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The Company designs, develops, manufactures and distributes ski bindings consisting of more than 25 high quality models. The models range from high performance racing models, such as the Logic CP Biometric M9.1 Turbo SC
RacingTM and other top-end models featuring the Company's patented Selective Control SystemTM, BiometricTM Programmed Upward Release and Comshock PistonTM,to the children's M9 model. Suggested retail prices in the United States of such
models range from $120 to $395.
The Company designed, distributed and marketed apparel for adults,gloves and ski and non-ski luggage. The Company's clothing line featured quality, functional and versatile performance wear for year-round sports and recreational activities available at a wide range of prices.The Company's apparel lines, gloves and luggage were sold year round to retailers mainly in the United States through Marker Ltd.'s own sales force. In October 1995, Marker Ltd. was selected by the Salt Lake Olympic Organizing Committee for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games ("SLOC") as a licensee
for the sale of winter outerwear, polar fleece, luggage and gloves with the imprint and embroidery of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. In February 1996, Marker Ltd. was selected as a licensee for sale of T-shirts, sweatshirts, golf shirts and related apparel with the imprint and embroidery of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
Effective April 1, 1999, the Company licensed Ski & Sports Recreation Company, L.L.C. to manufacture and sell apparel, luggage and gloves utilizing the Marker trademark.
Marker International MRKR NASDAQ BB will belong to Marker International GmbH a Swiss Corporation as of Monday November 1, 1999 CT Holdings will own 85% and MRKR stockholders will own 15% Everyone at Marker and most stockholders including myself appreciate Marker International GmbH two partners Tecnica S.p.A. and H.D. Cleven, the principle stockholder of Volkl AG. Financial help enabling Marker to continue to develop, market and manufacture excellent ski bindings. CT Holdings may buy the 15%, the 11.1Million shares MRKR, after two years. They will pay what an independent appraiser says it is worth. Marker?s management is forbidden to promote the stock or relist it. They will continue to post 10qs and 10k?s etc. Tecnica/Volkl may after two years List on an Exchange and start to cash out.
The purpose of this thread is to try and figure out what value MRKR is. It is not an attempt to hype the stock for a take over or jack up the price CT will have to pay in two years. It is a place to share information that hopefully will keep MRKR stock close to its true value. This will help me make some money on the cheap shares I bought when nobody was paying attention because they were making a fortune on AOL stock.
Keep in mind the company has been bought. The stock price is going to have a cap of $2 to $5 I would guess. Figure with CT holdings 85%, the company has about 75M shares for calculation purposes. The business plan calls for $80M in revenue, $3.2M in Net, $17M in shareholder equity two years from now. The next several pages have background on the company.
The Company was incorporated in 1981 under the laws of the State of
Utah. The Company's principal executive offices are located at 1070 West 2300
South, Salt Lake City, Utah 84119 and
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