213,000 for the quarter.

“We achieved solid results for the first three months of 2015, which included… the second highest first quarter income in four years,” continued Tsengas.

OurPet’s, through its innovative and extensive line of popular pet products, is in a favorable strategic position to continue building upon its recent market growth. For prospective shareholders, this positioning makes the company an intriguing investment opportunity in the months to come. Look for OurPet’s to capitalize on steady market performance moving forward, providing an opportunity for the company to realize strong investor returns in the future.

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On the Move Systems, Inc. (OMVS) Uber-Like App-Driven On-Demand Freight Platform Set to Revolutionize $700 Billion Trucking Industry

The American economy is a vast, living organism comprised of a cellular structure of raw capitalistic forces pushing and pulling against one another, with vast quantities of goods and services changing hands on a daily basis. This juggernaut is quantifiable by metrics like the official U.S. GDP figure for last year of some $17.42 trillion dollars and its lifeblood cannot be circulated without the logistical capacity provided by often overlooked, yet inherently vital components such as the trucking industry, which moves nearly 70 percent of all freight tonnage in the country. By any measure, without the trucking industry, the engine of American prosperity would come to a grinding halt.

The 37,000 plus member-strong federation of trucking groups known as the ATA (American Trucking Associations), valued this sector in its annual report last year at over $700 billion in revenue. A huge sum of money that is underpinned by roughly three million heavy-duty Class 8 trucks, which consume in excess of 37 billion gallons of diesel in order to keep the roughly 9.96 billion tons of annual freight moving around the country.

The industry as a whole employed over seven million people as of 2013 alone, including more than 3.4 million drivers, with commercial trucks representing a $16.5 million plus in contributions to government coffers via federal highway user fees. The industry also continues to be plagued by a persistent driver shortage and faces numerous other challenges, such as CSA (Carrier Safety Administration) regulations, including driving limit HOS (Hours-of-Service) compliance and pending driver coercion regulations, which seek to address the problem of drivers being pressured by dispatchers (and others) to violate federal stipulations and meet increasingly unrealistic delivery deadlines.

This industry also remains highly fragmented, with 50 of the biggest players, like versatile provider of surface transportation, delivery and logistics services J B Hunt (NASDAQ: JBHT), or transportation, logistics and supply-chain management giant Con-way (NYSE: CNW), accounting for less than 30 percent of the overall market. This is the kind of fragmentation so brilliantly taken advantage of in other industries by companies like on-demand ride-sharing car service firm Uber, which was worth just $18 billion a year ago and is now posting valuations in the neighborhood of $50 billion. With some reports now suggesting that Uber’s innovative approach to app-driven, on-demand servicing could effectively drive more than $2 billion in revenue this year alone, similar innovations in the trucking industry should be of considerable interest to savvy investors.

It is into this highly fragmented environment that trucking industry innovator On the Move Systems (OTC: OMVS) has stepped, with its ground-breaking ISTx Platform technology designed to synchronize supply chain dynamics within the freight industry, employing similar shared economy business modeling concepts that have so successfully been exploited by companies like Uber, or social network-driven lodging rental site developer Airbnb. By creating the software and instrumentation architecture required to transform the freight industry, OMVS is within striking distance of fully bringing forward a solution that unites business applications with logistics inventory and the end-customers, allowing for on-demand local freight carrier service to be obtained readily.

This concept of on-demand freight has immense potential for growing the overall industry. By making a wider variety of interstate shipping methods accessible to more players within the sector, while also improving overall cost efficiencies through synchronized supply chain realizations and the lowering of delivery times, the on-demand freight model being created by OMVS could forever change the face of the trucking industry. Indeed, the emergence of such innovation could have truly transformative implications, with route optimization created by a subsequently interwoven national and local carrier web leading to efficiencies never before thought possible. The company’s roll out of a shared economy app to power this on-demand freight vision was recently bolstered by the announcement that the company has tapped a prominent Houston-area software design firm to assist in executing the final phases.

On the Move Systems has clearly defined an implementation vector here for doing to interstate shipping what Uber has done for hailing a cab, but within in an industry that is several times larger and of inestimably greater vital significance to the underlying economy. The global potential of the OMVS model is telegraphed by the proliferation of Uber-type service models in other countries around the world and the extensibility of the toolkit OMVS is putting together to tap this global potential is something that has been creating considerable buzz in the investment community of late. The company’s ability to connect users to a premier group of international providers that can deliver the widest possible array of cargo availability and shipping options, as well as access to route information, is a unique advantage that will allow users to make highly effective decisions within minutes, and all without the kind of routine guess work that currently hampers nearly every operator in the industry.

The latest announcement of having tapped a crucial build developer for the app marks a major milestone for On the Move Systems and represents the culmination of extensive interface research and engineering efforts over the last several months. OMVS has already attracted a great deal of interest from local and national trucking firms looking to get in on the ground floor with the company’s Uber-style freight portal and the long-term revenue potential of the platform for OMVS, driven by a shared economy model and enhanced profit margins for everyone involved, continues to sustain shareholder confidence.

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GrowBLOX Sciences, Inc. (GBLX) – Cultivating Turnkey Solutions for the Medical Cannabis Industry

GrowBLOX Sciences (“GB Sciences”) is a nature-inspired company employing a novel approach toward cannabis-based medicine. The company is focused on offering a turnkey business solution: transforming cannabis into safe and consistent medicine.

GB Sciences’ focus is on the research of indoor agriculture technology for the medical cannabis industry. The company merges state-of-the-art technologies in plant biology, cultivation and post-production processes in order to optimize safe, consistent medical cannabis. In doing so, the company is also pioneering technology, industry-leading processes, and a big data-driven clinical research and development algorithm in order to bring relief to patients in communities across the country.

As part of its efforts to lock in industry standards, GB Sciences is developing a comprehensive line of highly effective cannabis-based therapies ranging from custom medical compounds to consumer health and beauty products. GB Sciences’ cultivation methodology ensures a consistent ratio of the plant’s medicinal properties for each and every harvest. This is a critical factor when creating formulations for standardized therapeutic products.

GB Sciences’ drug development program also endeavors to unlock the path to drug discovery and to provide novel cannabinoid therapies to patients with critically unmet needs. The company is developing the GrowBLOX system, a proprietary technology that allows for controlled growing conditions for the manufacture of toxin-free, natural, and medicinal-grade cannabis and cannabis concentrates. Starting with certified, cannabis plant-derived ingredients from the GrowBLOX technology suite, GB Sciences tests proprietary ratios of active ingredients in an accelerated drug development program. It also focuses on the research, testing and development of FDA-approved medical treatments and nutraceuticals using extracts from the cannabis sativa plant.

GrowBLOX Sciences is gearing up to cultivate the medical cannabis industry in new ways. The company’s science and research efforts power discovery, its engineering and design activities bring ideas into the real world, and its big data methodology drives continuous improvement.

