December 14, 2009 16:15 ET

FBC Merger Complete

With Three Synergistic Business Platforms the Company Updates Shareholders

BEVERLY HILLS, CA--(Marketwire - December 14, 2009) - FBC Holding Inc. (OTCBB: FBCD) is pleased to announce the successful completion of its merger with Wave Uranium. The name and the symbol have been changed, and the Company is excited to update shareholders on the business of FBC Holding. FBC Holding Inc. has three subsidiaries; they are The FBC Group, which has a focus in branding, product integration and TV/Film/Viral media production services; Beverly Hills Choppers, which will sell its proprietary mini chopper; additionally the company will be launching a merchandise line in Q1 of 2010 with the Beverly Hills Choppers and Beverly Hills Angels lines; lastly, the Company has JFSC.TV, which is a website focused on social networking and is closely related to the features, namely Johnny Fratto and "Eric the Midget" on the Howard Stern Show. FBC plans to launch a new website in the first quarter of 2010; the website will be focused on social networking and product integration and sales, and we are currently working with a partner on a specific niche market yet to hit the internet.

"We are very excited at this year end; we are forming new partnerships all the time in every area of our business, we feel that 2010 will be a great year," said Heather Carrington, the President of FBC Holding Inc.

"I am very happy we have formed a business that is diversified yet so synergistic in its operations; we believe we are well positioned to attack the market on several levels," said Christopher LeClerc, the company's CEO. "The company will continue to update shareholders on our developments from the contracts that we are receiving, the partnerships we are forming and the new lines and products that we are launching," said Carrington. The company is excited to say that future acquisitions are in its plans as well planning on being cash flow positive in 2010.

Contact Information

  • Contact:
    Heather Carrington