Winter Park, FL (PRWEB) October 23, 2012
Management needed to address and correct multiple errors to the corporate structure that occurred during the term of the Company’s merger with 15 SOF.
These corrections were necessary to ensure full transparency to the public. Corrections included amending and restating the Articles of Incorporation and Corporate Bylaws to clarify the corporate structure after rescinding the merger with 15 SOF, as well as filing the appropriate Certificates of Designations for each class of shares.
Shawn Carey, the companies CEO stated, “ I recognize the lapse of time that has passed since our last shareholder update. It was critical for us to address and correct the corporate structure prior to making any further announcements. These corrections were necessary to ensure transparency and a strong foundation for growth. We appreciate the patience that our share holders have shown, and are committed to providing frequent updates moving forward”.
With these filings completed, Management’s focus is now turned to bringing the Company back to current status on OTC Markets in addition to completing the corporate website as announced on June 6, 2012. The website will define the products and services related to the Company’s new business model as a provider of disaster preparedness and relief solutions.
About Guard Dog Inc.
Guard Dog Inc. is a publicly traded company, which trades under the ticker symbol GRDO. Guard Dog provides disaster preparedness and relief solutions for private individuals, corporations and government agencies.
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