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

July 30, 2015

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.

For more information on the company, visit www.oneworlddolls.com

One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) – A Fast-Growing Doll Company

July 21, 2015

One World has become a leading provider in the fast-growing doll marketplace by pursuing and growing sales to an underserved minority market. The One World Doll Project, a subsidiary of One World Holdings, produces a unique line of multicultural dolls (the Prettie Girls! dolls) that deliver realistic depictions of modern-day American kids who come from a host of diverse neighborhoods, including the African American, Latina and South Asian communities. With the Prettie Girls! dolls, the One World Doll Project has united a play model with a social message that is impactful to young girls and their awareness and development of self-perception.

Over the years, the company has proven that there are many reasons for its continued success:

• The Spot-on Product
Considering the growing demand for dolls that more accurately reflect today’s multi-cultural world, the Prettie Girls! are well positioned to be the “must-have” dolls for years to come and are swiftly becoming the hottest toy product on the market.

• Top Notch Management
Led by a management team with a combined 50-plus years of experience in the doll and toy industry, the company’s leadership has the know-how to assure the Prettie Girls! dolls and the entire One World Doll Project line of toys are of the highest quality and value.

• Celebrity Partnerships and Relationships
Two years ago, in 2013, the One World Doll Project released its first celebrity collector’s doll modeled after Supermodel Cynthia Bailey from The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Since its release, the “Cynthia” doll has been showcased on various television shows, including What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, The Bethenny Show and The Arsenio Hall Show.

• Growing Retail Distribution
Less than one month after the Prettie Girls! dolls were unveiled at the 2014 International Toy Fair in New York City, the One World Doll Project began to secure major online and big box retail distribution deals and continues to do so today.

• International and National Media Coverage
Word is spreading about The Prettie Girls! dolls both domestically and internationally. The dolls have been featured on CNN, The Toy Insider Magazine, The Toy Book, Parade.com, Dolls Magazine, The Houston Chronicle and LA Radio 94.7 as well as CBC Radio in Canada and Papusilemele.com in the United Kingdom.

• Constant News Updates
Whether it’s news about The Prettie Girls! dolls being inducted into a museum or the development of new strategic partnerships, One World Holdings strives to keep its fans, customers and shareholders “in the know” by regularly sharing updates about the company’s achievements.

For more information, visit www.oneworlddolls.com

Amazon.com Places Second Purchase Order with The One World Doll Project (OWOO)

July 15, 2015

The One World Doll Project, a subsidiary of One World Holdings, says Amazon.com has issued two more purchase orders for The Prettie Girls! ™ dolls following the sell-through of previous units ordered in the first quarter of 2015. The new order will provide the online retailer with inventory ahead of the 2015 holiday season.

“Since our announcement of the upcoming national roll out with Walmart we have seen an increase in business and are pleased The Prettie Girls! dolls have performed so well with Amazon.com,” Trey Waldhauser, vice president of Business Development at The One World Doll Project, stated in the news release. “It is exciting for us to see the world’s largest online retailer recognize the value of acquire more of our products as the holiday buying seen quickly approaches, and we are pleased the relationship with Amazon.com continues to grow.”

The One World Doll Project was established in 2010 to change the retail landscape of the doll industry. The Prettie Girls! collection of fashion play dolls are diverse in culture, interests and style. The dolls are designed to capture the essence of positive values and attributes that every little girl can embrace.

For more information, visit www.oneworlddolls.com

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Announces Upcoming 8k for Answering Share Structure Questions

July 9, 2015

Earlier this afternoon, The One World Doll Project, subsidiary of One World Holdings, Inc., announced that it will be filing an 8k with the SEC today that will address recent shareholder questions in reference to the company share structure.

“We understand that as the market for our stock continues to grow that shareholders always are interested in understanding the market activities that may have affected their value,” stated Joanne Melton, CEO of One World Holdings, Inc. “As our shareholder base continues to expand it is fundamentally important for us to keep the investing public up to date and informed. We believe the answers to shareholder questions in today’s filing will be helpful in giving assurances that the company executives have not been engaged in the selling of company shares and that our efforts to increase shareholders value are substantial and are yielding positive results,” she added.

A copy of the shareholder letter can be found at the following link: http://dtn.fm/owoo-news-07-09-15

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Dolls Covered via Feature Story on New York Daily News

July 7, 2015

The One World Doll Project, a subsidiary of One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO), announced that it was featured today in a New York Daily News feature article entitled “Diverse dolls like the Prettie Girls! Tween Scene help retailers like Walmart toy with change.” Based in New York City, The New York Daily News is the fourth most widely circulated daily newspaper in the United States.

“With media coverage from the likes of CNN, Huffington Post, USA Today and now New York Daily News, we are confident this kind of publicity will help to solidify The Prettie Girls! Tween Scene dolls as a ‘must have’ for Christmas 2015,” stated Trent T. Daniel, Founder of One World Holdings, Inc. “We believe that getting the attention of major media outlets such as The New York Daily News makes a strong statement about The Prettie Girls! potential to become a popular mainstream product.”

An online version of the article can be viewed on The New York Daily News website at nydailynews.com at http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/diverse-dolls-inspire-retailers-toy-change-article-1.2283279.

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One World Holdings (OWOO) Releases Preview of New Prettie Girls! Tween Scene Story Book

July 2, 2015

The One World Doll Project, subsidiary of One World Holdings, Inc. (OTC:OWOO), this morning on the company’s website (oneworlddolls.com/books) released a sneak peek preview of its new Prettie Girls! Tween Scene story book.

The first line of Prettie Girls! Tween Scene story books will feature a different story for each of the Tween Scene dolls, as well as a general story book that will introduce readers to the Tween Scene girls and their individual traits and characteristics.