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The Aristocrat Group Corp. (ASCC) Strategy to Bring Easily Mixable Ultra Premium Vodka Brands to the Mass Market is Segment-Defining

President and CEO of national distilled spirits trade association, the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States (DISCUS), Peter Cressy, noted in the DISCUS U.S. Market Report for 2014 that premiumization across all categories continued to be a strong source of consumer interest. Another important driver of the sector’s growth – characterized by data points such as a reported 4 percent uptick in supplier sales to over $23 billion last year and a 2.2 percent rise in total sales volume to 210 million cases – has been the emergence of small distillers, bringing unique concepts into the market and inspiring an organic surge in the overall spirits category.

U.S. retail sales of distilled spirits were around $70 billion last year and strong consumer interest in cocktails, as well as improving market access and modernization factors, have contributed to an estimated 3.7 percent growth in the export market too, marking the fifth straight year of such export growth. Vodka in particular has shown renewed interest, with cocktails like the Bloody Mary, Strawberry Cranberry Mule and Vodka Martini in high swing, alongside an ongoing boom for American whiskeys, giving rise to more consumption of evergreen favorites like the Mint Julep, Old Fashioned, and Whiskey Sour. Flavored vodka sales were actually off last year, but the more mixable, traditional vodka volumes grew on-pace with exports, showing 3.7 percent growth year over year.

Nearly half the global alcoholic beverage market is currently dominated by a 40 percent branded drinks footprint according to Transparency Market Research. A footprint featuring powerhouses like Anheuser-Busch InBev (NYSE: BUD), which generates over $1 billion a year from 16 of its top brands alone, as well as the world’s largest producer of spirits, Diageo (NYSE: DEO), and private company Bacardi, the name of which is almost synonymous with rum, thanks to the popularity of its eponymous white rum. Diageo, which gets about 13 percent of its entire sales volume from vodka, is a perfect example of how important brands are in this game, with both the world’s best-selling vodka and the world’s best-selling blended Scotch whiskey, Smirnoff and Johnnie Walker respectively, among its lineup.

It is into this market that The Aristocrat Group Corp. (OTC: ASCC) has stepped with its brand management division, Luxuria Brands, a local Idaho distiller, Distilled Resources, and a bold strategy to bring a series of ultra-premium vodkas to the mass market. Outstanding, high-class vodka without the high-class price tag is a solid strategic move by ASCC to tap into the $5.5 billion and growing U.S. vodka market. The company’s focused branding strategy looks good right out of the gate as the company moves to develop, bottle, and distribute a unique selection of fine vodka products worldwide.

The company’s flagship vodka and the first of two distinct vodka brands, RWB Ultra-Premium Handcrafted Vodka (, is an award-winningly delicate and smooth, ultra-premium vodka made from the highest quality Idaho potatoes. Produced using a unique four-column distillation process that results in a perfectly balanced and eminently mixable vodka, RWB Ultra-Premium Handcrafted Vodka has become a fast favorite. In eye-catching bottles that really pop out on shelves, this living vessel of traditional craftsmanship speaks directly to the widest market of vodka lovers and is rapidly winning more and more retailers, with the biggest distributor in North America currently handling the product’s proliferation.

The Aristocrat Group’s newly announced Big Box Vodka, distilled from Idaho winter wheat through a continuous four-column distillation process and then packaged into an innovative box for convenience and portability, brings the same quality of smooth and crisp ultra-premium vodka to a market segment historically associated with wine: bag-in-box. Whether it stays in the freezer for easy dispensing and mixing at a party, or if it is carried on-the-go to events like Fourth of July festivities, this ultra-premium vodka in a spouted, 1.75-liter box that is twice the volume of standard 750 mL bottles, is an ingenious combination of innovative packaging and a superb spirit.

Intent on rolling out this market segment-defining product during the summer in the most populous U.S. regions, including via retailers in California, Florida, Louisiana, Nevada and Texas, The Aristocrat Group is grabbing the bull by both horns here, confident that its strategy for capturing significant market share in the vodka space is indeed quite sound. The company’s recent announcement that it will showcase RWB Ultra-Premium Handcrafted Vodka at a major cocktail festival this July 15 to 19 in New Orleans, an event which will captivate the attention of the entire spirits industry for five days, only adds to the company’s already well defined marketing.

Existing marketing like the RWB Racing effort, whereby the company is racing with a professional prototype program including drivers Robbie Kerr and Nicholas De Crem, is another example of the kind of brand presence reinforcing work ASCC is involved in around the promotion of their vodkas. Engaged in via the Dawson Group, the only team running a professional Radical SR9 and slated to compete in Tudors Sports Car Championship and World Endurance Championship class races, this marketing effort helps flesh-out the brand identity and give it a unique appeal.

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MIT Holding, Inc. (MITD) – A Concierge Medical Service Provider Primed for Home Infusion Market

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MIT Holding is a single source provider of concierge medical services and products throughout the United States. Through a portfolio of license, contractual and affiliate agreements, the company offers a portfolio of services that includes but is in no way limited to the:

• Administering of intravenous infusions;
• Management of medical services; and
• Provision of in-home therapies.

In a press release dated April 27, 2015, the company revealed that it had achieved positive net income from its operations in 2014, to the tune of over $14,000. This profit amount signaled significant improvement from the previous year’s numbers. It’s also a direct consequence of the company’s renewed focus on its in-home health recovery business and the resulting growth in overall income generated in 2014 (over $1.1 million).

Many aspects of the structure of MIT Holding’s in-home health recovery business, which facilitates and assists patients from the time of their release from a hospital through to a full in-home recovery, were finalized in 2014. The target audience for the business have been determined to be those needing infusion for recovery.

With many infusion therapies costing more than $10,000 per patient, per year and many patients needing special counseling and education regarding their condition and treatment, there is certainly a market for the business.
The two most recognized names in the infusion sector, CVS Health Corp. (NYSE: CVS) and Walgreen Co. (NYSE: WAG), have established footprints into the home infusion market through a series of strategic acquisitions that highlight the growing demand for home infusion services. The usual retail pharmacies and traditional distributors are generally designed to carry inventories of low cost, high volume products, while MIT Holding’s platform is based on the delivery of high cost, low volume specialty pharmaceuticals that have specialized handling and administration requirements.

Today’s United States home infusion market has been estimated at around $16 billion and is forecasted to reach approximately $27 billion by 2020, according to Harris Williams & Co. At a compound annual growth rate of approximately 9% per year, this could mean a significant market opportunity for MIT Holding. Furthermore, the company is anticipating that the demand for low cost, high quality home care will increase as paying patients become aware that they could realize up to 90% in savings on infusion services performed in the home versus in the hospital and that, as a result, this will result in continued growth for its in-home health recovery business. It is little wonder that this is an area of significant focus in its operations.

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FastFunds Financial Corp. (FFFC) Partners with Leading Cannabis Industry Marketing Firm on Tommy Chong Green Card

The Tommy Chong Green Card, which is currently under development by FastFunds Financial Corp., inched closer to its national launch on Thursday, as the company announced an exclusive creative agreement with Casa Giallo, Inc. Under the terms of this partnership, Casa Giallo will be responsible for marketing, branding and advertising efforts pertaining to the innovative prepaid loyalty debit card, as well as providing both traditional and social media strategies.

