SOURCE: TeleFix Communications Holdings, Inc.
DALLAS, TX--(Marketwire - May 11, 2012) - TeleFix Communications Holdings, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: TLFX) is pleased to announce the closing of a Stock Purchase Agreement via Reverse Merger, which has been executed with Sierra Desert Holdings, Inc. (formerly BRZM). This acquisition will give the company a reorganized business model providing turn-key Telecommunications Services, serving the Wireless Infrastructure Development market, projected at $80 billion and growing, in the next two years. TeleFix will acquire considerable national and global market share in both private and public sectors in 4G deployments, DAS Networks, Public Safety Communications, and Broadband Infrastructure.
This investment, a milestone, will ensure and significantly boost TeleFix's financial ability to execute and leverage the rapid increase in demand for their vast technical expertise. Launched in 2010, the company has established several Tier 1 vendor relationships as a diverse supplier, including two of the largest corporations since its inception. The goal is to build their competitive edge, become a recognized industry leader, and partner with equipment manufacturers and carriers to optimize their networks, the ultimate goal always being, "The Satisfied End User."
Mezaun Norman, CEO and Founder, stated: "We believe that TeleFix has a strong future. Our objective is to invest in the development of our business and to expand through organic growth and acquisitions. We recognize that the diverse supplier chain has become as fundamental to the future of the wireless industry as wireless is to the world."
About TeleFix Communications Holdings, Inc.
TeleFix Communications, Inc. is a certified women business enterprise in the business of planning, designing, building, installing, and maintaining the networks for wireless communications.
To learn more please visit our website www.telefixcommunications.com.
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