The launch of the book coincides with the company’s recent distribution agreement with Wal-Mart (NYSE:WMT) and supports the company’s expansion initiatives.

“Now that the company has secured a major retail distribution deal with Walmart, we are focusing on maximizing the value of the Prettie Girls! brand by developing ancillary products and these story books are perfect for brand exposure to early adopters,” Trent T. Daniel, founder of The One World Doll Project, stated in the news release.

Established in 2010 by Daniel and Stacey McBride-Irby, The One World Doll Project is committed to changing the retail landscape of the doll industry through its Prettie Girls!™, a collection of fashion play dolls diverse in culture, interests and style.

For more information, visit www.oneworlddolls.com

One World Holdings’ (OWOO) Conference Call to Deliver Update on Wal-Mart Roll-out Efforts

June 30, 2015

One World Holdings’ subsidiary is preparing to conduct a stockholders conference call today, July 1 at 11:30 a.m. ET. The call will deliver an update on the national roll out of product in Wal-Mart Stores (NYSE: WMT) and plans for its business expansion.

Conference call speakers will include Joanne Melton, One World Holdings CEO and creator of the Prettie Girls! doll line, Stacey McBride-Irby. The call’s host will be Trent T. Daniel, founder of The One World Doll Project.

Due to an anticipated large participant turn out, the call will run in listen-only mode. Those who wish to join should dial in at 712-432-0075 pin 278621# no later than 11:28 a.m. ET. The call will last approximately 45 minutes and a recording will be posted to the company website after the call.

The company’s thrust into the retail arena is providing OWOO the foundation it needs for generating its revenue base. At the beginning of Q3, the company announced a 532 percent increase in year-over-year revenue for 2014 while its national expansion puts One World in a strategically desirable position to build on this growth for the foreseeable future.

The Prettie Girls!™ represent a collection of fashion play dolls designed to give a sense and look of diversity in culture, style and interest. McBride-Irby, former Mattel® designer known for creating the company’s first African-American doll, designed the Prettie Girls! aimed at a growing market in need of a new type of experience. The Prettie Girls! take on the positive values and attributes that little girls can relate to and associate with.

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Announces Initial Order from Hallmark Stores

June 29, 2015

Today, The One World Doll Project, a subsidiary of One World Holdings, reported an initial order from Hallmark Stores for the Prettie Girls!(TM) Tween Scene multicultural fashion and play dolls. This order resulted from a preliminary outreach to the company by the Hallmark buying team. The placement of these dolls within Hallmark Stores across the country will bring additional exposure to the Prettie Girls! brand.

“As we continue to see a significant increase in product sales, this new business relationship with Hallmark Stores represents another component of our 2015 growth plan,” stated Trey Waldhauser, VP of Sales at The One World Doll Project.

Established in 2010 to make a significant positive cultural impact through the doll category, The One World Doll Project aims to transcend global and ethnic borders to create positive self-image in young women and girl around the world. Led by worldwide famous doll designer Stacy McBride-Irby, The One World Doll Project team has more than 50 collective years in the doll and toy industry and is dedicated and armed with the experience to ensure that the dolls are of the highest quality and value.

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The Tonner Doll Company to Acquire Equity Stake in One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO)

June 24, 2015

The One World Doll Project, a subsidiary of One World Holdings, has signed an official Letter of Intent to sell a 9.89% stake of One World Holdings stock to The Tonner Doll Company. The parties are currently finalizing details and plan to enter definitive agreements as soon as practically possible to effectuate the stock purchase.

“As an established brand that is projecting sales of $59.3 million over the next five years, we believe that investing into The One World Doll Project and its emerging, high-quality product lines is the best approach for expanding our retail presence,” Robert Tonner, CEO of Tonner Doll Company, stated in the news release. “With their recent accomplishment of securing national distribution of The Prettie Girls! Tween Scene Dolls into over 2,900 Walmart stores, One World has proven their value to us and we are certain that acquiring a substantial stake in One World at this time is the best move going forward.”

Corinda Joanne Melton, CEO of One World Holdings, gave a brief overview of The Tonner Doll Company’s reach in the toy industry, and how the new, mutually advantageous partnership will help advance the broader One World plan.

“We believe that advancing our partnership with The Tonner Doll Company will continue keep One World on the fast track to substantially increased revenues. Over the past 16 months the relationship has proven that our two companies, working together, creates a valuable alliance within the doll industry,” she said. “With The Tonner Doll Company’s 25-year track record of success, its multiple license deals with major brands such as Disney, Peanuts and 20th Century Fox coupled with One World’s current retail relationships with Walmart and Amazon.com, the company is hopeful that this alliance will create additional value as One World pursues its plan of acquisition by a major toy company within the next 18 to 24 months.”

For more information, visit www.oneworlddolls.com

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Subsidiary to Provide Update on National Wal-Mart Roll Out via Quarterly Conference

June 22, 2015

Today before the opening bell, One World Holdings’ subsidiary announced that it will conduct a live stockholders conference call next week on Wednesday, July 1 at 11:30 AM ET. Contents of the call will include an update on the national roll out of product in Wal-Mart Stores (NYSE: WMT) and business expansion plans.

The primary speakers for this call will be Joanne Melton, One World Holdings CEO; and Stacey McBride-Irby, creator of the Prettie Girls! doll line. The call will also include Trent T. Daniel, Founder of The One World Doll Project, who will be moderating the call.

Because a large number of investors are expected to dial-in, the call will be listen-only. Those who wish to join should dial in at 712-432-0075 pin 278621# no later than 11:28 AM ET on Wednesday, July 1. The call will last no longer than 45 minutes and a recording will be posted to the company website after the call.

