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Great Plains Holdings Inc. (GTPH) to Acquire Controlling Interest in Bonjoe Gourmet Chips LLC

February 3, 2015

Great Plains Holdings, a Florida based company known for using creative stock offering arrangements to acquire small and middle market companies from baby-boom generation owners looking to retire, has announced an agreement to acquire 51% of Bonjoe Gourmet Chips LLC for stock and a working capital loan, with an option to acquire an additional 20% interest subject to the results of an in-store blitz marketing campaign featuring Bonjoe’s gourmet chips.

Bonjoe’s, also based in Florida, offers a range of uniquely flavored potato chips that are designed to be much healthier than traditional chips. Their proprietary preparation process reduces starches by up to 35%, while avoiding trans fats, cholesterol, and sugar. They also keep the peel and lower cooking temperatures to maintain natural vitamins. Among their 40+ flavors are Bacon Cheddar, Garlic, and Fried Pork Chop, along with such unique varieties as Jelly Donut and Chocolate. They’ve even been featured on Good Morning America.

A 90-day blitz test marketing campaign is now beginning, featuring Bonjoe’s gourmet chips in 100 new convenience stores in a select Florida market run by Mr. Checkout. The chips will be included in Mr. Checkout’s “What’s Hot Online Catalog”. Bonjoe’s also expects to have access to the download section of over 160 Walgreens managers, over 2,000 product brokers, and 920 grocery store contacts, plus a targeted eblast to distributors featuring new products recommended by Mr. Checkout.

The announcement references a recent Los Angeles Times article (http://dtn.fm/Qc0wx) where the U.S. Department of Agriculture says that the number of snacks consumed per day has doubled since the 1970s. The article also points to a Nielsen study showing that over 90% of Americans say that they nibble daily, amounting to a $28 billion annual industry for salty snacks alone.

Great Plains says that they plan to grow Bonjoe’s from a local chip phenomenon into a national brand. Upon closing of the purchase, Great Plains will appoint two of the three members of Bonjoe’s Board of Directors.

Great Plains Holdings seeks controlling stakes in small to middle sized companies in North American manufacturing, consumer products, distribution, real estate, and business services, a diversification model that enables the company to achieve multiple streams of revenue while consistently increasing hard assets and value.

For more information, visit www.GTPH.com

Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) to Showcase LiL Marc Potty Training Urinal at ABC Kids Expo in Vegas

August 21, 2014

Great Plains Holdings’ subsidiary LiL Marc, Inc. is slated to attend the three-day ABC Kids Expo in Las Vegas next month to exhibit the company’s flagship potty training urinal to attending international and domestic juvenile product buyers.

Taking place September 7-10, the expo is expected to attract more than 5,900 attendees, including national retailers. The ABC Kids expo is expected to give considerable exposure to the LiL Marc potty training urinal for boys, a small-scale urinal similar to those found in public restrooms but manufactured in proportion to the smaller size of toddlers in training.

“Going to the ABC Kids Expo is part of our aggressive marketing strategy for the LiL Marc brand, allowing us to take the brand and sales to the next level,” Great Plains’ President Denis Espinoza stated in the news release.

LiL Marc was founded in 1999 and is primarily engaged in the manufacturing and marketing of its training urinals for boys in the United States. Great Plains’ portfolio of subsidiaries also includes Ashland Holdings, LLC, focused on the real estate sector. The company’s diversification model enables opportunity for multiple revenue streams and a consistent increase in hard assets.

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Implements Progressive Growth Plan

August 6, 2014

Great Plains Holdings has successfully executed a strategy that will reduce its operating cost, increase its revenue, and keep its debt level at zero.

In April 2014, Great Plains reported that its Ashland Holdings subsidiary had completed the renovation of its head office in Wildwood, Florida, and several days ahead of schedule.

Ashland Holdings finished the first phase of the renovation February. The entire project encompassed two recently acquired, neighboring parcels of land. The first piece of land measures approximately 0.9 acres of land and contains one 1,400-square-foot corporate office building while the second parcel of land contains a manufactured home. Great Plains’ always intended to occupy one or more of the five office spaces in the corporate office building and to lease the rest of the vacant offices to generate revenue.

When Ashland completed the first phase of the plan, it did so productively and under budget. It also reported that the first tenant lease had been executed and that tenant had moved in. The second phase of the project is what was completed in April 2014 and allowed for additional leases and cash flow for Ashland Holdings, which perfectly aligned with Great Plains’ overarching goal to keep its debt low while increasing its income streams over the next year.

The renovation will reduce Great Plains’ operating costs and alleviate the company’s LiL Marc subsidiary of its annual warehouse leasing expense of $12,000. Great Plains plans to lease three of the office spaces inside the building to increase annual revenues by a projected gross of $18,000.

Management is quite pleased with the renovations to the company’s headquarters, the cost savings expected from this project, and the rapid pace of this expansion strategy. Ashland Holdings has certainly demonstrated its ability to effectively establish and execute a progressive action plan.

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Great Plains Holdings Inc. (GTPH) Couples Diversity and Growth

July 29, 2014

Great Plains Holdings, based in central Florida, is focused on acquiring controlling stakes in small to middle market companies in North American manufacturing, consumer products, distribution, real estate, and business services. The company’s success is based on the fact that the baby-boom generation includes many owners of privately held companies, people now seeking to sell part or all of their holdings. But finding buyers with enough money is often difficult. Great Plains, by making acquisitions in the form of common stock offerings, solves the problem for sellers.

The diversity potential of the company is illustrated by their two current wholly-owned subsidiaries: Ashland Holdings LLC, focused on commercial real estate, and LiL Marc Inc., makers of a training urinal for toddler boys.

Ashland Holdings engages in the development, investment, ownership, and management of properties such as self-storage facilities, apartment buildings, Triple Net properties, 55+ senior manufactured homes communities, and other income producing properties.
Their business plan is to invest in real estate markets in the southeast, south, and midwestern United States. The subsidiary’s current portfolio includes a 1,400-square-foot corporate office building; an 800-square-foot warehouse for LiL Marc operations; and two adjacent parcels of land, one of which includes a manufactured home that is rented out for additional income. Ashland Holdings was founded in 2013.

