Feb 12, 2015, Press Release
IRVINE, CA--(Marketwired - Feb 12, 2015) - Broadside Enterprises, Inc. (OTC PINK: BRSE) announced today that its Chairman, Robert Atwell, has elected to convert his accrued salary into the Company's $.00001 par value common stock at $.0002 per share.
The Chairman is converting $1,187,454 into 5,937,270,000 restricted affiliated shares at a significant premium to the market price.
"I firmly believe in Emaji and its future," Atwell stated. "It has been a long road. I am confident that the steps being taken by the company at this point of its development will pave the way to great success down the road."
The Chairman's decision to accept the restricted stock and reduce corporate debt by over one million dollars is one of the steps being taken by the Company as it continues to clean up its balance sheet and begin executing its business plan.
About Emaji: Broadside Enterprises, Inc. (OTC PINK: BRSE), "Where Imagination Comes Alive," is a publicly traded company with three divisions: Emaji Ventures, which is developing Emaji's revamped online toy portal company Netoy; Emaji Entertainment, which is developing entertainment programming; and Emaji Sports, which is developing its participatory collegiate and professional sports camps through Flashback Camps International, a financial and marketing support program for a wide variety of athletic enterprises, including youth athletic programs, and its Professional Sports Acquisition Group, which is currently exploring acquisition opportunities in minor league professional sports.
NOTES ABOUT FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS
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