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IPII - Imperial Industries
An SI Board Since November 2005
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Emcee:  caly Type:  Moderated
Company Description: Imperial Industries, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the manufacture and distribution of building materials to building materials dealers and others located primarily in Florida, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama, and to a lesser extent, other states in the southeastern part of the United States, as well as foreign countries. The company’s subsidiaries, Premix-Marbletite Manufacturing Co. and Acrocrete, Inc., manufactures and distributes stucco, plaster, roof tile mortar, and swimming pool finishes to building materials dealers, contractors, and others. These products are used in the construction or renovation of residential, multifamily and commercial buildings, and swimming pools. Just-Rite Supply, Inc., another subsidiary, distributes the company’s manufactured products, as well as gypsum, roofing, insulation, and masonry products manufactured by other companies. It offers its products through distributors and company-owned distribution facilities. Imperial Industries was founded in 1937 and is based in Pompano Beach, Florida.

Website: imperialindustries.com

Shares outstanding: 2,452,826 as of August 1, 2005

Reverse Spilt Info: The company did a 1 for 4 reverse split after the close on March 18, 2005 to get the share price high enough for a NASDAQ listing. The stock closed at 1.65/6.60 (pre-split/split) that day. The following Monday after the split it closed at 6.40. IPII began trading as a NASDAQ Small Cap Market stock on May 2,2005 and closed at 8.50 that day.
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18insider buy!fallfromgrace-12/6/2007
17holding nowletsmakerealcash-5/2/2007
16Home Solutions Is Rebuilding After A Storm Home Solutions of America (HSOA ) (hearingthings-4/20/2007
15not to gloat but when i last posted it was at 7.50 not to bad huh...see you guyshearingthings-4/10/2007
14'Very active' hurricane season predicted By DAN ELLIOTT, Associated Prescaly-4/3/2007
13in response to a bldr board on yahoo for a takeover of ipii not a bad idea 1.5thearingthings-4/2/2007
12IPII getting play on the Hurricane thread on iHub. investorshub.comcaly-3/22/2007
11why is the stock falling nowletsmakerealcash-12/10/2006
10I wouldn't be upset if you made another killing.caly-9/4/2006
9I just bought some at 13.74. Last time I bought was at 14.96 and sold in mid 2labob1998-9/1/2006
8Hey, I still own this! : )caly-4/12/2006
7Thanks caly, Seems like some great fundamentals here (despite the lack of liquiKaiserSosze-12/26/2005
6I've seen the float given as... under 2 million 1.9 million 1.6 million Whcaly-12/26/2005
5Anyone know exactly what the float is? I know they have about 2.5M shares outstKaiserSosze-12/26/2005
4Your guess is as good as mine at this point. With the extremely low float, it fcaly-11/11/2005
3is it a buy?groundone1-11/11/2005
2Form 8-K/A for IMPERIAL INDUSTRIES INC ---------------------------------------caly-11/4/2005
1Imperial Industries, Inc. Announces Preliminary Hurricane Wilma Damage Assessmencaly-11/3/2005
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