LiL Marc, Inc. manufactures and markets toilet-training devices for boys primarily in the United States. It offers the patented LiL Marc plastic urinal used in the potty training of young boys. The company sells its products through its website at www.LiLMarc.com and at select retail outlets throughout the United States. In conjunction with the roll-out of an aggressive marketing campaign for the product, Great Plains is building a client list of retailers with brick and mortar stores and other consumer outlets to participate in the broader retail market. With advertising strategies in place, the company envisions growth and widespread distribution of the LiL Marc training urinal. LiL Marc was founded in 1999.

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Great Plains Holdings (GTPH) LiL Marc Products Made in Proportion to Small Toddlers in Training

July 22, 2014

Great Plains Holdings centers its endeavors on acquiring controlling ownership of small to middle market companies. The company has two wholly owned subsidiaries through which it operates. They are Ashland Holdings, LLC and LiL Marc, Inc. The market focus of these two subsidiaries creates a diversified business model, thus enabling GTPH to realize varying revenue streams.

Ashland Holdings, LLC pursues acquisition and operation of commercial real estate such as self-storage units, apartment buildings, and manufactured housing communities for senior citizens. The subsidiary’s portfolio contains a 1,400-square-foot corporate office building, an 800 square-foot warehouse for LiL Marc operations, and two adjacent parcels of land.

In his description of the operations of its Ashland subsidiary, President, Denis Espinoza notes the fact that company executives have significant investment positions in the company and how the characteristics of their owned assets affects acquisition potential.

Espinoza states, “We are very fortunate that we were able to – our executives were able – to buy stock in the company and inject some money in; bring some new life into it… By us being able to inject money in the company we were able to acquire real estate in a debt-free manner. That allows us to be aggressive when we’re looking for properties… we walk in the door and it’s amazing what you can do with cash nowadays.”

LiL Marc, Inc. primarily deals with the manufacturing and marketing of training urinals for boys of potty-training age in the United States. Molded to resemble the full sized urinals found in public restrooms, the product is manufactured in proportion to the smaller size of toddlers in training. Together with the roll-out of an ambitious marketing campaign, Great Plains’ management team is building a client list of retailers with physical locations to participate in the broader retail market. While executing its advertising strategy, management sees growth and widespread distribution of the LiL Marc trainer going forward.

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Focuses on Acquiring Privately-Held US Companies

July 15, 2014

When LILM, Inc. changed its name to Great Plains Holdings, Inc. in December 2013, the firm did so to reflect its new direction—a shift from its retail beginnings to investing through subsidiary acquisition. Until then, Great Plains’ business operations were run through LiL Marc, Inc., a subsidiary which produces and sells toilet-training devices for young boys. Once Great Plains added Ashland Holdings, LLC, a subsidiary which develops, invests, owns, and manages commercial real estate properties, to its portfolio, it diversified its business model, achieving more than one revenue stream and adding to its collection of hard assets.

Now Great Plains’ is firmly focused on rapid growth and concentrates on gaining controlling stakes and ownership interests in small to middle market companies. The company looks to invest in a range of industries from manufacturing and distribution to business services and consumer products. The company is especially interested in acquiring profitable businesses privately-owned by baby boomers approaching retirement age or looking to retire.

Great Plains has found that the owners of privately-held companies often have trouble finding suitable buyers when they wish to sell or reduce the holdings of their company. Should they sell directly to a private party, they rarely get top dollar. When Great Plains makes an acquisition, however, it is usually in the form of common stock and this allows the owner to sell the stock in the open market for much higher return.

As Great Plains continues to implement its expansion strategy and add additional subsidiaries to its holdings, its management will thoroughly review all potential purchases to ensure they meet the company’s stringent requirements. Ideally, an acquisition candidate will:

• Be an established company based in the US;
• Have a significant share of the market in a niche industry;
• Have a solid, tested management team;
• Have low technology or product obsolescence risk; and
• Have substantial growth potential.

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Prepares for Baby Boomer Business Sell-Off

July 8, 2014

Data from the U.S. Census Bureau show that there are approximately 76 million Baby Boomers in the United States today, making up nearly a quarter of the U.S. population and representing the largest population segment in the nation. As the oldest Boomers approach the age of 67, many of them, if they haven’t already, are making choices about whether to retire or stay in the workforce.

Approximately 7 million U.S. companies are owned by Boomers. Facing concerns over the state of the economy, industry experts forecast that an overwhelming number of these business owners are waiting for the right time to sell their business and cash in for financial security. Whether it comes as a trickle or a floodgate, an estimated 65%-75% of small companies (around 10 million) in the U.S., a wide majority of them owned by Boomers, will likely go on the market during the next 5-10 years, according to Inc. Magazine.

Florida-based Great Plains Holdings specializes in the acquisition of controlling stakes in small- to middle-market private businesses, and is actively waiting for the anticipated private business sell-off. The company employs a diversification model to achieve multiple revenue streams and consistently increase hard assets, currently operating through two wholly owned and drastically different subsidiaries: Ashland Holdings, LLC and Lil Marc, Inc.

Great Plains intends to purchase privately owned and profitable North American-based businesses owned by Boomers looking to retire from their business, specifically focusing on industries such as manufacturing, distribution, consumer products and business services.

In the meantime, Great Plains is focused on expanding and adding value to assets in its current portfolio while keeping an eye out for potential acquisition targets.

Ashland Holdings acquires and operates commercial real estate assets such as self-storage facilities, apartment buildings, manufactured housing communities for senior citizens, and other income-producing properties. The subsidiary’s current portfolio includes a 1,400-square-foot corporate office building; an 800-square-foot warehouse for LiL Marc operations; and two adjacent parcels of land, one of which includes a manufactured home that is rented out for additional income. Ashland and LiL Marc plan to occupy one or more of the five office spaces located in the corporate office building to accommodate expected expansion and lease-out the remaining vacant offices to create a source of revenue.

For further diversification, Great Plains recently made a private placement investment in TexStar -Preferred Partner Joint Venture III, LP related to a 150-acre lease with nearly 3 million barrels of estimated recoverable oil reserves. In accordance with the private placement memorandum and subscription agreement, Ashland Holdings will receive income based on net revenue interest on the lease.

LiL Marc, Inc. is Great Plains’ principal business activity, engaged in the manufacturing and marketing of training urinals for boys in the United States. In conjunction with the roll-out of an aggressive marketing campaign for the LiL Marc product, Great Plains’ management team is building a client list of retailers with brick and mortar stores and other consumer outlets to participate in the broader retail market.

