You are absolutely correct about Mary Jane Wines being a one-man show. Frankly, I cannot understand how Mary Jane Wines means anything of consequence to Ecosphere.
Sea Of Green Systems, Inc, Corporation just released form D for $100,000 equity financing. This is a new filing. Sea Of Green Systems was able to sell $100,000. That is 100.00% of the financing offer. The total private financing amount was $100,000. The form was filed on 2015-08-28. The reason for the financing was: To reimburse Ecosphere Technologies, Inc., parent company of the issuer, for management services provided by Ecosphere’s senior management, including Dennis McGuire and Michael Donn.
Sea Of Green Systems is based in Florida. The filler’s business is Other Technology. The form was signed by Dennis McGuire Chief Executive Officer. The company was incorporated in 2014. The filler’s address is: 3515 Se Lionel Terrace, Stuart, Fl, Florida, 34997. Dennis Mcguire is the related person in the form and it has address: 3515 Se Lionel Terrace, Stuart, Fl, Florida, 34997. Link to Sea Of Green Systems Filing: 000155335015000928.
Obviously BlueShirt either provides incorrect information, i.e. informing ice that the ASM would be this summer; or no information, i.e. informing tall that ESPH would be providing information. What good are they?
Badger, you keep referring to Lake Okeechobee and the pollution of the St. Lucie River, and the Indian River Lagoon caused by the Army Corps of Engineers allowing water from the lake to be pumped into the estuary. You keep intimating that Ecosphere is soon going to be retained by the Federal Government, with the help of Patrick Murphy and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, to be the savior of these bodies of water. You have pumped this scenario for quite a long time. As I have maintained to you for just as long, it ain't gonna happen. I truly wish I was wrong. As you should know, I've owned shares in this company since it was Ultra Stripping paint off of ship hulls.
The citizens of Martin County have been the most adversely affected by the pollution of this estuary of national significance. Ecosphere is located in Martin County. At one time, Dennis McGuire lived in Martin County; I'm not sure if that's still correct as he now apparently has multiple residences across the country. The citizens of Martin County know Mr. McGuire and know his reputation. Corey McGuire lives in Martin County and is very connected and involved with the fishing community there. Martin County is unique in that, although very affluent, conservative, and republican controlled, it is environmentally sensitive and active on environmental issues impacting quality of life. The Governor of the state is republican and the Florida legislature is controlled by republicans. With all those facts seemingly in Ecosphere's favor, Dennis McGuire still cannot get anything going for the company in it's own county; in it's own back yard. So no, I cannot envision the picture of an Ecosphere Technologies machine in Lake Okee or its environs. It ain't gonna happen and you should stop pumping the stock to potential buyers who are unaware of Mr. McGuire, his background and reputation, and who may not conduct their own exhaustive due diligence.
Anyone who is pumping Ecosphere Technologies based upon William O. Brisben taking over from the vertically impaired Dennis the menace is probably extremely ill informed or simply a shill. Mr. Brisben has a shady business history involving low income housing but he is politically connected (do your own DD). Dennis the menace is most certainly not politically connected or this company would have made us all a bunch of money many years ago. Mr. Brisben appears to be a capable insider with the republican establishment and therefore capable of making Ecosphere Technologies a roaring success and making all the shareholders a bunch of money; UNLESS he intends to #$%$ all of us commoners and take the company private.
Per Brisben’s filing, he reported increased stake in the company by 11.31% to 57,657,884 shares. Brisben now owns 26.5% of the company. This form was required due to trading activity on July 9, 2015.
Form 13D is SEC filing that must be submitted within 10 days, by anyone who acquires beneficial ownership of more than 5% of any publicly traded securities. A filer must promptly update its 13D filing in case of acquisition or disposition of 1% or more of the securities that are the subject of the filing. These filings may be a precursor to hostile takeovers, company breakups, and other “change of control” events.