“We chose Casa Giallo due to their capabilities in every phase of creative,” Kurt Martig, president of FastFunds subsidiary Cannabis Merchant Financial Solutions, stated in a news release. “They combine breadth advertising experience with cannabis industry intelligence in a way that will help set us apart in the marketplace.”

Casa Giallo is a recognized leader in the cannabis marketing industry, providing services to a variety of nationally-recognized clients – including Snoop Dogg, Tommy Chong, Eaze, Cloud V and Cannabis International Foundation.

“FastFunds is creating financial service solutions vital to maintaining the cannabis industry’s explosive growth,” stated Chris Halmo, president of Casa Giallo. “We are excited to continue our work with Tommy Chong and his licensed product lines through this partnership.”

The announcement of its arrangement with Casa Giallo capped off what has been an exciting month in the development of the company’s upcoming payments solution. Previously, FastFunds named Soren Holdings and Marketing as the brand and marketing specialist for the Tommy Chong Green Card, adding a 20-year industry veteran to its proven marketing team. Additionally, FastFunds announced the execution of a sales representation agreement with Evergreen Licensing of Northridge, California. Through these partnerships, the company gains strategic access to the resources needed to promote national distribution in the future.

FastFunds’s payments solution is being hailed as a game changing payments alternative for the country’s legal marijuana dispensaries and retailers, which are currently operating as all-cash businesses. Because the drug is still illegal at the federal level, most financial institutions refuse to work with these legal operations for fear of running afoul of federal banking laws. The Tommy Chong Green Card avoids this issue by functioning as a prepaid gift card, placing it outside the legal reach of ambiguous financial regulations.

As the company continues to make progress toward the impending launch of its solution to the cannabis industry’s current ‘cash problem’, it’s an intriguing time for prospective shareholders. Look for FastFunds to build on its recent headway in the months to come, providing a platform for sustainable returns moving forward.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS) Focusing on Mid-Market Shippers for Upcoming On-Demand Trucking Market

July 30, 2015

As On the Move Systems continues development of its “Uber for Trucking” portal, the company is narrowing down its target market by focusing on mid-market haulers as the best potential users of the revolutionary shared economy online app.

Noting that firms in this range often lack sophisticated transport management systems (TMS) to efficiently administer complicated freight networks, OMVS points to a recent survey by Logistics Management, which revealed that only 35 percent of shippers are using TMS in their daily businesses. The same report shows that usage figure drops even lower when categorized by company size, with mid-size and small-size shippers having the lowest TMS adoption rates.

“This survey shows there is great market potential for a portal like ours that will help truckers better manage their operations,” OMVS CEO Robert Wilson stated in the news release. “And it also indicates potential new markets for our shared economy platform we can expand into down the line. We’ve been focused entirely on trucking thus far. However, there’s no reason why our portal can’t be just as effective for other logistical companies that move freight.”

An efficient TMS helps logistics firms to more effectively manage scheduling, routing, carrier selection, and load forwarding, enabling companies to make better use of their assets and labor and giving them an advantage over firms that don’t have such a system. As a result, many leading trucking companies are willing to spend large sums on technology to maximize equipment utilization and more effectively price their services.

OMVS says its new portal can improve efficiency and cost-control by bringing together independent freight haulers and trucking companies into a user-friendly, shared-economy platform.

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Passport Potash, Inc. (PPRTF) Continues to Explore Significant Potash Deposits at Promising Holbrook Basin Project

Passport Potash is an exploration stage company engaged in the acquisition and development of advanced potash properties. The company’s primary project is located in the Holbrook Basin of Arizona, which, according to a report by the Arizona Geological Survey, currently contains an estimated six billion tons of potash. In addition to holding significant minable deposits, Passport’s property provides the company with a collection of strategic advantages over international potash development projects – including convenient access to BNSF rail lines, interstate highways and a major power plant located within 25 miles of the site.

Potash is used primarily by the agriculture industry as a potassium-rich form of fertilizer, providing one of the three essential nutrients needed to grow plants. Although it is a generic term used to describe a variety of minerals and manufactured chemicals containing potassium, potash is a fairly limited resource that is found in only a few places around the world. Despite the limited supply, global demand for potash is on the rise due to increasing demand for food and biofuels. For Passport, this demand could translate into an opportunity for strong financial growth moving forward.

In addition to its own property, Passport has entered into a strategic agreement with the nearby Hopi Tribe to work toward the future development of approximately 13,000 acres of contiguous privately-held tribe land, giving the company improved access to the area’s promising potash deposits. Based on historical drilling data, as well as data gathered from the drilling of 52 new holes since 2009, an independent preliminary economic assessment identified an estimated 398 million tons of mineable potash on the combined property, demonstrating the immense growth potential for Passport as it approaches the commencement of mining operations.

Currently, the company is engaged in pre-feasibility and feasibility studies to determine the best approach to initiating mining operations at its sizable project. For prospective shareholders, the estimated volume of potash onsite, as well as the growing global demand for potassium-rich fertilizers, makes Passport an intriguing early investment opportunity. Look for the company to continue making strides toward the development of its Holbrook Basin project in the months to come.

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Cachet Financial Solutions, Inc. (CAFN) Providing Cutting-Edge Technology to Evolving Financial Services Industry

Cachet Financial Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: CAFN) is a leading cloud-based, SaaS technology provider serving the financial services industry. Since its founding in 2010, the company’s proprietary mobile money and remote deposit capture (RDC) solutions have helped it grow into a technology leader, forming partnerships with some of the world’s largest and most respected financial organizations. This established position in the RDC market is expected to provide Cachet with a platform for considerable growth moving forward. According to a report by the Credit Union Times, more than 70 percent of U.S. financial institutions have implemented or plan to implement RDC technology within the next year.

In recent months, Cachet has continued to build upon its industry presence, deploying RDC solutions for a collection of national and regional banks. Most recently, the company announced an agreement with Los Angeles-based 1st Century Bank to provide its innovative Select Business™ Merchant Capture platform for small business RDC capabilities, effectively improving the ability of the bank’s customers to monitor and manage their businesses while on the road.

“It’s very exciting to see the growing interest and demand for Cachet’s Select Business RDC solution,” Jeffrey Mack, president and chief executive officer of Cachet, stated in a news release. “Select Business is helping more and more banks… improve market position by strengthening relationships with their current business customers, attracting new business customers and reducing costs by minimizing routine branch transactions.”

In the first quarter of 2015, Cachet leveraged the overall marketability of its platforms to realize strong financial growth. By selling 37 new products during the three month period, the company increased its estimated cumulative contract value by 70 percent over the same quarter in the previous year. As a result, Cachet realized a 111 percent year-over-year increase in total revenues, recording $1 million for the quarter. As of its latest financial results, the company’s products were in use by 340 individual bank and credit union customers, further demonstrating Cachet’s extensive market growth in just five years of operation.

