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Franchise Holdings International (FNHI), Worksport Ltd.’s parent company, said it was on track to achieve revenues representing at least a 1100 per cent increase year over year, when compared with 2018. With its proprietary designs and patents, Worksport supplies custom tonneau covers for large brands in the U.S. and Canada and received in excess of U.S. $1,000,000 in orders within the past 90 days. After the name change, successful capital placement, new and innovative products, tremendous revenue growth, and the much-anticipated potential cross listing on the Canadian Securities Exchange, we are set to make history.
Franchise Holdings International Inc., (FNHI) (or the “Corporation”) Worksport Ltd.’s parent company, in the second part of its 2018 investor conference call, outlined the company’s two tracks for income streams in 2019 — branded and non-competitive private label sales — for its high quality, functional, and aggressively priced tonneau/truck bed covers for the light truck market. FNHI and Worksport CEO Steve Rossi also said its technologically innovative Helios and Alpha Helios solar tonneau covers are expected to reach the North American market in 2019 and 2020 respectively. Rossi described his total concentration on the business’ main product lines, while private label sales to two major U.S. companies occurs simultaneously.
Franchise Holdings International Inc., (FNHI) (or the “Corporation”) Worksport Ltd.’s parent company, welcomed investors in a conference call and reviewed the year past and looked ahead to many positive developments in 2019. FNHI also disclosed a healthy order book approaching $1 million for its high quality, functional, and aggressively priced tonneau/truck bed covers for the light truck market. Describing the anticipated CSE listing a “massive milestone” for the company, elevating it to the “upper echelon of reporting issuer status,” Worksport and FNHI CEO Steve Rossi said that the company responded in December to a second set of 18 questions from the exchange.
The Company’s strategy is acquiring businesses in the fastest growing segments, creating shareholder value in the process. CEO and Director Steven Rossi talked with Stock Day’s Everett Jolly. Jolly started by mentioning the success of Worksport LTD Inc., a fully owned subsidiary of Franchise Holdings International, Inc. Worksport LTD is an innovative manufacturer of high quality, functional, and aggressively priced tonneau / truck bed covers for the light truck market.
Worksport LTD, Franchise Holding International Inc’s (FNHI) wholly owned subsidiary is pleased to announce final November product orders. As released on November 20th, 2018, Worksport had received a total of $432,024 in orders. Worksport received a total of US $865,218 in purchase orders, with approximately $51,288 having been recently invoiced.
Toronto, Ontario, Nov. 29, 2018 -- Franchise Holdings International Inc., (OTCQB: FNHI) (or the Corporation) Worksport Ltd.’s parent company, updated its November 2018.
Franchise Holdings International Inc., (FNHI) (or the “Corporation”) Worksport Ltd.’s parent company, announced that during November 2018, Worksport has booked a total of $432,024 in purchase orders, so far. This exceeds the company’s entire 2017 audited revenues by 6 per cent. Worksport is an innovator, designer, and producer of accessories for North American Light Trucks with on-going development of solar technology integration for electric light trucks of the future. “Achieving purchase orders in one month that exceeded the entire previous year’s sales is a remarkable achievement,” said Worksport and FNHI CEO Steve Rossi.