Company Seeking Additional Southeastern Connecticut Holdings

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Property Politics has been retained by Case Acquisition Incorporated.

Wayne D'Amico, CCIM, announces that Property Politics has been retained by Case Acquisition Incorporated for land development, management and acquisition.

Case Acquisition currently has a large property holding in North Stonington, as well as other interests in surrounding communities.

"Case Acquisition wants to increase its presence in the southeastern Connecticut marketplace," D'Amico said. "The company's new stockholders have an aggressive agenda for managing present assets and making future acquisitions."

Zhao Holdings, LLC recently became a major stockholder of Case Acquisition stock.

Mr. JD DeMatteo remains Chairman of the Board of Directors. Dr. Preston J. Walker of Greenwich, Connecticut, and Mr. Rodney K. Brandstedter of York, Pennsylvania, continue as Corporate Directors. Mr. Jack M. Lynch, CCIM, of Trumbull, Connecticut, serves as Board Secretary and Mr. Jon T. Patria of Saddle River, New Jersey, represents the stock interests of Zhao Holdings.

"We selected Mr. D'Amico because of his track record in that region," said Jon Crane, a spokesman for Mr. DeMatteo. "The initial focus of D'Amico's efforts will be the large North Stonington parcel and providing direction regarding our future acquisitions in southeastern Connecticut."

Mr. D'Amico and Property Politics will represent Case Acquisition Incorporated's southeastern Connecticut development plans.

About Property Politics

Property Politics is a real estate development and advisory firm specializing in complex real estate development, brokerage and consulting services. Due to its independence and market focus, Property Politics not only offers traditional commercial and investment brokerage services, but is uniquely positioned to offer customer-centric, project-specific services, such as site reconnaissance and assemblage, property tax validation, and strategic planning services for property ownership and development.


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