For more information on The One World Doll Project subsidiary, visit www.oneworlddolls.com

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The One World Doll Project (OWOO) Founder Discusses New Wal-Mart Deal in Interview

June 17, 2015

The One World Doll Project, a subsidiary of One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO), today released an interview with its founder, Trent T. Daniel, in which Daniel discusses the company’s recent national retail distribution deal with Hallmark stores and Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (NYSE: WMT).

This interview provides shareholders, potential investors and other interested parties the opportunity to understand the details behind the company’s fall 2015 debut in over 2,900 Walmart stores across the nation.

View the video on the company website at http://oneworlddolls.com/investors.

Established in 2010 by Daniel and Stacey McBride-Irby, The One World Doll Project is committed to changing the retail landscape of the doll industry. The Prettie Girls! are a collection of fashion play dolls diverse in culture, interests and style.

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Announces October Launch of Tween Scene Collection in Thousands of Walmart Stores

One World Holdings, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, the One World Doll Project, recently announced the next phase of expansion for its acclaimed brand of multicultural fashion and play dolls. The highly anticipated Prettie Girls!™ Tween Scene collection will arrive in approximately 3,000 Walmart (NYSE: WMT) stores across the United States in October, providing the company with an opportunity to continue building on the success of its four original Prettie Girls! dolls.

“Our vision in developing the Prettie Girls! Tween Scene collection was to provide young girls with dolls that represent their individual backgrounds, stories, styles, goals and inspirations,” Trent T. Daniel, founder of OWOO, stated in a news release. “It is an honor to launch this new line, which endeavors to reflect America’s children, at Walmart, where America shops.”

The new collection will consist of pre-teen versions of the company’s original dolls, including all four of the Prettie Girls! characters, in addition to the introduction of two new personalities representing additional cultures and backgrounds. In total, the company’s new line will include African-American, Hispanic, South Asian, African, Asian and Caucasian dolls.

The Prettie Girls! were originally launched in 2010 by Daniel and Stacey McBride-Irby, a former designer for toy giant Mattel® who is widely regarded for her role in creating Mattel’s first African-American dolls. Since 2010, OWOO has received orders from a collection of major retailers, including Amazon, Walmart and Toys”R”Us. This increased presence has helped the company post improved financial results in recent months. In April, OWOO announced a 532 percent increase in annual year-over-year revenue in 2014, and the company’s management team expects continued growth moving toward the holiday season.

“It has already been a big year for us and as we continue to expand the Prettie Girls! brand across the nation, we expect to see even more sales performance as the 2015 Christmas season draws closer,” stated Joanne Melton, chief executive officer of OWOO.

According to the Toy Association, the domestic toy industry accounted for over $18 billion in revenue in 2014, with $2.32 billion attributed to the doll category. Through the release of the Prettie Girls! Tween Scene collection later this year, OWOO will be in a strong position to continue expanding upon its current share of the thriving market. For prospective investors, this announcement could foreshadow an extremely promising holiday season later this year.

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Assembling Impressive, Timely National Retail Space Presence

June 11, 2015

When Stacey McBride-Irby, creator of The Prettie Girls! recently commented, “A happy, inspired childhood creates happy, inspired and powerful women,” she was putting her passion for One World Holdings, Inc. (OTC: OWOO) mission front and center on the national toy market stage. And when your company’s chief product development officer is that ‘out front’ with their feelings about the task at hand, shareholders can rest assured they have the right person for the job.

Before McBride-Irby’s tenure as the chief product development officer at OWOO, she established her talent credentials in the toy industry during her 15 years as a project designer for Mattel™. Since then, she has helped put The One World Doll Project on the map through her diverse collection of doll designs.

Evidence of the company’s drive to meet the needs of a diverse doll market demographic, the company announced an initial order from Amazon, adding to a burgeoning retail network that includes industry giants such as Toys ‘R’ Us and Sears. In a recent conference call, the agreement was characterized as just the first step of One World’s upcoming expansion plans. Timing could not be better as the company aims to boost its retail presence in preparation for the 2015 holiday shopping season.

Trey Waldhauser, vice president of Business Development at One World, noted, “As we continue to see a significant increase in product sales, this new business relationship with Amazon.com represents another component of our 2015 growth plan. It’s extremely motivating to see the world’s largest online retailer take an interest in our products.”

The company’s momentum into the retail space is providing OWOO a stable foundation for generating and expanding its revenue base. At the beginning of the current quarter, the company announced a 532 percent increase in year-over-year revenue for 2014 while its national expansion puts One World in a strategically desirable position to build on this growth going forward.

Toy Association research indicates the domestic toy market has been expanding in recent years with 4% increase in market value in 2014. Last year, dolls accounted for $2.32 billion in the United States, and market indicators point to continued growth for 2015.

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Expanding Retail Network in Preparation for 2015 Holiday Season

June 3, 2015

“A happy, inspired childhood creates happy, inspired and powerful women.”

Those are the words of Stacey McBride-Irby, creator of The Prettie Girls! Dolls. Before serving as the Chief Product Development Officer of One World Holdings, Inc. (OTC: OWOO), McBride-Irby built a reputation of excellence throughout the toy industry during her 15 years as a Project Designer for Mattel™. Since then, she has helped put The One World Doll Project on the map through her diverse collection of doll designs.

In recent months, The Prettie Girls! Doll brand has been making significant strides in the prosperous toy industry. In February, the company announced an initial order from Amazon, adding to an increasingly formidable retail network that already includes industry giants such as Toys ‘R’ Us and Sears. According to a recent conference call, the agreement is just the first step of One World’s upcoming expansion plans, providing the company with an opportunity to maximize its retail presence in preparation for the 2015 holiday shopping season.

