SOURCE: OSL Holdings Inc.
ORANGEBURG, NY--(Marketwired - Dec 23, 2013) - OSL Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: OSLH) ("OSL" or the "Company") (http://www.oslholdings.com/), a developer of technology platforms and the Equality Rewards' rewards platform that enable real-time sales and trend information exchange between brands and retailers, today released a statement condemning comments made by Phil Robertson, patriarch of the family behind A&E's highly rated reality series, "Duck Dynasty." In the January issue of GQ, Robertson said homosexuality is a sin and puts it in the same category as bestiality and promiscuity.
Bob Rothenberg, OSL Holdings' CEO, said, "While we at OSL Holdings and Equality Rewards ardently support free speech, we feel statements like those made by Phil Robertson in his interview with GQ contribute to a climate of intolerance and hate. Phil Robertson is on the wrong side of history." Steve Gormley, President of Equality Rewards, said, "LGBT civil rights are human rights. We at Equality Rewards condemn all forms of hate speech directed at gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender and equality minded Americans."
About OSL Holdings
OSL Holdings Inc. develops or acquires business units with the purpose of collecting and transmitting real-time consumer and business sales data to facilitate the sale of data, manage electronic marketplaces, operate real-time loyalty rewards and transact with buyers in multiple channels. OSL intends to facilitate developing electronic marketplaces with real-time buy-side and sell-side capabilities for multiple private & public markets. It intends to operate a real-time loyalty rewards platform that can facilitate the earning and redemption of our rewards currency at the point of the transaction (online, mobile, at retail) as well as on future transactions. The Company plans to leverage these business units to connect buyers, sellers and channels that will clearly differentiate it from the competitive landscape so that each venture can scale revenues and their respective offerings to their specific market(s) or across markets.
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