SPYR SPYR, Inc. – $SPYR Enters Multi-Billion Dollar

SPYR SPYR, Inc. – $SPYR Enters Multi-Billion Dollar.

$SPYR Enters Multi-Billion Dollar Mobile Games & Apps Market OTC QB:(SPYR) http://allbasescoveredstocks.blogspot.com/2015/03/spyr-enters-multi-billion-dollar-mobile.html

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DENVER, CO–(Marketwired – March 24, 2015) – SPYR, INC. (SPYR), a holding company with wholly-owned subsidiaries in the digital publishing and advertising industry and in the food service industry, recently announced the acquisition of Franklin Networks, Inc. (“FNI”) and the Company’s entry into the digital publication and advertising space. Today, the Company described the following revenue generating assets that were included in the acquisition, as follows:

1. Entrée.com features relevant articles about sophisticated epicurean delights and recipes from authors all over the country. Unique to Entrée.com is its recipe recommendation platform that learns visitors’ preferences and behaviors, and then matches them with recipes they may like to try.

2. Flawless.com features content from a variety of knowledgeable authors on beauty, fashion, shopping and industry trends. Engaging articles paired with beautiful images, Flawless.com is a wonderful source for the latest in fashion and beauty.

3. Gladiators.com features current topics related to fitness, weight loss, and health, written by a team of industry writers. From fitness enthusiasts to beginners, Gladiators.com has something for everyone wanting to live a stronger, healthier life.

4. ParentingPad.com covers topics from pregnancy and childbirth to motherhood and parenting. It has the highest level of interaction of all the sites in SPYR’s publishing network, which means followers frequently share and comment on posts made by ParentingPad.com creating brand loyalty.

5. Grubbr.com features articles and recipes from “quick & easy” dishes and seasonal favorites to special occasions and dinners. Grubbr.com focuses on dishes and articles that will appeal to any palette.

6. GuiltyTravel.com features a wide variety of articles on travel and leisure, with topics that range from family vacations to adventure tours to seasonal and romantic getaways. With so many people looking for great travel ideas and tips, a reference source like GuiltyTravel.com should become very popular.

7. Nutristic.com focuses on an ever-popular topic: nutrition. Born out of the demand for healthy eating alternatives and lifestyles, Nutristic.com features articles on nutrition, health and wellness that are written by a team of experienced nutritionists and wellness advocates.

8. Crumb.com features food-related videos from around the web including instructional cooking videos to food-related humor. Crumb.com appeals to foodies everywhere.

According to CEO James R. Thompson, the Company is excited about its acquisition and ownership of such successful and robust branded websites and what it means for the Company’s future: “We know that consumers are looking for engaging content that includes the functionality that is a feature of our new assets,” he says. “The quality of the content and functionality they offer is outstanding and we’re excited about what’s ahead for us.”

“The implicit value of this acquisition is in the platform, network, and personnel, all of which will begin to come to light in the coming months as we explore opportunities for horizontal expansion into other areas of the interactive digital media world. These sites represent only a small portion of the promising potential on which SPYR and its team seek to capitalize,” concluded Mr. Thompson.

About SPYR, INC.

SPYR, INC. is a holding company that through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Franklin Networks, Inc., is engaged in digital publishing and advertising operations and through its other wholly-owned subsidiary, E.A.J.: PHL, Airport Inc., owns and operates an “American Diner” theme restaurant located in the Philadelphia International Airport in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania called “Eat at Joe’s®.” The Company is currently exploring opportunities for additional acquisitions in these and other verticals, including mobile application and game development, in order to expand its holdings, to drive and increase revenue and to generate profits and build value for shareholders.


Marlin Molinaro
Marmel Communications, LLC
(702) 434-8692


SAMP USA Restaurant Funding Inc. – $SAMP looking real strong today…no

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USA Restaurants Inc. files for penny stock offering to raise $100K

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Just 4 cents will buy a share of USA Restaurants Inc.

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USA Restaurants Inc. filed last week for an initial public offering that could bring in $100,000.
The restaurant company is planning to issue 2.5 million shares at 4 cents each on the Over the Counter Bulletin Board exchange. Profits will go directly to shareholders and the company will not receive any proceeds, according to filings with the the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Based in Dallas, the company owns Pho House Dallas/Galleria, a Euro-Asian-themed restaurant. According to regulatory documents, the company plans to expand in the Dallas and Houston markets.
However, filings also state the company has not generated any revenue since its founding on July 23. As of Sep. 15, it had no cash or cash equivalents. The SEC forms state that the company will have to raise funding before implementing its business plan.
USA Restaurants is the second offering out of Dallas to be filed on the OTC market in two weeks. On Sept. 9, Bedford energy company Galenfeha filed for a 40-cent IPO that could net $26 million.
OTC stocks are not part of NASDAQ or the New York Stock Exchange and are considered to be riskier investments. Shares on the OTC Bulletin Board exchange tend to be less stable and companies offering them don’t have to meet the same requirements as those who file with NASDAQ or NYSE.

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HIIT HII Technologies Inc. – Mar. 25, 2015 11:03 AM ET $HIIT

HIIT HII Technologies Inc. – Mar. 25, 2015 11:03 AM ET $HIIT.