“As we continue to see a significant increase in product sales, this new business relationship with Amazon.com represents another component of our 2015 growth plan,” stated Trey Waldhauser, Vice President of Business Development at One World. “It’s extremely motivating to see the world’s largest online retailer take an interest in our products.”

This continued push into the retail space is providing One World with a strong platform to rapidly expand revenue. In April, the company announced a 532 percent increase in year-over-year revenue for 2014, and additional national expansion puts One World in a strong strategic position to build on this growth in the coming months.

“It has already been a big year for us and we continue to expand the Prettie Girls! Brand across the nation,” stated Joanne Melton, Chief Executive Officer of One World. “[W]e expect to see even more sales performance as the 2015 Christmas season draws closer.”

According to the Toy Association, the domestic toy market has continued to expand in recent years, recording a four percent increase in market value in 2014. In particular, the doll sector has thrived. In 2014, dolls accounted for $2.32 billion in the United States, and all signs point towards additional increases this year. As One World pushes to expand on its retail network and build brand recognition throughout the toy industry, the company is in a great position to increase revenues in the coming months.

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One World Holdings, Inc.’s (OWOO) Momentum in First-Half 2015 Hints at What’s to Come

May 29, 2015

One World Holdings has had an impressive run so far this year, moving at a considerable pace to expand the visibility and availability of its Prettie Girls! Dolls line. The achievements didn’t go unnoticed in the investment world, with the company’s stock increasing as much as 700%.

The activity kicked off in January when the company’s One World Doll Project launched a line of apparel and accessories to further expand the Prettie Girls! brand through the company’s retail website, www.oneworlddollshop.com. The expansion got the ball rolling for what would be a flurry of activity.

The following month, One World fully leveraged its partnership with legendary doll designer Robert Tonner and released images of its new product line co-developed with the Tonner Doll Company.

Shortly after, One World received its first order through Amazon.com and made the first of several media appearances that included CEOLIVE.TV and Huffington Post. This exposure was in addition to the company’s previous coverage on CNN, The Toy Insider Magazine, Parade.com, the Houston Chronicle, and many outlets.

By late March the company had made advances on its capital position. One World reported that since January it had raised $648,000 from a group of private investors and obtained purchase order funding commitments up to an additional $950,000. The funding provided the company with the capital needed to carry out the national expansion of its Prettie Girls! and Prettie Girls! Tween Scene dolls into big box retail stores, and assisted in the elimination of toxic debt.

Most recently, in April, One World reported its 2014 results and issued its expectations for the rest of 2015. One World posted 2014 annual revenue at $109,520, a year-over-year improvement of 532% as compared to $20,549 in 2013. The year-over-year growth is consistent with the company’s previous 2014 quarterly performance improvements.

“We are pleased to report strong revenue growth in 2014 and with our recent announcement of a retail partnership with Walmart we look forward to a significant increase in sales revenues for 2015,” One World Holdings CEO Joanne Melton stated in the news release. “It has already been a big year for us and as we continue to expand the Prettie Girls! brand across the nation, we expect to see even more sales performance as the 2015 Christmas season draws closer.”

One World has established distribution deals with Toys “R” Us, HEB, dollgenie.com, Tuckers Toy Shop, pattycakedoll.com, WalMart.com, and has recently expanded its retail presence internationally with the People’s Pharmacy storechain in the Central American country of Belize. Looking at the multiple milestones achieved in 2015 thus far, the company appears to firmly remain on track to fulfill its nationwide distribution expansion initiatives.

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Continues to Expand Presence in the Growing Toy Industry

May 20, 2015

Interest in the toy market is back on the rise. Highlighting this fact, the Toy Industry Association recently reported that 2014 saw a four percent increase in overall industry revenue. One World Holdings, Inc. (OTC: OWOO), through wholly-owned subsidiary The One World Doll Project, is prepared to capitalize on the thriving market. The company has realized tremendous growth in market share over recent months, and it’s shown no signs of slowing down.

“We are pleased to report strong revenue growth in 2014,” stated Joanne Melton, Chief Executive Officer of One World. “[W]e look forward to a significant increase in sales revenue for 2015.”

In 2014, the company’s annual revenue increased by over 500 percent from the previous year on the heels of a collection of distribution agreements with some of the world’s largest toy retailers. In particular, deals with Toys”R”Us, Walmart and Amazon have put the Prettie Girls! brand on a promising global stage that should promote sustained growth in the future.

Maximizing the effects of One World’s expanded distribution network, the company’s founders recently completed a promotional tour in New York City which included features in numerous nationwide media channels, including USA Today, The Huffington Post, CNN and Fox. This tour, along with the company’s presentation at the International Toy Fair earlier this year, provides One World with a formidable springboard moving into the critical holiday shopping season.

“Our appearance at Toy Fair coupled with national distribution of our dolls represent major milestones for One World,” continued Melton. “[W]e expect to see even more sales as the 2015 Christmas season draws closer.”

The Prettie Girls! dolls are designed by industry veteran Stacey McBride-Irby. Throughout her 15 years with industry giant Mattel, McBride-Irby designed a host of iconic dolls, including Mattel’s first African-American doll line. The industry experience that she brings to the company sets One World apart from the competition, and forecasts for the coming months are increasingly bright.

According to the Toy Industry Association, the domestic toy market grew to approximately $22 billion last year, and the doll category accounted for just under 13 percent of total market share. With One World’s recent push through both retail and media channels, the company could be on the brink of significant growth within the industry. Look for potential expansions to current distribution agreements to provide the company with significant opportunities for increases in market share over the months to come.

