July 24, 2000 10:53am
Future Projects VI Corp. Acquires The Buoy Club, Inc.
Source: The Buoy Club, Inc.
by: Company Press Release
(PORT CANAVERAL, FL) -- Future Projects VI Corp. (OTC Pink Sheets:FTPQ) has acquired all the outstanding stock of The Buoy Club, Inc. Simultaneously with the transaction, the company changed its name to The Buoy Club, Inc. Beginning on Friday, July 21st, 2000 the company began trading under its new symbol BYCI.
The Buoy Club, Inc., is an upscale offshore gentlemen's club cruise ship. Ira Mihlstin was appointed as the new President of the Company.
Mr. Mihlstin said, ``Our intent is to bring the adult entertainment industry to the next level, hence paving the way for future standards by which it will be operated. We emphasize quality, excellence, and service. With quality entertainers, gourmet dining, and a multi-million dollar facility with a state-of-the-art sound system and lighting - our ships are designed to provide an upscale, first-class experience! V.I.P. rooms which are private, with full-service liquor bars, complete with a professional courteous staff and many, luxurious amenities. Our patrons are able to enjoy a beautiful coast and skyline view, dance and enjoy music performed by our live D.J. or enjoy a bottle of wonderful champagne in a quiet setting. We plan to expand from coast to coast with new and innovative ships of top-rate quality!.''
In addition, Mr. Mihlstin stated that they had retained the Investor and shareholder services of Stockbroker Relations of CO., Inc.
``Safe Harbor'' statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Any statement in this document that predicts or appears to predict future outcomes represents the Company's expectations based on current reality. The Company cautions investors that the outcome could differ significantly from such anticipatory statements, depending on the effect of normal risks and uncertainties and a range of variable market factors.
The Buoy Club, Inc., Port Canaveral
Ira Mihlstin, 321/868-4044
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