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Centers Growth on Diversified Business Model

June 30, 2014

Great Plains Holdings focuses on attaining multiple revenue streams through acquisitions of profitable, privately-held companies and continually increasing its hard assets. The company operates through two subsidiaries: Ashland Holdings, LLC, a business unit focused on the real estate sector, and LiL Marc, Inc., manufacturer of the LiL Marc training urinal for young boys.

In the real estate sector, Ashland Holdings focuses on acquisition of income producing properties in the southern, southeastern, and midwest United States. Properties of interest include self storage facilities, apartment buildings, triple net properties, and manufactured home communities for seniors aged 55 years and older. Current portfolio holdings include a 1,400-square foot corporate office building, an 800-square foot warehouse, and two adjacent parcels of land. One of the parcels has a manufactured home that is rented out for additional income.

In a recent QualityStocks interview, Great Plains Holdings unveiled plans to construct a self-storage facility in 2014 for an additional strong, recurring source of revenue. Earlier this year, the company made a foray into the oil and gas market by entering into a private placement investment with Tex Star Energy Corp. on a 150-acre oil lease in Guadalupe County, Texas. Approximately 3 million barrels of oil are estimated to be available for extraction, with fourteen wells actively producing on the property at present. The extractable oil resources are valued at over $300 million, of which Ashland Holdings will receive net interest.

LiL Marc, Inc. is a primary focus of Great Plains Holdings. In 2014, Great Plains Holdings has stepped up the subsidiary’s operations, as it has beefed up sales and marketing efforts for the LiL Marc training urinal while exploring new opportunities for unit sales in the retail space. In its most recent headline, Great Plains Holdings announced renovation to its corporate headquarters had been completed. By renting out at least three office spaces in its 1,400-square foot office building, the company will generate additional gross revenue that it will allocate toward LiL Marc’s annual warehouse leasing cost.

When seeking out candidates for new asset holdings, Great Plains Holdings clings steadfastly to a no-debt philosophy. It seeks to purchase its acquisition targets with either cash or common stock offers, which enables it to keep debt to a minimum and maintain a strong cash position. In this capacity, Great Plains Holdings seeks out private companies owned by retiring baby boomers, who are looking for a sell their business but may not have any viable buyer offers, or offers that are more top-dollar.

As the year continues out, Great Plains Holdings plans to continue aggressively expanding as it has done in the first six months of 2014. With its commitment to responsible financials management, careful subsidiary acquisitions, and ongoing organic growth in current business activities, Great Plains Holdings looks to continue its performance of steady growth and debt-free operations.

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) LiL Marc Division to Benefit from Demographic Trends and Cultural Shifts

June 20, 2014

Great Plains Holdings focuses on acquiring multiple revenue streams through the acquisition of private businesses and consistent increasing of hard assets. Currently the company operates through two wholly-owned subsidiaries, maker of the “LiL Marc” plastic potty training urinal for boys, LiL Marc, Inc., and a real estate subsidiary targeting income producing properties throughout the midwest, south, and southeastern U.S., Ashland Holdings, LLC.

LiL Marc in particular should benefit from continued growth in the baby products market. The global baby care market is expected to increase its total sales to 66.8 billion U.S. dollars by 2017. For example, in 2012, Graco had a sales growth of 12.5 percent in the United States compared to the prior fiscal year. Graco sells car seats, strollers, play-yards, swings and high chairs. Sales regarding the brand Graco Turbo booster amounted to 18.9 million U.S. dollars in that year. Another category to look at is diaper sales which accounts for nearly 40% of the baby products market, the product Pampers Cruisers/Swaddlers with Dry Max was the best-selling introductory product, generating 296 million U.S. dollars in its first year of sales in 2011.

E-commerce of baby products grew to $23 billion in 2013. Online sales of everything from baby clothes and furniture to strollers, toys and diapers grew at an annual rate of 14.5% from 2008 to 2013, to $5.6 billion.

The fact that sales growth of the baby products segment has been growing robustly is quite important because there are actually two counter trends occurring for that market. In the U.S. for example, the birthrate decreased to 13 per 1,000 of the population in 2010 compared to 16.7 in 1990. This trend is still ongoing as the latest birth count (4,055,000) is 7 percent less than the all-time high of 4,316,233 births in 2007. Of the four million plus births, over half are boys as the actual statistics indicate 1.05 boys born for every 1 girl born.

One strong reason for this trend is that the median household income is still shrinking. From the beginning of the recovery after the Great Recession (June, 2009) till now, median household income shrunk by 4.8%, which is greater than the shrinkage that occurred during the actual contraction of the economy from 2008 to 2009, in which median household income dropped by 2.8%. So it appears that women are putting off giving birth till they become older and more financially secure. Statistics indicates that there is a trend of women waiting till they are in their 30s and early 40s till they begin raising a child. Being more financially secure and probably being busier with careers at that age range, they are spending far more on baby care products than before.

Another trend that will benefit LiL Marc is the cultural change regarding toilet training of toddlers in the United States. Until the mid-1900s, the vast majority of babies finished toilet training by 2 years, and achieved nighttime dryness by 3 years. In 2002, the average age that parents recognized their child “showing an interest in using the potty” was 24–25 months, and daytime dryness was achieved on average at almost 3 years of age. Nighttime accidents are now considered normal until 5 or 6 years of age. So effectively, not only is toilet training starting later in the life of toddlers, but more time is spent toilet training, which again benefits products that aid with toilet training babies, especially with boys as the statistics indicate more time is spent toilet training boys over girls.

So the demographic trend of women waiting till they are more affluent and the cultural shift in how toilet training is practiced are trends that should boost the sales of Great Plain Holdings’ LiL Marc division.

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Charts Course for Continued Success, Leveraging Past Achievements

June 13, 2014

Rolling into the second half of 2014, Great Plains Holdings is holding a progressive pace toward achieving management’s goals to diversify its asset holdings while remaining debt free. If the last six months of the company’s history are a precursor, Great Plains has the momentum to do so.

Founded in 1999, Great Plains really picked up steam when current CEO Kent Campbell and President Denis Espinoza joined the company in September 2013. Both experienced businessmen, Campbell and Espinoza hit the ground running, giving the company a cash injection and a blast of fresh energy.