“We plan to build on our momentum as we move through 2015, which will lay the foundation for more strong growth and profitability in 2016,” continued Mack. “Our success will be measured by signing new customers as well as upselling and cross selling our existing customers, with this leading to higher recurring revenue, and ultimately cash flow profitability.”

With an estimated 79 percent of adults between the ages of 18 and 29 now owning smartphones and scores of new consumers embracing the mobile prepaid market each and every day, Cachet is in a favorable position to capitalize on the ongoing evolution of the nation’s banking industry, promoting sustainable returns for the foreseeable future. For prospective shareholders, the company’s continued commitment to innovation and expansion of its customer base combine to make it an intriguing investment opportunity in the months to come.

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One World Holdings Inc. (OWOO) has Leadership in the Right Places

One World Holdings knows that its success both short and long term will come from a variety of difference sources – not the least of which will be the expertise that is derived from its management team. The company, known for transcending global and ethnic borders to create positive self-images in young women and girls around the world, is led by world famous doll designer, Ms. Stacy McBride-Irby and Ms. Joanne Melton, Chief Executive Officer.

Ms. Stacey McBride-Irby has been the Chief Product Development Officer and Director at One World Holdings, Inc. since July 2011. While serving as a Project Designer for Mattel, Inc., for 15 years, Ms. McBride-Irby created the So In Style™ line of African-American Barbies which were released in 2009. The So In Style™ Barbie collection is made up of dolls that come in a variety of skin hues with a fuller nose and lips, distinctive cheekbones and different texture and hair colors. In addition, she designed the sorority Barbie™, celebrating the centennial year of Alpha Kappa Alpha, the first African-American Greek Sorority, founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C. in 1908.

Ms. Corinda Joanne Melton has been the CEO of One World Holdings, Inc. for four years and served as its Principal Financial Officer. She is an entrepreneur with over two decades of management experience in the banking, product, and services industries. She has held management positions at various banks from the mid-seventies to the mid-eighties where she was responsible for hiring and training employees. From October 1988 to January 2002, she worked at Chase Bank where she started as a Commercial Loans Note Teller and was promoted to management within 4 months. During a successful career at Chase she excelled at automating manual processes and streamlining job functions resulting in fewer employees needed to perform a myriad of job functions. She was promoted to Division Manager of Commercial Loan Collateral Services, a Senior Management position. From 2006 to October 2010, Ms. Melton served as the President of Imagine International, Inc., a software development company she co-founded.

One World Holdings, Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiary, The One World Doll Project, Inc., designs, manufactures, and markets dolls. The company offers its dolls under the Prettie Girls! brand name. One World Holdings, Inc. is based in Houston, Texas.

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Stellar Biotechnologies, Inc. (SBOTF) Preparing for Continued Market Growth through Strategic Partnership

July 29, 2015

Stellar Biotechnologies, Inc. (OTCQB: SBOTF), a leading provider of keyhole limpet hemocyanin (KLH) protein, yesterday announced a collaboration agreement with Ostiones Guerrero SA de CV that will allow Stellar to greatly expand its KLH production capacity in the future. Through this agreement, the two businesses will utilize their considerable expertise in marine-based industries in order to design and develop an environmentally-sustainable KLH production facility in Baja California, Mexico. Through the construction of this facility, Stellar will gain exclusive access to an additional site for hatchery and maturation of keyhole limpets, as well as production of KLH.

“This collaboration has far-reaching, positive implications for Stellar,” Frank Oakes, president and chief executive officer of Stellar, stated in a news release. “In addition to the clear operational security offered by a second site, the partnership with Ostiones provides Stellar the opportunity to extend our leadership in the sustainable manufacture of KLH while ensuring protection of a valuable ocean resource and natural habitat.”

Environmental protection is particularly important to the future financial success of Stellar, as the source of KLH protein, the giant keyhole limpet, is native to a limited stretch of the Pacific Ocean coastline. As a result, the company has developed a proprietary harvesting process that does not harm the giant keyhole limpets, ensuring a sustainable production process that can be scaled to meet the consistently rising demands of the biotechnology industry as the clinical use of novel immunotherapies continues to increase.

According to the terms of the agreement, Stellar will be responsible for certain leasehold improvements and construction of structures and utilities at Ostiones’s Baja California facility. Ostiones will provide labor and operational support, as needed, and the two partners expect to enter into a second deal regarding the use of site resources and utilities at a later date.

Through this agreement, Stellar will be in a strong strategic position to capitalize on the forecast market growth for KLH protein. In its fiscal quarter ending March 2015, the company demonstrated the biotechnology industry’s rising interest in its product by posting a 64 percent year-over-year increase in revenue as a result of increased sales volume. For prospective shareholders, Stellar’s foresight in meeting future market demand highlights the quality of its leadership team, as well as the overall marketability of its product. Look for the company to leverage this progress in the coming months, providing a platform for sustainable investor returns moving forward.

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Announces Rising Interest in Franchise Opportunities following Recent Financial Growth


Since opening its first location seven years ago, Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (OTCQB: GIGL) has consistently demonstrated the immense market demand for a healthy alternative to traditional family-friendly restaurant and entertainment venues. As the first and only restaurant that brings together high-end, organic food with cutting-edge entertainment for children, the company’s concept has been a hit amongst families in its target areas. As a result of this popularity, GIGL has since expanded to three locations throughout Greater Los Angeles, and this success is catching the attention of a growing number of potential franchisees.

“Since opening our first location in Southern California in 2008, we’ve received strong interest from franchisees seeking to take our concept into new markets,” Joey Parsi, founder and chief executive officer of GIGL, stated in a news release. “While franchising has always been a component of our long-term growth strategy, we chose to establish a strong foundation… by initially focusing on perfecting our experience at company-owned locations.”

Despite the company’s reluctance to commit to franchise locations early in the development of its concept, GIGL’s recent performance in the competitive Los Angeles market has driven expanded interest in franchise opportunities. According to its news release, the company has received interest from franchise operators in nearly every major U.S. city, as well as those in international markets – including Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, Asia and Australia.

Though GIGL hasn’t yet agreed to any franchise locations, increasing interest has pushed the company to estimate the potential financial benefits presented by these opportunities. In particular, GIGL expects to receive licensing fees ranging from ‘several hundred thousand dollars to millions of dollars’, in addition to ongoing royalties of as much as eight percent of gross sales.

“[T]his strategy provides a great complement to our core company-owned growth initiatives,” stated Philip Gay, chief business development officer of GIGL. “Based on my extensive personal experience in senior leadership positions with several highly successful enterprises that have benefited from franchising, I believe GIGL is well-positioned for long-term success in this arena.”

If the company decides to pursue growth through franchising, it will gain improved access to an industry that’s posted strong financial growth in recent years. According to a report by IBISWorld, the domestic chain restaurant market has recorded annual growth of 3.8 percent for the past five years, accounting for approximately $104 billion in revenue in 2014. The report also highlights the importance of franchise agreements to this growth, demonstrating the commercial viability of this proven strategy in the national restaurant industry.

