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SOURCE Primco Management Inc.
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Primco Management Inc. (OTCQB: PMCM), a fully integrated multi-media entertainment and real estate development company today announced that the Company has filed Form 14c, as required by the Securities and Exchange Commission, informing shareholders of an increase in the authorized to 25 billion common shares as a reserve requirement for possible future conversion issuances, in accordance with contractual obligations to convertible debt holders based on the recent low stock price of $0.0001. The increase will further allow Primco to have sufficient shares available for equity funding, and/or for potential acquisitions which the Board of Directors may determine is in the best interest of the shareholders.
In light of the recent increase in the share price by over 4500%, Primco now expects to reduce by more than 90% the number of shares it would have otherwise issued and is presently in negotiations with private investors for equity capital which would potentially enable Primco to repay all of its convertible debt and improve its balance sheet.
The Company is moving forward aggressively to meet its newly stated goals in the medical marijuana industry and expects to announce positive developments in the very near future.
About Primco Management Inc. www.primcousa.com: Through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, ESMG Inc., Top Sail Productions and D & B Music, Inc., the Company operates as an integrated entertainment company with divisions in music and film production and distribution. Primco also operates in various aspects of the real estate industry.
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David Michery, CEO
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