Today, Great Plains operates through two wholly owned subsidiaries: Ashland Holdings, LLC, focused on the real estate sector; and LiL Marc, Inc., maker of the “LiL Marc” training urinal for toddler boys. This diversification model enables Great Plains to achieve multiple revenue streams and consistently increase hard assets.

Through the guidance of its new leadership, Great Plains restocked its depleted inventory of the flagship LiL Marc training urinal, and in December 2013 launched an aggressive product marketing campaign. The campaign included the upgrade of the Lil Mar website to improve customer service and increase Internet sales, as well as exploration of brick and mortar retail opportunities.

Less than a month later, Great Plains’ Ashland Holdings subsidiary acquired its first real estate asset in Wildwood, Florida. The two adjacent parcels of land cover 0.9 acres and include a 1,400-square-foot corporate office building and a mobile home. The $47,500 acquisition provided the company with five office spaces that it plans to partially occupy for its own operations and partially lease to tenants to generate additional Great Plains’ revenues.

By February, Great Plains reported that the first tenant had moved into the facility and that the company was on track to complete the second phase of the project by the end of April 2014.

Espinoza hit the road in March to present Great Plains’ business strategy and growth potential to investors at the MoneyShow in Las Vegas, raising brand awareness to the investment community.

In April, Ashland Holdings made another significant move, this time via private placement in TexStar-Preferred Partner Joint Venture III relating to a 150-acre lease with nearly 3 million barrels of estimated oil reserves. Per the agreement, Ashland Holdings is positioned to receive income based on net revenue interest on the lease. The acreage has estimated oil reserves at 2.99 million barrels, according to exploration geologist John Sobehrad, for potential value of $309.1 million. Approximately 14 oil wells are producing on the project’s Engleke lease.

Great Plains wrapped up the month of April with news that it had completed the final phase of Ashland Holdings’ Florida project, finishing the renovation of its headquarters several days ahead of schedule. The renovation is expected to cut Great Plains’ operating costs and alleviate Lil Marc, Inc. of its annual warehouse leasing expense of $12,000. Furthermore, Great Plains plans to lease three of the office spaces, thereby increasing annual revenues by approximately $18,000.

Espinoza in May joined QualityStocks for an exclusive interview, where the visionary company president said Great Plains has established several goals for 2014, including the construction of a self-storage unit.

Based on the company’s track record, Great Plains and its subsidiaries are on track to increase the company’s hard assets and cash flow while maintaining its impressive debt-free position.

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Combines Strong Cash Position & No Debt Model with Insider Skin in the Game to Accelerate Acquisitions

June 3, 2014

Great Plains Holdings, which is primarily focused on acquiring multiple revenue streams via the snapping up of profitable private businesses from the large number of retiring baby boomers, currently operates via its two wholly-owned subsidiaries, maker of the “LiL Marc” plastic potty training urinal for boys, LiL Marc, Inc., and a real estate subsidiary targeting income producing properties throughout the Midwest, south, and southeastern U.S., Ashland Holdings, LLC.

With about 5.5M more people leaving the labor force since 2007, around roughly 62% of whom are retirees, there has been a boom in small private businesses going onto the market. Ashland Holdings strategy is to acquire, develop, own and manage such properties, primarily in growth areas like self-storage ($24B a year in the U.S. alone during 2013) and triple net properties (NNN leases, where property taxes, insurance and maintenance are paid by the lessee), as well as the broader residential areas, like apartment buildings and manufactured home communities for 55 and up seniors. Plans are already in the offing for Ashland to construct a self-storage unit within the year in order to increase the company’s hard assets and cash flow.

The latest addition for Ashland is a private placement investment with TexStar Energy Corp. on the 150-acre Engleke lease in Guadalupe County, Texas, which has roughly 3M bbls of estimated oil reserves, 14 producing wells and which is ripe for enhanced oil recovery implementations. This move boldly marks the company’s entry into the energy market with a nice net revenue interest return on the lease and, as there are around $300M worth of oil estimated for Engleke, output boosts from the application of enhanced recovery techniques should add considerable fuel to the company’s acquisitive fire.

Furthermore, the pace of expansion GTPH has been able to achieve in recent quarters signifies to investors that the company is more than able to successfully execute on their aggressive growth strategy, despite maintaining a debt-free business model with around $1.3M in cash on hand (as of March 3, 2014). Operating expenses are rising in proportion to the company’s implementation of their aggressive commercial real estate diversification strategy and increased sales and marketing efforts in the LiL Marc brand, but with the company’s executives having so much skin in the game via sizeable early capital injections, and the fact that they are not taking any compensation, GTPH’s aggressiveness is paying off in terms of sheer momentum.

The recent exclusive QualityStocks interview (http://www.qualitystocks.net/interview-gtph.php) with GTPH’s COO, Denis Espinoza, paints a very bullish portrait of the company’s prospects. From the increased marketing and sales efforts with LiL Marc that are designed to capture more of the growing potty training market, which sees upwards of 2M boys born in the U.S. alone each year, to the company’s growing, but already strong, real estate portfolio under Ashland. Ashland’s portfolio contains the company’s recently renovated (ahead of schedule and under budget) 1.4k square foot corporate office building in Wildwood, Florida, whose overhaul also alleviates the $12k annual warehouse leasing expense associated with LiL Marc.

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Eyes Diversification of Offerings as Key to Growth

May 28, 2014

Publicly traded Great Plains Holdings specializes in acquiring controlling ownership in small to middle market companies. The company operates currently through two wholly owned subsidiaries. They are Ashland Holdings, LLC and LiL Marc, Inc. These two subsidiaries create a diversified business model enabling the company to achieve various revenue streams.

Ashland Holdings, LLC centers its attention on the acquisition and operation of commercial real estate such as apartment buildings, self-storage facilities and manufactured housing communities for senior citizens. The subsidiary’s current portfolio includes a 1,400-square-foot corporate office building, an 800 square-foot warehouse for LiL Marc operations and two neighboring parcels of land.

In a recent interview with QualityStocks, president, director and Chief Operating Officer Denis Espinoza stated, “We are not taking any compensation. We are debt free. We’re sitting on $1.4 million in cash, which is unheard of for a small company of our size — a developmental company. We’re very excited for the future,” says Espinoza.

While describing the operations of its Ashland subsidiary, Espinoza took note of the fact that company executives have a strong position in the company and how this position affects acquisition potential.

