CLEARWATER, FL--(Marketwired - Apr 9, 2014) - RAMOIL MANAGEMENT, Ltd (OTC Pink: RAMO) (PINKSHEETS: RAMO), announces that it has terminated the acquisition of Terlyn Technologies, Inc.
In connection with the termination of the acquisition, Lynn Rushmore and Terence Rushmore have resigned from their positions as officers and directors and have returned the stock they received in the acquisition to its original owner. Also, Lynn Rushmore has cancelled his convertible promissory note due from the Company and James D. Schivley has cancelled his consulting agreement and resigned as a director.
Finally, Michael J. Goeree has been reinstated as Ramoil Management's Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Mr. Goeree stated: "I believe the Terlyn Technologies business will be treated as discontinued operations, as we take the Company's business in a new direction. We intend to implement a new business model over the next 30 days. During this period, all restructuring scenarios will be considered, if deemed necessary."
About Ramoil Management, Ltd.
Ramoil Management, Ltd. (RAMO) is a development stage company. The company has identified a new business direction and will be announcing this in the near future.
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