Toronto, Ontario- November 17, 2015- GoldLand Holdings Co. (GHDC:OTCPINKS), announces Mr. Allen Simon of New York, NY as its corporate advisor. GHDC’s management is very excited to have such an accomplished business power join the GHDC team, assisting and guiding the GoldLand executives on completing ventures currently under consideration as well as long term future company growth.
Already, Mr. Simon proposed to GHDC’s Board of Directors specific product developments for retail application in El Salvador and throughout Central/South America. These new product lines include potential online markets in North, South and Central American market places.
Paul Parliament, CEO, President of GoldLand states, “This new alliance with Mr. Simon, with his knowledge and proven business track record will without a doubt, establish GoldLand as a quality investment. Along with our already planned business partnerships, this places the Company on very solid ground.”
“I’m looking forward to working with the new team at GoldLand Holdings and building this into a real entity,” said, Mr. Allen Simon, Corporate Advisor.
Within the next week GHDC anticipate updating the progress and proposed completion of the Company’s financial audit for period ending December 2014 and quarterlies for 2015.
The Company recently filed a FORM 8-K regarding its auditor which can be read at:
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About GoldLand Holdings Co:
GoldLand Holdings Co. (OTC-PINK: GHDC) is a diversified Company, (holding gold and silver mining properties in North America, and leased casino equipment in South America) with an aggressive growth strategy driven through mergers, acquisitions, and new ventures. This will result in a multi-divisional, financially viable and profitable wholly owned subsidiary model company.
GoldLand Holdings Co. cautions that the statements made in this press release and other forward looking statements made on behalf of the Company may be affected by such other factors including, but not limited to, vagaries of trade, market competition and other risks detailed herein and from time to time in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filings of the Company.