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Capturing Market Share in Dolls via Highly Unique & Ethnically Diverse Role Model Designs

May 13, 2015

Dolls make up one of the largest chunks of the roughly $22 billion U.S. market for traditional toys at around 10.5% of the overall space. Dolls did roughly $2.22 billion in 2013 and approximately $2.32 billion last year, representing a four percent growth rate according to market research company NPD Group’s (formerly National Purchase Diary) consumer panel tracking data, which is published by the Toy Industry Association. NPD Group is consistently ranked as one of the top 25 companies on the annual Honomichl Top 50 report covering Fortune 500 market research firms and thus the above data, which represents roughly 80% of the U.S. retail toy market, gives investors a very clear picture of the market’s size and growth.

While Mattel (NASDAQ: MAT) has historically been the dominant player in the doll market – owing to established brands like Barbie and newer, still-growing brands like Monster High, as well as temporarily hot but nevertheless exciting successes linked to Disney Princess brands like Frozen – their mainstay brand Barbie has been in significant decline since 2012 according to retailer panel data compiled by mass retail analyst firm Klosters Trading Corporation. Private company MGA Entertainment, known for their Bratz, Moxie Girlz, Rescue Pets plushies and lifelike baby dolls marketed through a partnership with Zapf Creation (ETR/FRA: ZPFK), has also seen substantial decline in recent years according to the Klosters data, clearly telegraphing how fragmented the doll market has become, a phenomena which has opened up substantial room for newer brands and concepts to grow and flourish.

One such company is One World Holdings, Inc. (OTC: OWOO), whose Prettie Girls! brand, developed and marketed under their subsidiary known as The One World Doll Project, continues to capture attention and retail space in the attractive and still niche market for ethnically diverse dolls, a segment that has been routinely, yet unsuccessfully courted by major sector players. The most recent example of how ham-fisted major players like Mattel have been in this area is the PR nightmare surrounding their Mexico-inspired Barbie for their “Dolls of the World” collection, which was lampooned by the media and consumers alike as essentially being a cynical cash-grab that reinforces a negative stereotype of Mexican women, with the doll wearing a fiesta dress, sporting a pink passport, and carrying a pet Chihuahua. The subsequent attempt to salvage their reputation by changing the doll to Mariachi Barbie has not met with the hoped-for success and this fiasco demonstrates the lack of savvy major doll market players have had when it comes to appealing to not only an increasingly ethnically diverse American population, but to global markets, where young girls seek role models they can identify with.

The Prettie Girls! brand on the other hand has won fast favor with consumers and industry players alike, stealing the show at the 112th North American International Toy Fair due to the well-defined characteristics and personalities of each doll, which, while being ethnically diverse, are not focused on that ethnicity so much as on the wonderful and inspiring personalities crafted for each doll. This ingenious and adept approach was masterminded by OWOO’s Stacey McBride-Irby, who used to be a project designer at Mattel and developed the sorority Barbie modeled on the first African-American Greek Sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha, before leaving Mattel after a 15-year run in order to make dolls which fully live up to her motto that a “happy, inspired childhood creates happy, inspired, and powerful women.”

Part of the success at Toy Fair 2015 for OWOO was the introduction of the tween versions of the company’s Prettie Girls! brand, the Tween Scene dolls, which are aimed at directly representing preteen girls and bringing an array of even more approachable, ethnically diverse role models to younger girls. Also at the Toy Fair, OWOO received confirmation from the Walmart.com buying team that sales performance of their Prettie Girls! brand was quite positive and that the brand would be featured in Walmart’s Easter sales promotion, as well as via the Walmart.com special offers program for approved members. Similar retail deals have given the company a sizeable retail footprint already, with a distribution agreement between OWOO and online sales giant Amazon.com having recently been signed, and the Prettie Girls! brand finding their way onto shelves at such popular brick and mortar retailers as Toys “R” Us, which has over 870 stores in the U.S. and more than 725 stores worldwide, as well as at Texas-based H-E-B Grocery, which has over 350 stores across Texas and northern Mexico.

Rather than cynically pandering to various ethnicities, the Prettie Girls! and Prettie Girls! Tween Scene brands lovingly cater to the ambitions, career goals and positive values all girls should aspire to, celebrating the ethnic diversity and fashion style of each highly unique doll, but not in a heavy-handed way that ultimately turns consumers off. With characteristics like an emphasis on participating in after-school activities and clubs, or desire to help their communities, as well as getting good grades and taking their futures seriously, this brand of dolls is light years beyond the state of design on offer from the major players in the industry. These revolutionary design elements make OWOO a company investors should keep their eye on, especially as the company moves to further flesh out their growing retail footprint with promotional efforts like games and cartoon shows based on the dolls.

With a 532% YoY jump in revenues reported for fiscal year 2014, OWOO has proven that their mix of intelligent brand design and marketing efforts focused on media venues frequented by their core target demographics is a successful blend of product and presence.

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) – A Progressive Company Changing the Doll Landscape

May 7, 2015

For young girls, the One World Doll Project, a subsidiary of One World Holdings, is a progressive company that creates dolls they can consider friends and partners in play but that also present glimpses of their biggest and brightest dreams. For young women, One World delivers dolls that are symbols of who they are, how much they can achieve and keepsakes of the best times of their lives. For connoisseurs, the company creates fashionable works of art that can become an essential part of a valuable and growing collectors’ market.

