SOURCE: Get Real USA, Inc.

April 08, 2015 16:00 ET

Get Real USA, Inc. Executive Announcement

LA JOLLA, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 8, 2015) - Get Real USA, Inc. (OTC PINK: GTRL) Chief Executive Officer Thomas Beener announces that, in association with the Company's policy to conserve capital for investment, he will forgive his salary for the 2015 calendar year. Mr. Beener states, "Get Real USA, Inc. cannot grow exponentially if its top executives are taking valuable capital to pay salaries instead of being used for the Company's growth needs. I want the company to have explosive growth in 2015, and capital is a vital part of that growth. Our focus throughout 2015 will be adding value to the business, the Company's stock, and increasing market exposure and core revenue!"

In addition, Get Real USA, Inc. announces it continues to move forward with its current business plan and revenue-generating goals by the end of the month. The Company expects to have the e-commerce website operational by April 30, 2015 -- and sales to start immediately thereafter! Get Real USA, Inc. has recently identified additional suppliers for its product and should close a transaction shortly bringing additional revenue streams for the Company. 

Mr. Beener stressed the importance of the relationship with Amazon.com as a selling venue of the company's product. There is a perception on the part of certain followers of GTRL stock that the Company will simply build a website and wait for purchasers to find it and make a purchase, which could not be further from the truth. The Company expects that its relationship with Amazon.com will be the catalyst that drives sales and possibly positions Get Real USA, Inc. as a leading seller of electronic products on the internet. E-commerce continues to grow and revenues are up year after year and the electronic industry continues to keep consistent pace with market growth.

Although revenue forecasts are difficult to project, Get Real USA, Inc. does anticipate, once up and operating, first year gross revenue to be in excess of $3,000,000. In less than 30 days Get Real USA, Inc. will not only be generating revenue, but also profit that the company can use to further its operations and add value for the Company and the shareholders. Additional revenue growth is expected at a significant rate of increase based on current market data, trends, and expected percentage of the market share that can be attained by the Company.

The electronics industry is growing with the market expanding at a significant rate!

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"Opportunities and challenges from diverse markets" from Global Purchasing

Rapid changes in end user demand as well as vertical market needs such as technology changes, product lifecycles, and government regulations will trigger new requirements for the production, packaging, procurement, and fulfillment of components in 2014 among diverse industries such as LED and medical. Players up and down the supply chain -- from manufacturers to distributors to service providers -- are rethinking their business strategies in order to stay flexible and differentiate to capture a share of these growing market opportunities. Manufacturers and distributors will expand their focus on developing markets in Asia and Latin America to offset slower growth in North America and Europe. This market opportunity comes with challenges related to logistics, customer support, and counterfeits.). Successful supply chain participants will have to navigate regulatory diversity and meet standards certifications, and varying product lifecycles will require distributors to maintain a range of components and date codes, including obsolete and end-of-life components.

For the fourth straight year, Avnet Inc. takes the top spot on Global Purchasing's annual Top 50 Electronics Distributors list, with sales of $26.7 billion worldwide in 2013. Nearly $11 billion of that total comes from sales to customers throughout the Americas, where the global giant sells electronic components and technology solutions to a wide range of end users. Avnet and its chief rival Arrow Electronics -- which ranks second on our list for the fourth consecutive year at $21.4 billion in sales -- are the biggest companies on our list by far, dwarfing their nearest competitor by $13 billion and $7 billion, respectively!

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