As GIGL continues to weigh the strategic advantages offered by pursuing franchising opportunities, the company is in a strong position to record considerable market growth in the future. For prospective shareholders, GIGL’s innovative and highly marketable restaurant concept provides the company with a platform upon which to promote sustainable returns.

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WRIT Media Group, Inc. (WRIT) – A Digital Media Company for the Masses

WRIT Media Group, Inc. is a holding company growing its operations within the digital media content industry. The corporation is spreading its reach in this business via two branches. It is fully engaged in content creation via its subsidiary Front Row Networks and in retro video gaming via two other divisions, Amiga Games and Retro Infinity.

Incorporated in 2007, WRIT Media began life as the Writers’ Group Film Corporation. In the beginning, the company produced films, television programs and entertainment programs for diverse media formats then, in February 2011, the California-based company acquired Front Row Networks and, in August 2013, Amiga Games. By creating a synergy with these subsidiaries, WRIT Media has been able to benefit from the increasing demand for interactive digital content and alternative mobile and theatrical content to transform itself into a digital media company. Under the company’s new structure:

• Front Row Networks provides production, distribution and financing of live concerts, music documentaries and family programs for both theatrical and ancillary distribution.

• Meanwhile, the “retro” video gaming division, comprised of Amiga Games and Retro Infinity (another acquisition), publishes classic video games for the latest technological devices (e.g. smartphone, mobile and TV set-top devices) and for a growing audience interested in such games.

From social media campaigns to crowd funding, WRIT Media is employing innovative approaches to bring additional attention to its mobile gaming products and to reinforce its focus on expanding within the digital media industry. With the backing of its managers, who have 100 years of combined industry experience, such inventiveness has helped the company achieve significant milestones, including a $10 million equity line of financing and the acquisition of Amiga Games in 2013.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Gearing Up to Turn Natural Gas Waste into Opportunity

July 28, 2015

Gas flaring is a fairly efficient method of burning impurities found in raw natural gas and carbon dioxide, but without the proper equipment in place, much of the wasted fossil fuel is expelled directly into the atmosphere – resulting in billions of wasted dollars and detriment to the surrounding environment.

The National Oceanic Administration Association (NOAA) estimates that gas flares pump 400 million tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere worldwide each year, adversely impacting local populations of human and wildlife, and often resulting in loss of livelihood and severe health issues.

For Houston-based Well Power, Inc., the environmental and economic obstacles are more of an opportunity than a problem. Through a strategic licensing agreement, Well Power has the rights to Texas, along with the first right of refusal on the other U.S. states, to a new technology solution designed to process waste natural gas into “clean power” and engineered fuels. Based on proprietary technology, these Micro Refinery Units (MRU) are mobile, high-yield and can be deployed with minimum capital expenditure.

The MRUs, currently in development, will provide the opportunity to turn a wasted resource into a product of value while at the same time enabling wider access to energy, improved environmental conditions, and economic development for local populations where gas flaring is prevalent – such as North Dakota. By focusing on eliminating legacy flaring and minimizing new flaring, Well Power has an opportunity to assume a vital role in the continual for sustainable resource development and energy efficiency.

Well Power also intends to offer its technology along with full-service engineering, design, construction, modular fabrication, maintenance and construction management services to clients in the upstream areas of exploration and production.

Development of the product is ongoing, with the first MRU expected in the near future.

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Redefining Early Stage Investments Conference (RESI) in Boston Expected to be Biggest Yet

Investor conferences are a widely popular means for public companies to place themselves directly in front of willing and financially able investors looking for new investment options. With a particular focused on life sciences companies, the Redefining Early Stage Investments Conference (RESI) is coming up in Boston on September 16. RESI conference planners say the Boston event is on track to be RESI’s biggest event thus far, with an expected 600 attendees.

RESI is an ongoing conference series that connects early stage life sciences companies with attending investors, providing opportunities to create relationships that lead to funding. RESI Boston will bring together 200 eager and early stage corporate venture investors, 300 fundraising executives, and 100 service providers for a one day international partnering meeting that gives early stage life science companies the chance to book target meetings with relevant investors.

RESI creates meetings based on a common fit, which promotes compelling conversations, facilitating the development of qualified investor relationships. The RESI Partnering Forum allows fundraising executives to identify and book up to 16 meetings with life science investors who fit their company’s technology sector and stage of development. Presenting companies benefit from a receptive audience ready to hear each company’s story and business model.

Panels, workshops and one-on-one meetings throughout the course of the day create a fast-paced yet efficient atmosphere of productive dialogue, networking, presentations and close investment rounds designed to benefit the showcasing companies as well as investors in attendance.

Boston RESI follows highly successful events in San Francisco and Houston, and features a lineup of sponsors including Johnson & Johnson Innovation JLABS, Charles River Laboratories, McDermott Will & Emory and Wuxi App Tec.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS) Sees Strong Market Potential for Proposed Shared Economy Courier Service

On the Move Systems reports that after conducting its own market research, it finds that a shared economy courier service offers clear and distinct advantages over companies built on more traditional business models. The company says these findings empower its proposed service, for which the company is now actively scouting possible locations.

“We’ve found several compelling stats that lead us to believe a shared economy courier service would prosper in the right situation,” OMVS CEO Robert Wilson stated in the news release. “For example, such a service would have a tremendous competitive advantage thanks to lower capital and labor costs compared to someone like FedEx or a local ‘hot-shot’ company. We’d have a flexible workforce driving their own vehicles, eliminating the need for any brick and mortar facilities and dramatically cutting overhead.”

Taking advantage of lower overhead, OMVS says it could offer competitive rates, and with a flexible workforce available at a moment’s notice, the new shared economy courier service could also provide faster deliveries than traditional companies. With an online, on-demand service, OMVS would avoid the need to open and operate costly call centers or drop-off locations, as well as the hiring of ground and administrative staff, or loading crews. This would free OMVS from incurring debt, which is an issue for many traditional courier companies.

In recent years, courier service revenues have been steadily climbing, up nearly 15 percent to nearly $95 billion in 2014 from $80 billion in 2009. A survey of courier companies reported most enjoyed double-digit revenue growth in 2014 with expectations for similar results this year. Market analysts peg the courier industry as a $216 billion market overall.

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The Aristocrat Group Corp. (ASCC) Canadian Distributor Launches RWB Vodka Marketing Campaign

The Aristocrat Group Group this week made a significant advance in its international expansion of distribution when the company’s joint venture partner in Canada, Westcoast Spirits Company, Ltd., began its marketing campaign to promote RWB Ultra-Premium Handcrafted Vodka in British Columbia.

Obtaining Canadian distribution has been a priority for ASCC since RWB Vodka’s debut. In late 2013, ASCC began its partnership with Westcoast Spirits to capitalize on market growth in a nation where vodka is the most popular distilled spirit category. On par with its distribution initiatives, ASCC announced last week that its first Canadian shipment of its flagship spirit would arrive in Vancouver, one of Canada’s most important markets for distilled spirits.