Operationally, One World Holdings is indeed looking to become a prominent provider of multi-cultural doll products to the specialty, affinity and mass merchandise retail marketplace, and it is focusing its direct and online sales efforts on this goal. The company has created a platform that combines the idea of play with an influential message for young girls as they become more and more self-aware and develop their self-image. Through the sales penetration of a vastly underserved minority market, the company has set itself up as a first provider to this rapidly growing marketplace.

Established in 2010 by Trent T. Daniel and Stacey McBride-Irby, the One World Doll Project is committed to changing the retail landscape of the doll industry. One World holdings rolled out its first product, the Prettie Girls! doll collection, in the fall of 2013. The Prettie Girls! are fashion play dolls that are diverse in culture, interests and style. The dolls are styled for play and yet filled with soul. They set higher, values-based standards for beauty — positive values and attributes that every little girl can embrace and positive goals that reach across the globe. In fact, “Prettie” stands for positive, respectful, enthusiastic, truthful, talented, inspiring and excellent. Ms. McBride-Irby, a former Mattel designer renowned as the creator of the So In Style dolls (the first African-American dolls by Mattel), designed the Prettie Girls! just so – as unique works of art for a growing market longing for something new to experience.

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One World Holdings, Inc.’s (OWOO) Doll Line Shows Same Potential as Original Barbie

April 28, 2015

In the spring of 1959, Mattel, Inc. launched its Barbie™ doll at the American International Toy Fair in New York. Within the first year of production the toy maker sold roughly 350,000 dolls, and the company estimates more than 1 billion dolls have been sold in more than 150 countries, making Barbie one of the hottest toys on the market.

While demand for Barbie and dolls in general remains strong, a new consumer demand for multi-cultural diversity in the toy industry is taking flight. America is a melting pot of ethnicities and interests, and former Mattel project designer Stacy McBride Irby is making sure today’s doll industry represents this diversity.

McBride Irby co-founded The One World Doll Project, a subsidiary of One World Holdings, as a company focused on making a significant cultural impact in the doll category. Like Barbie, The One World Doll Project’s Prettie Girls!™ line of multi-cultural dolls debuted at the well-known Toy Fair and has rapidly grown its market presence.

The One World Doll Project is endorsed by renowned doll designer Robert Tonner and has secured distribution deals with H-E-B, ToysRUs.com® and Walmart. In February the company announced it has received its first order from Amazon.com, catapulting the Prettie Girls! line onto the global toy scene.

In partnership with Tonner, The One World Doll Project is also producing 16-inch Prettie Girls! Tween Scene dolls to cater to a younger yet significant consumer demographic. In support of this and broader initiatives, The One World Doll Project recently secured the capital needed for the nation-wide rollout of its doll lines into big box retail stores.

Backed by its distribution network and aggressive expansion strategy, The One World Doll Project in February said it expects 2015 sales to exceed $1.1 million, an exponential increase in sales revenue since the Prettie Girls! line was first launched in fiscal 2013.

To fulfill this projection, the company plans on expanding distribution through brick and mortar retailers as well as online, growing direct-to-consumer business, specialty retail, licensing and merchandising.

By recognizing and catering to the various ethnicities and races here in the United States and beyond, The One World Doll Project’s Prettie Girlis! dolls appear to have the potential to reach the same caliber of consumer acceptance as Mattel’s 56-year old Barbie doll.

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO): Highly Engaging Brand, Solid Revenue Growth, Key Retail Deals Spell Bright Future

April 23, 2015

Things have been going swimmingly for OWOO lately, with continued high profile exposure for the company’s The Prettie Girls!™ lineup of multicultural dolls through venues like Huffington Post, which routinely gets over 100 million global unique visitors per month, making them the most visited news website in the United States. Or, through choice partnerships with the likes of world-famous actress and television producer, as well as current star in Donald Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice, Vivica A. Fox, with whom the company has teamed up to produce their first celebrity collectors doll of 2015, which will no doubt lead to increased attention and popularity for the brand as this superb marketing and promotional arrangement progresses further this year.

The company’s primary operating subsidiary, The One World Doll Project, also successfully debuted the newest additions to their compelling lineup of dolls at the industry’s biggest trade show, the 112th North American International Toy Fair, two months ago in February. Toy Fair 2015 was abuzz with talk of the compelling concept and execution behind the company’s The Prettie Girls! Tween Scene dolls, which are junior versions of their main lineup, only geared towards younger girls, each with their own unique character, fashion sense, and personality. The company did a sizeable capital raise at the start of the year on the strength of their products, securing nearly $1.6 million in funding (648.5k in immediate capital and an additional $950k in funding commitments) from a group of private investors in order to continue expanding their already impressive retail footprint, and increasing end market traction via targeted advertising initiatives.

One World Holdings has rapidly developed their retail channels over the past two years alone, first landing a key retail partnership with brick and mortar retail giant Walmart, and then executing a retail distribution deal with online retail juggernaut, Amazon.com. The company even secured a partnership with legendary collectible doll design and distribution company, The Tonner Doll Company, whose founder Robert Tonner moved to execute the partnership on the spot.

The sheer scale and logistical muscle of Amazon and Walmart as retail sales channels is likely enough to make The Prettie Girls! brand a household name before long, especially when one considers that these dolls, while styled for play, are full of soul and have highly unique personalities all their own, having been designed from the outset to provide girls with the kind of values-based standards for beauty-positive goals that really appeal to modern consumers. This brand is a far cry from the kind of cynical pandering to various cultures done in the past by sector majors and the breath of fresh air The Prettie Girls! dolls represent has quickly found ardent admirers, both in the industry and among the doll-buying public.

