NASHVILLE, TN--(Marketwire - Jan 30, 2013) - With the anticipation of the opening of LuckyFoxCasino.com, DHS Holding, Co. (PINKSHEETS: DHSM) is beginning plans to move its corporate offices and all operations to Belize.
This is an exciting move for the company, and one that will create even more savings for the company, as employment costs and general cost of operations are lower. DHS Belize, LTD has secured offices at Malcolm House, 6 Fort Street in Belize City, and DHS Holding, Co. foresees the completion of moving its entire operation to Belize by June 2013.
President Charlie Barrett stated, "With all the great things happening in Belize, it just makes sense."
Online gaming is a $180 billion per year industry and DHS Holding, Co. will advertise and market LuckyFoxCasino.com worldwide in an attempt to capture its share of this $180 billion industry.
About the company
The primary focus of DHS Holding, Co. is directed to pursue mergers and acquisitions of companies with potential for growth and success. DHS is aggressively moving to develop and expand on both domestic and international opportunities that include building a hotel and casino in Belize and launching an online casino through DHS Belize, LTD, a wholly-owned subsidiary of DHS Holding, Co.
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