“We are very fortunate that we were able to – our executives were able – to buy stock in the company and inject some money in; bring some new life into it… By us being able to inject money in the company we were able to acquire real estate in a debt-free manner. That allows us to be aggressive when we’re looking for properties… we walk in the door and it’s amazing what you can do with cash nowadays,” he says.

LiL Marc, Inc. is Great Plains’ principal business activity. This activity involves the manufacturing and marketing of training urinals for boys in the United States. The LiL Marc boy’s potty training urinal looks like the full sized urinals found in public restrooms but is manufactured in proportion to the smaller size of toddlers in training. In unison with the roll-out of an ambitious marketing campaign, Great Plains’ management team is building a client list of retailers with physical locations to participate in the broader retail market. While executing its advertising strategy, management sees growth and widespread distribution of the LiL Marc trainer going forward.

For more information about the company visit http://www.gtph.com

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Pursues Real Estate Assets

May 27, 2014

Great Plains Holdings has followed an interesting path since it was founded in 1999. From a name change (from LILM to Great Plains Holdings) in 2013 to better reflect its direction to diversify businesses interests, Great Plains is moving beyond its retail beginnings. Through Ashland Holdings, a wholly owned subsidiary, the company is making strides within the real estate sector and committed to further diversifying this division of the business. Ashland not only acquires but operates a number of income-generating properties, including apartment buildings, self-storage facilities, and manufactured home communities for seniors.

Nowadays, Great Plains is straddling the line between aggressive and conservative growth when it comes to its real estate pursuits. In the first few months of 2014 alone, Ashland has advanced its parent company’s rapid expansion with two key moves.

In January, Ashland finalized the purchase of two adjoining parcels of land in Wildwood, Florida. The estimated 0.9-acre acquisition came intact with a mobile home and a sizeable 1,400 square foot corporate office building that Great Plains and Ashland intend to partly use as office space and partly lease for income. The property was acquired at a steal at less than $50,000 and has the potential of growing in value, as property records indicate it sold $250,000 prior to the real estate sector crisis in 2008.

In April, Ashland partnered with TexStar Energy on the lease of a 150-acre property in Guadalupe County, Texas, which holds an estimated 3 million barrels of recoverable oil reserves. Ashland entered into this partnership through a private placement investment in a joint venture run by TexStar Energy and, in line with the agreement, will receive income based on the net revenue interest on the lease.

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Growing Real Estate Footprint Includes Oil & Gas, LiL Marc Product Well Received

May 15, 2014

Great Plains Holdings is revenue diversified via a dual focus on two very different markets. On the one hand, GTPH is pursuing broad commercial real estate investment ventures in North America via their wholly-owned Ashland Holdings, LLC subsidiary, with targets spanning the apartment building sector and other dwellings like manufactured housing for retirees, as well as office space and self-storage (largely in the south/southeastern U.S. and Midwest). On the other hand, the company maintains a manufacturing and marketing business doing plastic, scaled-down versions of men’s urinals for the young male toilet-training market via their Lil Marc, Inc. subsidiary, which has been around for over a decade and a half now.

Ashland’s real estate portfolio is shaping up nicely here in 2014, with the completion several days ahead of schedule last month of renovations on the company’s HQ in Wildwood, Florida. Overhaul of the 1.4k square foot office building has helped bring down operational overhead, while also alleviating Lil Marc’s $12k annual leasing costs for requisite warehouse space. Simultaneously, the renovation puts some $18k in future annual revenues on the table, as the company is now pursuing plans to lease three office spaces inside the facility to generate additional income. This key move to reduce operating costs and increase revenues fits in nicely with the company’s goal of maintaining zero debt and speaks volumes about GTPH, which, according to the exclusive QualityStocks interview with COO, Denis Espinoza, released on May 8, is sitting on $1.4M in cash. This enviably strong cash position is further reinforced by major executives not taking any compensation and yet having considerable skin in the game, with large stock positions being held by these insiders. Since the September 2013 entry by Espinoza and CEO Kent Campbell, whose capital injections have really lit a fire under the company’s operations, several major milestones have also been reached, setting GTPH up for a strong showing in 2014.

The aforementioned renovations come just weeks after the announcement (Apr 16) of Ashland’s private placement investment in TexStar Energy Corp. Preferred Partner JV III limited partnership, which is focused on the 150-acre Engleke lease (Luling-Branyon field) in Guadalupe County, Texas. With estimated recoverable oil reserves of nearly 3M bbls according to Exploration Geologist John Sobehrad, using enhanced oil recovery techniques (roughly $310M worth), this looks to be a major play for GTPH’s real estate-focused subsidiary and one that will bring in healthy proceeds from the net revenue interest on the lease. TexStar’s analysis indicates that output per well will be significantly enhanced once new recovery techniques are implemented and these two announcements through Ashland make it a very bullish Q1 for GTPH, a quarter which has been marked by considerably rapid expansion of their real estate footprint, typified by entry into this promising Austin Chalk formation project.

Over on the LiL Marc front, the company’s aggressive marketing push is still going strong five months out from the campaign’s initial kick off and the company continues to chew through their Training Urinal inventory on strength of solid uptake by the end market. Reception of the product has been excellent with orders running through the company’s recently overhauled www.LiLMarc.com site, which has been modernized to facilitate customer ease of use and sales alike. Meanwhile, the company has been hard at work building an extensive brick-and-mortar retail client list in order to maximize market share on the nearly 2M boys born each year in the U.S. alone (2010 CDC figures). GTPH has done a great job putting this innovative solution before the consumer with their new marketing campaign and investors can expect continued success for the company in this area, especially considering the healthy organic reception of the product prior to such marketing, with people just searching the web for solutions and finding the LiL Marc potty training product for boys.

With plans to roll out a growing presence in the roughly $24B a year self-storage space in 2014, a space which is currently dominated by small handful of major players, making it a prime target for a smaller niche operator to break into, GTPH looks really hot, especially when you consider their strong cash position and lack of debt. Key commercial real estate expansions will continue to fuel the company’s bottom line and investors will want to keep a close eye on GTPH for news about their plans for the construction of a self-storage unit now that the company has come in off the road from their presentation May 13 and 14 at the widely-attended Las Vegas Money Show.

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QualityStocks Features Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) President, COO in Exclusive Interview

May 8, 2014

QualityStocks today announces that a new audio interview with Great Plains Holdings president, director, and Chief Operating Officer Denis Espinoza is now available. The interview can be heard at http://www.qualitystocks.net/interview-gtph.php.