This ingenious approach to the doll market, empowered by focusing brand exposure in the core African American and Latino target demographics, is a powerful adaptation to an entropic market which is dominated by a handful of large players like Mattel, whose main staple is Barbie. By focusing on the almost completely underrepresented multicultural doll segment and developing a rich brand of extremely well thought out dolls that do not pander to the target demographics, but rather celebrate cultural diversity and offer young girls positive role models they can relate to, The Prettie Girls! brand has managed to captivate audiences both old and young alike, in a very short time span. Much of the company’s apparent business savvy can be attributed to the visionary insights of the creator of The Prettie Girls!, Stacey McBride-Irby, a former Mattel Project Designer, who was the brain behind Mattel’s So In Style line of Barbie dolls.

Having just reported a whopping 532% jump in revenues for FY2014 (which came in at $109,520), compared to 2013 revenues of $20,549, OWOO isn’t planning on slowing down and is already gearing up for a blow-out 2015 Christmas season. With marketing plans in the works to continue fleshing out the brand via grassroots and digital/social media tactics, additional high-efficiency targeted advertising via the primary media venues enjoyed by the company’s core demographics, like BET, TV1, Ebony, Essence and Jet magazines, as well as plans to launch evocations of the brand in the realm of computer and online gaming, OWOO is making all the right moves to capitalize on their smash hit product line.

Furthermore, OWOO’s successful elimination of convertible notes held by essentially predatory lenders, which were a temporary but necessary evil in certain respects to get the company launched into the widespread commercial sales phase, has put the company on a solid footing. This solid footing, along with the deals struck between OWOO and major retailers like Amazon and Walmart, has enhanced investor confidence considerably.

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Shares Tick Higher on Triple-Digit Revenue Growth

April 15, 2015

Shares of One World Holdings climbed more than 3% this morning after its wholly-owned subsidiary reported an impressive year-over-year increase in annual 2014 sales.

Full-year 2014 sales increased 532% to $109,520 compared to full-year sales of $20,549 in 2013. The increase reflects consistent quarterly performance throughout the year as the company secured additional distribution channels and expanded its presence nationwide.

“We are pleased to report strong revenue growth in 2014 and with our recent announcement of a retail partnership with Walmart we look forward to a significant increase in sales revenues for 2015,” Joanne Melton, One World Holdings CEO stated in the news release. “It has already been a big year for us and as we continue to expand the Prettie Girls! brand across the nation, we expect to see even more sales performance as the 2015 Christmas season draws closer.”

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The One World Doll Project (OWOO) Refreshed Capital Resources Paves Way for Nationwide Expansion

April 9, 2015

With newly acquired capital in hand, The One World Doll Project, a subsidiary of One World Holdings, is busy embarking on its plans to expand its doll line from coast to coast and complete its efforts to eliminate the company’s convertible notes.

As of early January, 2015, The One World Doll Project has raised $648,500 of private funds and acquired purchase order funding commitments up to $950,000. Both investments are earmarked to provide the company with the capital needed for presence expansion of its The Prettie Girls!™ and The Prettie Girls! Tween Scene dolls into retail locations throughout the US.

The aforementioned capital also aims to assist One World Holdings to eliminate “toxic debt” as outlined in the company’s debt retirement and consolidation plan announced in 2014. Currently, upwards of $200,000 realized from these investments has been used to complete another round of consolidation and convertible note elimination.

Ms. Joanne Melton, CEO of One World Holdings, commented, “The strides toward success that One World has made this year, especially our retail distribution deal with Amazon.com and partnership with The Tonner Doll Company seems to be striking a positive chord with new and current investors. We attribute this investor enthusiasm primarily to our eliminating convertible notes from lenders who have a track record of aggressively selling shares into the market with little or no regard for the negative effects on the company’s stock price. Our days of being funded by predatory lenders have come to an end and our stock seems to now be showing how well it can perform with the absence of excessive dilution.”

The Prettie Girls!™ are a collection of fashion play dolls designed to deliver a sense and look of diversity in culture, interest and style. McBride-Irby, former Mattel® designer known for creating the company’s first African-American doll, designed the Prettie Girls! for a growing market in need of a new type of experience. The Prettie Girls! embody the positive values and attributes that little girls can relate to and associate with.

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Raises Capital Needed for Nationwide Expansion, Convertible Note Elimination

March 31, 2015

The One World Doll Project, a subsidiary of One World Holdings, today announced that it has successfully raised enough capital to expand its doll line nationwide and complete a round of convertible notes elimination.

Since January 1, 2015, The One World Doll Project has raised $648,500 from a group of private investors in addition to purchase order funding commitments up to an additional $950,000. Each of these investments will provide the company with the capital needed to expand the market presence of its The Prettie Girls!™ and The Prettie Girls! Tween Scene dolls into big box retail stores across the nation.

The capital will also help One World Holdings eliminate toxic debt as laid out in the company’s debt retirement and consolidation plan announced last year. To date, more than $200,000 realized from these investments has been used to complete another round of convertible note elimination and consolidation.

“The strides toward success that One World has made this year, especially our retail distribution deal with Amazon.com and partnership with The Tonner Doll Company seems to be striking a positive chord with new and current investors,” said Joanne Melton, CEO of One World Holdings. “We attribute this investor enthusiasm primarily to our eliminating convertible notes from lenders who have a track record of aggressively selling shares into the market with little or no regard for the negative effects on the company’s stock price. Our days of being funded by predatory lenders have come to an end and our stock seems to now be showing how well it can perform with the absence of excessive dilution.”

One World Holdings also noted that it has largely been “buoyed” by increased trading activity of its stock, which has gained as much as 595% in value since the beginning of the year.