“The Westcoast Spirits Company has already begun reaching out to buyers in British Columbia about stocking our product,” ASCC CEO Robert Federowicz stated in the news release. “We believe our potential for growth in the Canadian marketplace is huge. RWB Vodka is one of the only spirits in the country approved for ‘gluten-free’ labeling, and that’s going to make our product stand out from the pack.”

The recipient of 17 tasting awards over the past two years, ASCC celebrates the GMO-free RWB Ultra-Premium Handcrafted Vodka as one of the most highly decorated American vodkas in the distilled spirits marketplace. ASCC is currently in the midst of a major expansion behind the continued success of RWB, as well as the impending debut of Big Box Vodka, an ultra-premium bag-in-box distilled spirit. Earlier this month, ASCC announced that it expanded its distribution network to include the state of Louisiana.

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Wisdom Homes of America, Inc. (WOFA) CEO Featured in Exclusive QualityStocks Interview

QualityStocks today announces the availability of a new audio interview with Jim Pakulis, Chief Executive Officer of Wisdom Homes of America, Inc. (OTCQB: WOFA). The interview can be heard at

Pakulis first explains the company’s business model as an owner and operator of manufactured home retail centers headquartered in Tyler, Texas, before detailing its improving financial performance in its first full year of operations.

The CEO then discusses WOFA’s trajectory as the Company seeks to achieve more than $4 million in revenues for 2015 and continued growth beyond, driven by three different existing or planned revenue streams: manufactured home retail centers; subdivisions; and mortgage options.

The interview then moves on to the company’s background in technology and why Pakulis moved its operations into the highly opportunistic manufactured housing industry.

“The number of homebuyers purchasing manufactured homes since 2010 is increasing roughly 10% per year. As of 2014 there was about 62,000 manufactured homebuyers in the U.S. That represents $4.1 billion in homes sold … in the U.S,” he says. “Since the financial debacle there were fewer retailers in the retail space. However, on the other side of the equation, the houses that are being manufactured at the factories are second-to-none. They’re as beautiful as stick-built houses today. So the image people may have of the mobile home of 20 years ago should be completely wiped away. It is truly a brand new day in the manufactured housing industry.”

Pakulis also details the background of WOFA President Brent Nelms, and how his experience fits into the broader company vision. Moving ahead, WOFA seeks to open up to 30 additional manufactured home retail centers in the next five years, and in the near term is getting more involved in subdivisions and land/home packages.

“We would like to continue to provide land/home packages … for the second half of 2015 and actually all throughout 2016 … we want to get more heavily involved in the subdivisions and as time continues to go on, we want to start creating small communities …,” says Pakulis.

Referencing WOFA’s consistently paced news releases, Pakulis wraps up the interview with optimism in the company’s progress and initiatives for the future.

“At the granular level, this is an example of the direction we’re heading. We’re expanding. We’re expanding methodically, smartly — but we’re in expansion mode, absolutely,” he says.

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Arch Therapeutics, Inc. (ARTH) Preparing to Initiate Human Clinical Trials for Innovative Hemostatic Device

Arch Therapeutics is a medical device company developing a novel approach to stopping bleeding and controlling leaking during surgery and trauma care. The company’s leading product candidate, the AC5 Surgical Hemostatic Device™, is being designed to achieve hemostasis in minimally invasive and open surgical procedures, effectively making surgery faster and safer for patients. Unlike currently available products, AC5 has been shown to promptly stop bleeding by conforming to irregular wound geometry, and, with a completely transparent construction, it allows surgeons to maintain a clear field of vision directly into a wound without hampering future healing.

In recent months, Arch has made considerable progress in the development of its promising hemostatic device. In April, the company announced the results of a study designed to compare the effectiveness of AC5 against currently marketed hemostats. Arch’s device demonstrated an average time to hemostasis of significantly less than 30 seconds, while the commercially-available gelatin-thrombin hemostat took an average of more than 200 percent longer. In June, the company built on these results when it received favorable data from a preclinical toxicity test indicating that AC5 was well-tolerated among test subjects.

“These results present another snapshot of promising data for AC5,” Dr. Terrence Norchi, president and chief executive officer of Arch, stated in a news release. “We are continuing to study the characteristics, safety and performance of AC5 in preclinical studies as we prepare to start our human clinical trial next quarter.”

In an effort to fund its upcoming clinical studies, Arch recently completed a private placement that is expected to provide more than $3 million of additional capital after related expenses. With this added flexibility, the company will look to continue marching toward the eventual commercialization of AC5 following the completion of its impending human trials.

When commercialized, AC5 will give Arch improved access to the rapidly growth market for minimally invasive surgery (MIS). According to a report by Photonics, the global market for MIS is expected to reach $50.6 billion by 2019, up from just $25 billion in 2012. AC5 is ideal for this market because of it leaves no sticky or glue-like residue, enabling for improved precision during both MIS and open surgical procedures, as well as faster recovery times for patients.

Moving forward, Arch will continue toward the future commercialization of its innovative device. For prospective shareholders, this progress, along with the vast commercial potential of AC5 in a selection of thriving medical markets, makes the company an intriguing investment opportunity in the months to come.

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Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (CNCK) Building Strong Presence in Growing Food Allergies Market

July 27, 2015

According to a report by Food Allergy Research & Education, an estimated 15 million Americans currently live with food allergies. Between 1997 and 2011, the prevalence of these allergies increased by approximately 50 percent, leading to an annual economic cost of nearly $25 billion in today’s market. Despite this growth, researchers are unsure of the cause of these sometimes debilitating reactions, creating a serious medical need for tools to deal with the potential health effects associated with these allergies. Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: CNCK) is addressing this market through the continued development and commercialization of ContentChecked®, a family of mobile apps for individuals with specific dietary requirements and preferences.

“Born from a father’s confusion and frustration about what to feed his daughter and her friends with specific food allergies, ContentChecked was founded to design and develop solutions that will positively impact individuals’ health,” Kris Finstand, chief executive officer of CNCK, stated in a news release. “Indeed, ContentChecked is both useful, but, also necessary due to insufficient labeling laws in the U.S. and ‘shifting’ manufacturing practices.”

ContentChecked is a groundbreaking tool for people with food allergies, as it allows for accurate classification of a wide variety of products through a simple barcode scan. Available on both Apple’s App Store and Google Play, the app uses an intuitive control scheme to allow users to register specific dietary requirements. Following this registration, CNCK’s app provides an immediate solution to finding out if a product fits a person’s dietary needs. If a product isn’t a safe option, ContentChecked provides a list of potential alternatives, making it ideal for families with newly diagnosed food allergies that are still learning how to find safe foods.

Moving forward, CNCK will look to leverage the scalability of its app suite in order to expand its market share in the growing food allergy industry. In June, the company took a significant step toward sustainable growth by uplisting to the OTCQB marketplace. In addition to ensuring a commitment to accountability and transparency for shareholders, this move is also a major milestone toward CNCK’s goal of uplisting to the NASDAQ stock market at a later date.

