Major Breaking News: CDYV Expands Publication into the Dallas/Ft.Worth, Texas Metroplex Area Resulting in Circulation
of 3 Million Copies Monthly. Revenues to Exceed 30 Million Annually
with nearly 15 Million Retained Earnings to the Bottom-Line.
CDYV positioned as likely takeover candidate by the always acquisition-minded leaders of the publishing industry capturing sales of 20 Billion.
CDYV is the leading advertising, printing, and publishing Company in Texas specializing in the highly lucrative sector of community-based weekly publications. As Master Publisher for the State of Texas, CDYV reaches 22 million people, 254 counties, and over 3,100 towns and cities, while achieving a 100% saturation level with their publications featuring local advertising in dozens of areas including entertainment, real estate/housing, consumer goods and services, and major retailers like Walgreens and Dollar General.
CDYV has been in business 4 years and has grown quickly, now it is time for them to explode in the public markets. CDYV is new to the stock market, having gone public in a very quiet manner. So you have a very brief period to get in at or near the bottom before share prices soar on increased investor awareness. There are very few companies that have perfected this niche of advertising platform with none being publicly offered starting out at less than 50 cents per share.
Monthly circulation has jumped from 500,000 to 3 million with the additional expansion into Dallas/Ft.Worth, translating into over 9 million readers monthly and achieving an additional 17 million in annual revenues from the Metroplex Area alone. CDYV will also provide the necessary printing services for 150 other national publishers in their respective states resulting in another 9.5 million in yearly sales, with 50% to the bottom-line, on top of their already explosive, record-shattering figures.
The publishing industry has always been an active leader in mergers, takeovers, and acquisitions. Dow Jones (DJ, 37.00, PE 32), Gannett (GCI, 79.00, PE 16), Knight-Ridder (KRI, 67.00, PE 16), and Tribune Co. (TRB, 40.00, PE 24) are just a few examples of industry leaders that have spent Billions over the last few years acquiring aggressive and profitable newspaper chains and publishing companies.
CDYV represents the epitome of an attractive buyout target as their PE is 1 based on 12 - 18 month sales and earnings figures. The industry average PE is 20, indicating that a share price of 5.00 for CDYV would be a very conservative valuation.
It is only a matter of time before detailed information is released out into the investment community. By receiving this Email, you are among the first public investors to know about CDYV. Get in now before the crowds take it to the moon.
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From: cyrus-sasl@andr... To: Jorge Dempsey
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