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Prettie Girls! Collection of Multicultural Dolls Turning Top Retailer Heads in the Toy Industry

March 30, 2015

One World Holdings, Inc. subsidiary The One World Doll Project continues to make waves in the retail toy market with their The Prettie Girls!™ multicultural doll collection, featuring well thought out, hip young girl characters grounded in good values and expressing an attitude of respect for all cultures. The lineup of dolls includes a healthy mix of ethnicities and cultural backgrounds and currently consists of Lena (African-American), Valencia (Latino), Kimani (African), Dahlia (South Asian), Alexie (Caucasian), and Hana (Asian American). This product collection is one of the hottest offerings to come along in the doll category of the toy market for quite some time and retailers have expressed strong interest as a result of how well executed the brand/concept is.

The Prettie Girls collection received considerable attention at the 112th North American International Toy Fair in NYC in February 2015, impressing the crowd of over 25k professionals, including more than 9k mass and specialty retail buyers, as well as contingents from the country’s biggest purveyors of toys like Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Costco (NASDAQ:COST), CVS, (NYSE:CVS), Disney Store (NYSE:DIS), Target (NYSE:TGT), Walmart (NYSE:WMT), and Toys“R”Us. The Prettie Girls new Tween Scene dolls really turned heads at Toy Fair 2015’s One World booth, which was twice the size of last year’s at this influential event that is now officially the largest toy marketplace in the entire Western Hemisphere, and is put on by a partnership between the U.S. Toy Industry Association (TIA) and the Canadian Toy Association.

A head buyer from one of the nation’s largest department stores praised the company’s multicultural doll brand as being the first ever to “actually get it right,” because it includes a Caucasian doll, as opposed to having the lineup comprised entirely of non-Caucasian dolls, which is often regarded as pandering. This move also allows young girls, who are the end market consumers, to readily associate with the entire brand and lineup of dolls within and among their peer groups, not only increasing brand traction, but overall sales volume as well. This key advantage of the collection, which in turn helps foster a growing sense of community between groups of young girls, is a natural social and word-of-mouth based organic growth mechanism.

A superb showing at last year’s Toy Fair led to key deals for the company with major brick and mortar players like Walmart and Toys“R”Us, as well as an initial order from online retail giant Amazon. The company’s show-stopping debut at the 2014 Toy Fair also directly led to the creation of the Tween Scene line, which is the newest addition to The Prettie Girls family, after legendary doll designer Robert Tonner viewed them and was instantly enamored of the concept. A subsequent endorsement by Tonner led to a partnership between OWOO and The Tonner Doll Company, which is known the world over for licensed work with studios like Warner Bros., DC, Disney, Paramount, and Sony Entertainment. Ultimately, this partnership gave birth to the exciting new Tween Scene dolls at OWOO, which are 16-inch dolls bearing unique characters and values, just like The Prettie Girls, but which are modeled as younger pre-teen versions.

TIA data on their 750-plus members, which account for roughly 90% of the entire U.S. domestic toy market, indicates that the doll segment, currently dominated by products like Mattel’s (NASDAQ:MAT) Barbie and American Girl, as well as products like Hasbro’s (NASDAQ:HAS) My Little Pony, continues to show strong baseline growth. However, it should be noted that staid offerings like Mattel’s Barbie, which lacks diversity, despite a growing shift in the cultural mix of the U.S. population, has seen marked declines in recent years. July 2014 marked a key down point for Mattel, with weaker-than-expected profit and revenues, led by a 15% drop in sales of Barbie worldwide, followed by a 21% decline as of Q3 2014, further exacerbated by Disney Princess dolls gobbling up market share on the strength of their Frozen products, which are based on the wildly successful animated movie of the same name.

Leading consumer market research company NPD Group’s Retail Tracking Service data indicates that the U.S. toy market grew 3.66% to $18.11 billion last year, with the doll segment’s year-over-year growth outpacing the average at 4.5%, up to approximately $2.32 billion. This is a huge pie for OWOO to be carving off a slice of and the increasing amount of media attention the company has been getting in recent months, including articles, interviews and segments with CNN, FOX, BET, ABC, CBS, TV One, Toy Insider Magazine, Dolls Magazine, USA Today, Parade, the Houston Chronicle and the Houston Business Journal, have contributed a great deal to an upswing in momentum for the brand and the company.

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Shareholder Call Will Detail National Roll-Out of Latest Products

March 23, 2015

The One World Doll Project, subsidiary of One World Holdings, has scheduled a stockholders conference call for April 6 at 11 a.m. ET in which the company will release details of its national retail store roll-out of the Prettie Girls! Tween Scene dolls and new line of Prettie Girls! fashion accessories.

Primary speakers for the call will be One World Holdings CEO Joanne Melton, Robert Tonner of The Tonner Doll Company, and Stacey McBride-Irby, creator of the Prettie Girls!™ doll line. The call will be moderated by Trent T. Daniel, founder of The One World Doll Project.

“We are thrilled to be sharing the news of the upcoming expansion of The Prettie Girls! dolls into retail stores nationwide for the start of the 2015 holiday shopping season,” Melton stated in the news release. “Our appearance at Toy Fair coupled with national distribution of our dolls represent major milestones for One World and I am confident that everyone who listens in on this call will be just as excited as we are about the future and what 2015 has in store.”

Publicity of The One World Doll Project and The Prettie Girls! doll line have rampantly increased in recent months. As such, the company anticipates a large number of call attendees and for efficiency will host the call in “listen-only” mode.

Company leadership will select and address some questions submitted on the One World Doll Project website (www.oneworlddolls.com/conferencecall). Individuals interested in joining the call can do so by dialing (712) 432-0075 and using pin 278621# no later than 10:58 a.m. ET on April 6. The call will last 45 minutes and a recording will be posted to the company website after the call.

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