Nov. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- (OTC Markets: FBCD) FBC Holding, Inc. has requested an additional extension for the filing of its Form 10-K. Our CEO,
Frank Russo, has his office in
New Jersey and only had his power restored over the last weekend after 14 days. The Company also has financial advisors in
New York City and coastal
Connecticut who were also affected. The Company remains fully confident that it will file its 10-K on or prior to the
November 21 deadline.
FBC will also be issuing an update to its shareholders around the time of this filing and will provide further details of its current business plan. Including when we expect the first shipment of FBC Flowboards to be available for sale.
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