For prospective investors, CNCK’s rapidly expanding presence in the growing and underserved food allergy market could provide a platform for strong returns in the months to come.

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Comstock Mining, Inc. (LODE) Cuts Costs, Records Improved Gross Margins in Second Quarter 2015

Comstock Mining (NYSE MKT: LODE) is a Nevada-based gold and silver mining company with extensive, contiguous property in the historic Comstock and Silver City mining districts. Additionally, the company is an emerging leader in sustainable, responsible mining practices – including concurrent and accelerated reclamations, soil sampling, voluntary air monitoring, cultural asset protection and historical restorations. In 2012, LODE completed infrastructure construction and initiated production at its Comstock property, leveraging the largest known repository of geological data on the region in order to achieve maximized stockholder value.

In recent months, LODE has continued to make considerable production progress in the region, promoting strong financial results. Despite gold prices falling nearly 18 percent over the past year, the company achieved mining revenue of $5.4 million in the second quarter of 2015, which was just an 11 percent year-over-year decrease. In order to offset the decline in revenue, LODE successfully decreased the costs associated with mining operations by 42 percent from the previous year, helping the company achieve an impressive gross margin of more than 41 percent for the period while demonstrating the immense value of its experienced management team.

Moving forward, LODE is turning its attention toward its Lucerne underground drilling and development project. The company recently completed extensive geological development and modeling through the use of previously collected drilling data and historic underground mining maps, allowing it to locate a definitive underground development target that presents significant opportunity for immediate exploration. LODE plans to partner with American Mine and Tunneling LLC and American Drilling Company, Inc. to commence development of underground access to the site in the coming weeks.

“Our goals for this year are minimizing operating costs and expanding the Lucerne exploration and development activities,” Corrado De Gasperis, chief executive officer of LODE, stated in a news release. “We expect to be cash positive from operations for the full year 2015, while transitioning our mining activities during the third quarter and initiating underground development.”

For prospective shareholders, LODE’s recent financial growth – despite slumping commodity prices – demonstrates the tremendous potential for the company when gold prices begin to rebound. Look for LODE to make strong progress toward the development of its Lucerne project in the months to come, providing a platform for continued market growth for the foreseeable future.

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Continues to Post Strong Market Growth with Innovative Take on Family-Oriented Restaurants


Family-oriented restaurants are nothing new, but Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (OTCQB: GIGL) is changing the market through the continued refinement and implementation of a first-of-its-kind business concept that combines family fun with healthy food to meet the tough demands of today’s health-conscious parents.

“We’re all the things that Chuck E. Cheese would dream of being, but is not,” Joe Parsi, founder and chief executive officer of GIGL, stated in a recent interview with QualityStocks. “We allow parents to come in and sit and eat and relax while the kids get to run around in an incredible giant play area in the middle of the restaurant. [T]he kids are entertained and bonding with their parents.”

Since the launch of its first location back in 2008, GIGL has had a significant impact on the Los Angeles restaurant scene, and what started as a simple concept has grown into a major player in the city’s family entertainment market. This success has driven the company’s management team to think bigger in recent months, and buzz of the GIGL restaurant concept is continuing to spread across the U.S. through some of the country’s most reputable media outlets – including the Wall Street Journal, People Magazine and the New York Times.

“The first day that we opened our store we had several hundred people in line to get in, and we had NBC News and Fox News there… because word had gotten out about this new restaurant concept that was coming to the rescue of all parents who had toddlers,” continued Parsi. “Since that first launch we’ve been fortunate and lucky to be able to count some of the biggest celebrities in Hollywood as our customers.”

GIGL restaurants present a host of benefits to landlords, which has made the concept particularly appealing to mall operators, such as U.S. Westfield. Because of the high levels of foot traffic promoted by its restaurants, the company was able to secure second and third locations within shopping malls across the Greater Los Angeles area, as well as requests for more than 50 additional locations throughout the U.S. in the future.

The marketability of its groundbreaking restaurant concept has driven GIGL toward strong financial growth in recent months, demonstrating the company’s immense market potential as it continues to eye additional expansion opportunities. In the first quarter of 2015, GIGL recorded an 11 percent year-over-year increase in total revenue on the way to achieving a gross profit for its third consecutive quarter.

Leveraging the combined market experience of one of the industry’s most seasoned management teams, GIGL is in a favorable position to capitalize on its recent market success as it continues to promote both domestic and international growth, as well as franchising opportunities for its increasingly recognizable brand. For prospective shareholders, the company’s rapid growth in one of the country’s most competitive restaurant markets makes it an intriguing investment option moving forward.

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Wisdom Homes of America, Inc. (WOFA) Carving Off a Growing Slice of the $4.1 Billion U.S. Manufactured Home Pie

A number of factors in the North American housing market are all continuing to coalesce, forming the sustained impetus for a decided shift among more and more consumers away from traditional stick-built houses, and towards more affordable manufactured homes. According to HUD-sponsored data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau in its periodical MHS (manufactured homes survey), the average sale price for a manufactured home is currently around $68,300, and sales have jumped around 23 percent from 2011 to 2014 (up 13.8 percent between 2013 and 2014 alone), clearly illustrating the underlying market dynamics. Consolidation within this market further illustrates the aforementioned dynamics, with deals like the $1.32 billion Green Courte Partners’ portfolio acquisition this time last year by Sun Communities Inc. (NYSE:SUI), consisting of 59 manufactured home communities across 19,000 sites in eleven states, being a major data point. According to a recent report published by Freedonia Group, U.S. demand for prefabricated housing is currently on track to grow by 15 percent per year through 2017, with manufactured housing taking up the lion’s share of the market.

Whether it is the ongoing surfeit of baby boomers retiring, the tightening of new locations for construction and rising construction costs, or the supply constraints exacerbated by elements like regional hydrocarbon development in the Bakken, Marcellus and Eagle Ford/Permian, the end result is the same: sustained demand for affordable manufactured housing. A trend which was recently highlighted by leading commercial real estate investment sales, financing, research and advisory services firm, Marcus & Millichap (NYSE: MMI), which sees continued housing demand from key energy producing regions throughout the foreseeable future. The repairs on a manufactured or mobile home is also less costly for the owner. For example, a manufactured or mobile home roofing is cheaper to repair than a traditional home. This trend is particularly evident in Texas where, despite rig counts still being off by roughly 60 percent from October, amid oil futures that have retreated to the sub $60 per barrel level, the latest Rig Data reports indicate the biggest gains last week since February of 2014, with a 21 rig uptick marking interest by producers for a return to development. And Texas isn’t just about the energy sector either, so the significant market diversity of the state’s economy is continuing to fuel a housing shortage, with home sales in North Texas recently hitting a new record for both the number of purchases and per unit price, at around 4 percent higher than last year.