Great Plains Holdings operates through two wholly owned subsidiaries: Ashland Holdings, LLC, focused on the real estate sector; and LiL Marc, Inc., maker of the “LiL Marc” training urinal for toddler boys. This diversification model enables Great Plains to achieve multiple revenue streams and consistently increase hard assets.

Espinoza starts the QualityStocks interview by detailing Great Plains’ debt-free business model, which centers on its diverse set of subsidiaries and strong cash position.

“We are not taking any compensation. We are debt free. We’re sitting on $1.4 million in cash, which is unheard of for a small company of our size — a developmental company. We’re very excited for the future,” says Espinoza.

Describing the operations of real estate subsidiary Ashland, Espinoza highlights the fact that company executives have a strong position in the company and how it affects acquisition potential.

“We are very fortunate that we were able to — our executives were able — to buy stock in the company and inject some money in; bring some new life into it… By us being able to inject money in the company we were able to acquire real estate in a debt-free manner. That allows us to be aggressive when we’re looking for properties… we walk in the door and it’s amazing what you can do with cash nowadays,” he says.

Espinoza also explains the company’s niche product, the LiL Marc toddler training urinal, before briefing on his own professional background, how Great Plains was founded, as well as the business successes of company Chief Executive Officer Kent Campbell.

Espinoza and Campbell joined Great Plains in September 2013, and within the last six months have achieved several significant milestones that position the company for a strong outlook for 2014.

“We came in, we injected some capital into the business and we came in with a lot of new energy… Not only did we change the name, we also have increased the number of shareholders that have come on board, we have increased real estate assets, we have increased the LiL’ Marc sales and have been aggressively marketing that and most recently, which we are very proud of, we just joined in a joint partnership with TexStar Energy for a land lease which they claim has 3 million barrels of estimated oil reserves on that lease. Very, very exciting news for us,” said Espinoza.

Leveraging these achievements, Great Plains has set several goals for 2014, including the construction of a self-storage unit that will increase the company’s hard assets and cash flow. Great Plains will present at the Las Vegas Money Show May 13-14, 2014.

“To me this is the most exciting part of being a part of this great company — is to look investors in the eye and show them that I truly believe in this company and we have a strong management team they can believe in,” said Espinoza.

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Eyes Opportunity in Fastest Growing Segment of Commercial Real Estate Sector

May 7, 2014

Great Plains Holdings is a diversified holding company operating through two distinct subsidiaries, Ashland Holdings, LLC and Lil Marc, Inc. Furthermore, Great Plains plans to purchase profitable businesses privately owned by Baby Boomers looking to retire. This strategic diversification model allows Great Plains to benefit from multiple revenue streams and consistently increase its hard assets.

Later this year, Great Plains plans to enter the lucrative self-storage market, which generated more than $24 billion in U.S. annual revenues for 2013, according to estimates from the non-profit trade organization Self-Storage Association (SSA).

In the last 40 years, the self-storage industry has kept pace as fastest growing segment of the commercial real estate, demonstrating its resilience to the recession, based on its performance since the economic recession of September 2008. The industry is a strong contributor to local economies, paying more than $3.25 billion each year in local and state property taxes, as reported by the SSA.

There industry is currently dominated by five public corporations: Public Storage, Extra Space Storage, CubeSmart, Sovran Self Storage (Uncle Bob’s), and U-Haul International. The SSA reports that the industry has roughly 4,500 large and mid-sized firms that own and operate more than one facility, and approximately 30,000 one facility owner-operators.

While Great Plains hasn’t detailed specifics on its plans to enter this market, the company in a recent QualityStocks interview said it is taking the lead in increasing its hard assets and cash flow with the planned construction of a self-storage unit.

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Reports Timely Completion of Real Estate Asset Project

April 29, 2014

Great Plains Holdings’ commercial real estate holdings subsidiary, Ashland Holdings, LLC, has completed the renovation of its company headquarters located at 4060 Northeast 95th Road Wildwood, Fla. The renovation is expected to reduce Great Plains’ operating costs and alleviate the company’s LiL Marc, Inc. subsidiary of its annual warehouse leasing expense of $12,000.

The company reports that the building renovation was completed several days ahead of the originally projected completion date of April 30, 2014. Great Plains now plans to lease three of the office spaces inside the building to increase annual revenues by a projected gross of $18,000.

“We’re very pleased with the renovations to our headquarters and the cost savings we expect to realize from this project. It’s always a pleasure to report a successful strategy to reduce operating cost and increase revenue while maintaining our goal to keep zero debt,” Great Plains’ President Denis Espinoza stated in the news release.

Ashland Holdings is engaged in the acquisition and operation of commercial real estate. The subsidiary’s current portfolio includes a 1,400-square-foot corporate office building; an 800-square-foot warehouse for LiL Marc operations; and two adjacent parcels of land, one of which includes a manufactured home that is rented out for additional income. Great Plains’ principal business activity, LiL Marc, is the maker of the “LiL Marc” training urinal for toddler boys.

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Leverages Diverse Business Model for Multiple Revenue Streams

April 23, 2014

Great Plains Holdings’ business strategy consists of targeting and acquiring controlling interests in small to middle market companies. Great Plains Holdings maintains a diverse business model through two wholly owned subsidiaries for multiple revenue streams and for consistent hard asset growth. These two subsidiaries are Ashland Holdings, LLC, a real estate investment company that acquires, develops, and manages residential and commercial properties; and Lil March, Inc., which engages in the manufacture and sales of the Lil Marc training urinal for young boys in the United States.

At present, Ashland Holdings’ real estate portfolio consists of the following:

• One 1,400-square-foot corporate office building
• One 800-square-foot warehouse for LiL Marc’s operations
• Two adjacent parcels of land, one of which includes a manufactured home that is rented out for additional income

The real estate investment company’s business plan calls for targeting the American Southeast, South, and Midwest for acquiring more real estate holdings. Ashland Holdings also made a foray into oil and gas leases with its completion of a private placement investment in TexStar -Preferred Partner Joint Venture III, LP related to a 150-acre Texas lease in Guadalupe County, Texas. Ashland Holdings will receive income based on net revenue on the lease. It is estimated that around 2.99 million barrels of oil are available for extraction at this lease. Recent oil spot price quotes put the extractable oil reserves at a value of over $300 million. There are about fourteen wells actively producing on the lease at present.

