I just went back to their website and, once again, reviewed their product lineup. This tiny company has several decent products that they are selling and hoping to ramp up with increased sales. I know they added more debt, but small companies need cash to expand. And, obviously, Tribute needs cash to expand their marketing efforts of the various products they already are selling in Canada. So, for me, it is a question of just how quickly they will manage to increase sales and begin to break even or make a small profit.
If anyone one this board has ideas about when Tribute might achieve break-even, I'd very much like to hear about it.