Hii Technologies Management Answers Reader Questions About HydroFlow And Vivione Rapid-B

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  • Two weeks ago I detailed a PR that was published by HIIT in which the company announced two major agreements with oil and gas operators for use of its technologies.
  • I detailed the combination technology was a clear evolution to the existing technology and that the PR and subject technologies had far reaching implications for HIIT.
  • HIIT management has provided answers to reader questions in an effort to help SeekingAlpha readers better understand the developments at this fast growing company.
  • I remain long HIIT and bullish on all durations.

A few weeks ago I detailed a PR that was published by Hii Technologies (OTCQB:HIIT) in which the company detailed two major agreements it had reached with oil and gas operators for the use of its combined AES HydroFLOW® and Vivione Rapid-B test technologies (via Vivione Biosciences Inc. (TSXV:VBI)). I opined that this combination technology was a clear evolution to the existing technology and that I believed the PR and subject technologies had far reaching implications not just for HIIT but for the entire space. I still believe those statements to be true.
I also promised readers that I would try to secure an interview with management at HIIT to get further granularity as to the specific questions readers had in the comments section of the article. While we knew that management at HIIT would have to be very tight lipped with the majority of the questions (for competitive and fair disclosure reasons) management did engage us in several. I believe this information is trade critical and information that should provide SeekingAlpha readers a unique, if not abbreviated, insight into the underlying technologies. As is par for the course I would expect management to be much more accommodative with answers (as they’ll be under less legal red tape) on the next earnings call which I’ll participate in for readers as well.
Still, I’m thankful for what management has provided us at SA and I look forward to providing continuing coverage. This interview took place via email and was presented in Q&A format. The interview was presented to HIIT CEO Matthew Flemming, who has done Q&A interviews for SA readers before. The interview questions were sent to Mr. Flemming the day of the PR and were returned today (Wednesday, March 25):

Q: Great PR about the AES HydroFLOW® and the Vivione Rapid-B test technologies. Can you elaborate, and I understand you might not be able to get granular, on anything in regards to the actual revenue growth that should come from the two agreements PR’d? Readers have been interested to know what sort of near, mid, and longer-term top-line additions can be expected from these two early adoptions. Obviously readers understand that the performance of the technologies will ultimately drive the mid and longer term figures but can you talk at all about say the next 3 quarters and any type of incremental top-line additions coming from this announcement?
A: We believe these new technology service offerings will continue to scale and provide a meaningful amount of revenues (on top of our growing base) later this year and more in 2016.
Q: With the understanding that for competitive reasons you might not be able to discuss the economics associated with the dual technologies but from a “bird’s eye view” can you give any color as to the margin profile of these technologies? Will this solution as a whole be among HIIT’s higher margin offerings or will these be something that is offered more along the lines of cost and used as a retention tool? So two questions, one being around the margin profile and then if you could shed some light on this is going to be positioned in the broader HIIT value-prop and total portfolio.
A: The margins are at the high end of our range, 40 to 50%, because of their value to the customer while being a new technology offers such a step change so as to save the operator money.
Q: Along those same lines and again keeping in mind you have to be discreet for competitive reasons, does HIIT have analytics as to any type of cost savings for operators inclusive of the total technology usage? I think market participants familiar with the space understand the cost of not doing anything and the cost of current solutions having lows levels of efficacy but is HIIT able to come to an operator and say “look here is your breakeven point and here is your cost savings using this combination”? Anything along the lines of a per barrel or margin profile figure would be particularly helpful.
A: Each technology is different and is difficult to discuss in that question venue.
Q: It seems like the one upside cap that’s on the potential of this PR in terms of driving revenues is the capacity of the AES HydroFLOW® – the fact that the total solution requires the AES HydroFLOW® to be effective and total AES HydroFLOW® capacity is finite at this point. Also, that HIIT’s operating expertise is needed to operate the AES HydroFLOW® and that as well is finite at this point. Is this something that HIIT would consider or could see licensing (the dual technologies) to other operators? I guess more simply put for readers, would HIIT allow other operators to fund AES HydroFLOW® capacity build-out if they intended to use it to license the total solution? Presumably that would provide for rapid PP&E expansion on the AES side at zero CAPEX to HIIT while also driving (I’m assuming adjusting for the costs of the AES HydroFLOW® build-out expense) revenues from the Rapid-B testing. More importantly that would presumably allow HIIT to become “national” in scale without taking on any excess risk.
A: We have been open about the company’s commercialization strategy to end users and regional players in other markets. To date, we are busy with the activity in our own market.
Q: With HIIT licensing the Rapid-B test is HIIT entitled to the analytics data collected by the testing? I guess I’m asking if HIIT can develop any type of analytics offering via the solution being deployed. I could see HIIT being able to sell blind data to operators considering new wells in any particular area during the prospecting stages which makes this question important. Does HIIT anticipate any sort of analytics offering to come from this dual solution technology?
A: We do not see selling blind data as an opportunity at this time. Each customer’s need to identify where bacteria is coming from or verify that it doesn’t exist currently seems to be with each end user. Once this segment of industry matures we are open to that type of thinking or using the data / experiences to further bundle/sell our other services.

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