For LiL Marc, Great Plains Holdings has made the LiL Marc training urinal available for purchase through LiLMarc.com as well as through select retail channels. Great Plains Holdings’ management team has rolled out an aggressive marketing plan as for the LiL Marc training urinal, and is building a client list of retailers with brick and mortar stores and other consumer outlets to participate in the broader retail market.

For acquisition targets, Great Plains Holdings looks for investment opportunities primarily within the manufacturing, distribution, consumer products, and real estate spaces. Ideal acquisition targets meet narrowly-tailored criteria, including: having an experienced management team in place; having significant upside growth potential; having low risk for becoming obsolete in their technologies or products; and others factors.

Currently, Great Plains Holdings is looking to acquire private and profitable businesses owned by baby boomers looking to retire. According to Pew Research, since January 2011 roughly 10,000 additional baby boomers reach the threshold of retirement age on a daily basis. That is a trend set to persist until around 2030. A 2007 business owner survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau also provides further illumination. The survey found that in 2007, 36.5% of surveyed business owners were 55 years of age or older and 29.6% of surveyed business owners were between 45 and 54 years of age. Great Plains Holdings will expand its portfolio by offering a viable business exit strategy option for these business owners as they prepare themselves for their next stage of life.

For more information about Great Plains Holdings, please visit www.gtph.com

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Subsidiary Partners with TexStar Energy for Producing Texas Oil Lease

April 16, 2014

Today, Great Plains Holdings announced a development involving its wholly owned subsidiary Ashland Holdings LLC. Great Plains Holdings’ subsidiary recently completed a private placement investment in TexStar -Preferred Partner Joint Venture III, LP related to a 150-acre Texas lease in Guadalupe County, Texas. Exploration geologist John Sobehrad has estimated the recoverable oil reserves at this property to be 2.99 million barrels of oil, with the use of enhanced oil recovery techniques.

According to the private placement memorandum and subscription agreement, Ashland Holdings LLC will receive income based on net revenue interest on the lease. The property is called the Engleke Lease, Luling-Branyon Field and is located in central Texas. Based on the April 11, 2014, oil spot price of $103.40, the potential value of these extractable oil reserves is about $309,166,000. Approximately 14 wells are currently producing on the lease. TexStar anticipates that with the adoption of enhanced oil recovery techniques, output per well will be enhanced.

“I am proud of the rapid expansion of Great Plains in the first quarter of 2014, and am honored to be a part of the vision and see it all come together. Our small but dedicated and forward-thinking staff is working around the clock to increase both company and shareholder value,” said Great Plains Holdings President Denis Espinoza. “Today’s announcement demonstrates our ability to establish and carry-out our aggressive expansion strategy.”

For more information about Great Plains Holdings and its diverse business model, please visit: www.gtph.com

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Pursues Diverse Revenue Streams

April 10, 2014

Great Plains Holdings’ dominant business strategy is to pursue opportunities with exponential growth potential. The company has set up a diversified business model through two fully-owned subsidiaries that allows it to realize revenue from various sources and to steadily augment its tangible assets. The company operates in the real estate sector via Ashland Holdings and also manages LiL Marc, the manufacturer of a training urinal for toddler boys.

LiL Marc, which was established in 1999, manufactures and sells LiL Marc training urinals for toddler boys living in the US. The LiL Marc represents a smaller-scale version of the full-sized urinals found in public restrooms having been constructed to match the smaller size of the toddlers in training. Along with rolling out a hard-hitting advertising campaign for the Lil Marc, Great Plains’ management is compiling a potential client list consisting of retailers with physical stores and additional consumer outlets in the broader retail market. Once its marketing strategies are in place, management believes that the growth and widespread circulation of the product will follow.

More than a decade after establishing Lil Marc, Great Plains set up Ashland Holdings, a real estate investment company that acquires and operates commercial real estate. Ashland’s operations cover the development, investment, ownership, and management of several types of income-generating properties, including apartment buildings and self-storage facilities. At present, Ashland’s portfolio includes:

• One 1,400-square-foot corporate office building;
• One 800-square-foot warehouse for LiL Marc’s operations; and
• Two adjacent parcels of land, one of which includes a manufactured home that is rented out for additional income.

In anticipation of some expected growth, Ashland and LiL Marc are making plans to use one or more of the five office spaces in the corporate office building while the rest could be leased to tenants to bring in additional revenue. Ashland, whose headquarters are in Wildwood, Florida, also has plans to expand its investments in the real estate markets of the Midwest, Southern and Southeast regions of the United States.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.gtph.com

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Diverse Business Model Creates Avenues for Expansion

April 3, 2014

Great Plains Holdings’ business model is comprised of two wholly owned subsidiaries: Ashland Holdings, LLC, focused on the real estate sector, and LiL Marc, Inc., maker of the “LiL Marc” training urinal for toddler boys.

Ashland Holdings is building its portfolio of commercial real estate, focusing on self-storage facilities, apartment buildings, manufactured housing communities for senior citizens, and other income-producing properties. The company currently has ownership of a 1,400-square-foot corporate office building; an 800-square-foot warehouse and two adjacent parcels of land, one of which includes a manufactured home that is rented out for additional income. Ashland and LiL Marc plan to occupy one or more of the five office spaces located in the corporate office building to accommodate expected expansion. The company intends to lease the remaining vacant offices for an added source of revenue.

LiL Marc manufactures and markets training urinals for boys. In conjunction with the launch of an aggressive marketing campaign for the LiL Marc product, Great Plains’ management team is establishing a client base of retailers with brick and mortar stores and other consumer outlets to participate in the broader retail market.

While the diversity of the company’s portfolio creates opportunity for individually standing revenue streams and enables the company to consistently increase its hard assets, Great Plains is also exploring expansion through acquisition.

The third leg of Great Plains’ business is on the acquisition of small-sized to middle-sized private and profitable businesses owned by Baby Boomers looking to retire. Industries of focus include manufacturing, distribution, consumer products, and business services.

For more information visit www.lilmarc.com

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Dual Business Model Creates Multiple Revenue Streams

March 27, 2014

Great Plains Holdings operates a business model focused on two polarized markets that couldn’t be more different, creating multiple revenue streams in support of the company’s overarching mission to consistently increase its hard assets.

