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manfrombeach 5 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 12, 2015 8:46 PM Member since: Oct 15, 2014
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  • From CEO Grant Newsteder:

    After setting up and producing with solid orders many from out of the USA to Europe and Australia as well as many states in the USA I am now seeing this as the KEY to GNGR moving forward. Although this is not chocolate related, GNGR still has the ability to make chocolates and fudge if need be but I personally think GNGR will be totally out of the chocolate business by the fall. That decision will be spelled out this week on an update here on this website. After reading the update I am also sure everyone will agree with this decision.

    I am now confident this was the right move. I have kept the SEC up to date on all events and progress with this program as well.

    I will post the pros and cons to this program and there seems to be all pros with little to no downside. The profits and sales are also 600% higher then chocolate and fudge.

    I have been silent because I have been working 24/7 to bring these to market and wanted to show PROOF not intent that I am now able to do. I am using all our GNGR mold technology to capture a market that has welcomed my proposal with every contact that I make.

    Please be patient while I compile my data and proof this will be a new chapter for GNGR.

    This change will be what separates GNGR from all other OTC companies that fail to achieve their goal to be a successful OTC company. Weather its from the initial intended product line to changes along that way for the better. The goal is to make GNGR succeed at any and all costs even if it means turning 180 degrees to a new direction.

    Thank you

    Grant Newsteder

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    I strongly suspect

    by roby_ace_2000 Jun 9, 2015 10:52 AM
    manfrombeach manfrombeach Jun 25, 2015 10:38 PM Flag

    I think the GNGR "board" is just the "white knight" who rides to the rescue whenever the stock gets dumped to .0011, .0010, .0009 etc. with a massive $2 to $3 trade. I've seen it done with 50 cents.

  • Reply to

    I strongly suspect

    by roby_ace_2000 Jun 9, 2015 10:52 AM
    manfrombeach manfrombeach Jun 25, 2015 12:39 AM Flag

    I'm long ONE million shares at around .0068 cost basis that I got suckered into buying last year after a relative told me about the VORTEX. Oh well, lesson learned. Never have bought a stock under a penny and never will again.

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    Serious money?

    by roby_ace_2000 Jun 17, 2015 3:32 PM
    manfrombeach manfrombeach Jun 25, 2015 12:37 AM Flag

    Good one! Love the line about the chocolate or fudge bar rising out of the casket. LOL

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    by roby_ace_2000 May 19, 2015 8:17 PM
    manfrombeach manfrombeach Jun 25, 2015 12:35 AM Flag

    Yep. Someone tanks the stock to the .0011 BID with a few buck order (even under one dollar), then someone else moves it back to .0032 ASK with another small order. Probably the same two people.

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