In fact, prices across most of Texas’ major cities continue rising, with the Dallas-Fort Worth median price in particular growing almost 10 percent, more than double that of nationwide home prices, which are up by more than 5 percent this year, as buyers come back to the market in droves according to chief economist at the National Association of Realtors, Lawrence Yun. New housing starts in North Texas are 40 percent lower than in 2006 and yet home sales across the country have rebounded to just 25 percent below 2006 levels, indicating just how fast prices are rising, even as single-family home starts last year were just half of what they are in a typical year. Despite easy mortgage rates, many home owners are also under too much debt on their properties to sell, making the market even tighter, and younger Americans are still finding themselves unable to get on the property ladder, due primarily to factors such as outstanding student loan debt. In many respects, and especially in states like Texas, this is a perfect storm for the housing market, and one which puts a bright spotlight on the manufactured homes segment.

Major sector players like Skyline Corp. (NYSE: SKY), which sold nearly 3,000 manufactured and modular homes last year, as well as Nobility Homes, Inc. (OTC: NOBH), which has an array of retail sales centers throughout Florida in addition to being a manufacturer, have been clocking in some impressive results, with SKY reporting a 28 percent uptick in sales for the first nine months of fiscal 2015, and NOBH seeing a 23 percent uptick for its most recent quarter. In the especially strong growth market of Texas, Wisdom Homes of America (OTC: WOFA), which is focused on manufactured home retail centers, manufactured home subdivisions, and mortgage origination within the space, is also seeing the upside. WOFA recently reported over $1.2 million in revenue for its second quarter, with 2015 guidance that is on track to hit upwards of $4 million, in what is the company’s first full year of owning/operating manufactured home retail centers in Texas. Also, currently less than ten percent of WOFA’s targeted client base is even in the energy recovery sector. As professional services and healthcare make up the vast majority of their targeted client base, the company should do quite well, irrespective of which way the hydrocarbon sector goes.

With a strong footprint already established in Texas, where the company has retail centers in Rhome, Tyler and Jacksboro, and recently signed a three year lease for a new retail center in Kerrville, Wisdom Homes of America is well on its way to achieving its strategic goal of opening 30 retail centers over the next five years. Each center is expected to sell around three homes a month, generating some $2.3 million a year per center, or $69 million in all. The company’s subdivision and manufactured home communities approach in particular is worth noting, as it offers buyers an extremely affordable turn-key option which also generates more revenue for WOFA itself, given the increased margins from both the lot and unit sales (revenues of around $65,000 on average per house and $20,000 profit per lot). The company intends to turn out around six projects a year moving forward as well, with approximately 30 to 40 residential lots per project, which will save individual homebuyers as much as 60 percent over comparable options. The mortgage origination space for non-prime manufactured home loans, currently dominated by Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A; BRK.B) component Clayton Homes’ 21st Mortgage Corp., collectively representing over 870 manufactured home retail centers across the U.S. and some $1.5 billion a year in home mortgages, is another key target for Wisdom Homes of America as the company continues its expansion.

The company has done a good job already establishing its brand presence in Texas, and recently announced that the structural and financial modeling for its soon-to-open retail center in Sherman, where the company will also be selling land-home packages in the Sherman residential subdivision, should be ready any day now. The company also recently expanded the footprint of its Tyler retail center, increasing the footprint of the outdoor showroom by around 40 percent in order to be able to display some 55 percent more models. A move which was due in large part to consistent traffic flow from potential home buyers.

A great deal of the success of WOFA’s model is attributable to the company’s veteran management team, led by chairman and CEO, Jim Pakulis, a serial entrepreneur with over three decades of frontline experience in high-growth sectors ranging from real estate and finance, to healthcare and internet technology. Pakulis was instrumental in defining WOFA’s strategic and operational vision, having previously been president of Pacific West Funding Corp., a Utah-based real estate financing firm, where he handled everything from structured non-residential and development project finance sourcing, to day-to-day accounting, operational, legal, and compliance duties. Pakulis helped WOFA (formerly SearchCore) transition from operating the most successful medical cannabis finder site in the sector, to manufactured home retail center operations in 2012, selling the site after having seen annual revenues rise from nothing, to $16 million in just two years time. Pakulis also brings a great deal of experience structuring complex framework and expansion strategies in the difficult healthcare sector, having served as an advisor to outsourced healthcare clinic management company Synergistic Resources and having been crucial to numerous acquisitions, as well as the business model transition from fee-for-service to managed health care, at outsourced clinic management and operation services company CliniCorp.

The president of Wisdom Homes of America, Brent Nelms, who came onboard in early 2014, brought a massive infusion of manufactured and modular housing industry experience with him. With over 30 years in the manufactured housing game, including having been VP of the Genesis Homes division of the sector’s second largest manufacturer, Champion Homes, Nelms is able to exploit his substantial set of experiential knowledge for WOFA, having brought 33 manufactured home retail centers to fruition, representing over $100 million in annual revenues. Former president of Texas and Oklahoma manufactured homes retailer Miracle Housing, as well as VP and GM at Nelmstar, the biggest independent manufactured homes retailer in Texas from 2006 to 2007, where he personally oversaw nine retail locations, Nelms is the kind of sector guru that will ensure Wisdom Homes of America stays on course. With intimate knowledge garnered over his career of markets that span the entire country, Nelms, a former licensed realtor in Texas who was named Realtor of the Year by REMAX in 2011, is in a prime position to assist WOFA in successfully executing its strategic expansion.

Director and CFO of WOFA, Munit Johal, is similarly capable when it comes to helping the company achieve victory. With nearly three decades of experience spanning accounting, banking, finance and management on both the public and private sides of the business, Johal came to the company fresh from a diversified real estate holding company where he was also CFO, Secured Diversified Investment. Having cut his teeth at the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco’s Federal Home Loan Board as a senior analytical manager, Johal is eminently qualified to play a key role in WOFA’s mortgage origination business, harnessing a tremendous amount of experience in not only having managed a large staff, but having monitored bank activities and enforcement actions for a variety of bank holding companies and lending institutions in the sub $500 million range.

Investors can look forward to further details on the company’s ever-expanding retail and subdivision presence in the near future, and should keep an ear to the ground for more news about this rapidly emerging manufactured homes player.

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FastFunds Financial Corp. (FFFC) Subsidiary Signs Distribution Agreement, Expands Capability to Treat Any Size Facility

FastFunds Financial announced that Pure Grow Systems, LLC, a subsidiary of FastFunds Financial Corporation, inked a distribution agreement with Byoplanet to market its high-end electrostatic sprayers, giving Pure Grow the capability to treat any size facility. Regarded as the world’s most advanced chemical delivery system, the Byoplanet ES120 sprayer utilizes induction charged technology to produce electrically charged droplets that reach further and penetrate deeper, allowing 100% of the surface to be reached; including hidden areas and sensitive equipment.

“We are excited to be adding this state of the art product line to complement our antimicrobial sanitation system for grow facilities,” said Russ Mitchell, Pure Grow Systems managing partner. “The capability to reach 100% of the surfaces being treated including hidden areas and sensitive equipment will give our customers the ultimate value.”

With label approval in Nevada recently gained, Pure Grow plans to start an advertising campaign shortly. The company is expecting additional label approvals in the near future and the shareholders will be updated as these events occur.

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