On one hand, Great Plains operates in the real estate sector via wholly owned subsidiary Ashland Holdings, LLC. Ashland engages in the acquisition and operation of commercial real estate, including self-storage facilities, apartment buildings, manufactured housing communities for senior citizens, and other income-producing properties. The subsidiary’s current portfolio includes a 1,400-square-foot corporate office building; an 800-square-foot warehouse for the operations of Great Plains’ second subsidiary, LiL Marc; and two adjacent parcels of land, one of which includes a manufactured home that is rented out for additional income.

With respect to anticipated expansion efforts, Great Plains plans to occupy at least one of the five office spaces and intends to lease out the remaining vacant offices to create a source of revenue.

Great Plains’ principal business activity is its LiL Marc, Inc. subsidiary, the maker of the “LiL Marc” training urinal for toddler boys. The product is a small-scale version of full-sized urinals found in public restrooms, designed to assist toddlers in training. Established in 1999, Great Plains’ focus is on the retail market, where the company is seeking to create a list of client retailers with brick and mortar stores. With an advertising strategy in place, Great Plains is targeting widespread distribution of the Lil Marc training urinal.

With these two subsidiaries in place, Great Plains also strategizes to acquire privately owned businesses owned by Baby Boomers who are looking for an exit strategy to retirement.

For more information visit www.lilmarc.com

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Formula Optimizes Stock Price on Open Market

March 19, 2014

Great Plains Holdings is a publicly traded company specializing in acquiring controlling stakes in small to middle market companies. The company currently operates through two wholly owned subsidiaries: Ashland Holdings, LLC and LiL Marc, Inc. Combined, these two subsidiaries create a diversified business model which enables Great Plains to achieve a variety of revenue streams.

Ashland Holdings, LLC is engaged in the acquisition and operation of commercial real estate such as self-storage facilities, apartment buildings, manufactured housing communities for senior citizens, and other income-producing properties. The subsidiary’s current portfolio includes a 1,400-square-foot corporate office building; an 800-square-foot warehouse for LiL Marc operations; and two adjacent parcels of land.

Founded in 1999, LiL Marc, Inc. is Great Plains’ principal business activity. The subsidiary engages in the manufacturing and marketing of training urinals for boys in the United States. The LiL Marc boys potty training urinal looks like the full sized urinals found in public restrooms but are manufactured on a smaller scale in proportion to the smaller size of toddlers in training. In conjunction with the roll-out of an aggressive marketing campaign for the LiL Marc product, Great Plains’ management team is building a client list of retailers with physical stores and other consumer outlets to participate in the broader retail market. While executing its advertising strategy, management sees growth and widespread distribution of the LiL Marc training urinal.

GTPH looks to invest in industries such as manufacturing, distribution, consumer products, and business services. The company has interest in acquiring controlling ownership interests in its portfolio companies and prefers to invest in companies based in North America.

Owners of privately held companies who wish to reduce or sell the holdings of their company often have difficulty finding suitable buyers. The company contends that if these companies sell directly to a private party, they rarely get top price for their holdings. When Great Plains Holdings makes an acquisition, it is typically in common stock form. This affords the owner the opportunity to sell the stock in the open market for a significantly higher return.

Owners and managers of potential Great Plains Holdings acquisition candidates are invited to call the company’s executive offices or fill out the form on its website which is then sent in confidence directly to the GTPH’s executive team. Ideal acquisition candidates for Great Plains Holdings have characteristics such as being an established U.S. based company, possessing significant market share in a niche industry and having a solid and proven management team in place.

For more information about the company visit www.GTPH.com

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) President Exhibiting and Presenting at Las Vegas MoneyShow

March 12, 2014

Today, Great Plains Holdings announced that its President and Chief Operating Officer Denis Espinoza will be presenting at the Las Vegas MoneyShow. Mr. Espinoza will be making presentations to investors at the event on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at 2:15 pm PT and Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at 3:15 PT.

In his first presentation, Mr. Espinoza will discuss Great Plains Holdings’ value as a micro-cap without debt. His second presentation will focus on Great Plains Holdings’ business strategy for exponential growth potential. Great Plains Holdings invites interested parties to view this free, in-person session at: http://www.moneyshow.com/tradeshow/las_vegas/moneyShow/.

Great Plains Holdings operates through two wholly owned subsidiaries: Ashland Holdings, LLC, focused on the real estate sector; and LiL Marc, Inc., maker of the “LiL Marc” training urinal for toddler boys. This diversification model enables Great Plains to achieve multiple revenue streams and consistently increase hard assets.

For more information about the company visit www.GTPH.com

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Great Plains Holdings, Inc. (GTPH) Finding Momentum with Expansion Strategy

March 6, 2014

Great Plains Holdings specialty is in gaining controlling stakes in small to middle market companies in North American manufacturing, consumer products, distribution, real estate, and business services. Privately held company owners seeking to sell part or all of their holdings often face challenges finding suitable buyers. Selling directly to a private party rarely nets the desired price. When Great Plains Holdings makes an acquisition, it is usually in the form of common stock, allowing the owner of the company being acquired to sell the stock in the open market for a significantly higher return.

The company operates through two wholly owned subsidiaries: Ashland Holdings, LLC, focused on the real estate sector; and LiL Marc, Inc., maker of the “LiL Marc” training urinal for toddler boys. This diversification model enables Great Plains to achieve multiple revenue streams and consistently increase tangible or physical assets.

Great Plains Holdings recently announced that Ashland has completed phase 1 of its project pertaining to two recently purchased adjacent parcels of land in Wildwood, Florida. This acquisition includes approximately 0.9 acres of land, a 1,400-square-foot corporate office building, and an additional parcel of land with a manufactured home. The company intends for the properties to occupy one or more of the five office spaces on the property and lease the remaining vacant offices to obtain revenues.

Phase 2 of this project is expected to be completed by the end of April 2014. This will allow for additional leases and cash flow for Ashland, aligned with Great Plains’ goal to keep zero debt while increasing income streams over the next twelve months.

“We couldn’t be more pleased with the rapid progress of our expansion strategy. Ashland Holdings has demonstrated its dedication and capability to establish and successfully execute a progressive plan of action,” said Great Plains’ President Denis Espinoza. “We look forward to keeping this pace as we move into the second phase in upcoming months.”

For more information about the company visit www.GTPH.com

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