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HOUSTON, Jan. 24, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- One World Holdings (OTCBB:OWOO), parent company to The One World Doll Project, Inc. announced today that it has completed the process of taking the company public and that FINRA has designated its stock symbol as "OWOO." Prior to getting its stock symbol, the Company had filed a Registration Statement with the SEC which had gone effective on December 19, 2012.
"We are excited about becoming a public company because this represents a major milestone in setting the stage for One World to be a real competitor in the doll and toy arena. This move will also provide liquidity for our shareholders and facilitate future capital formation and growth," stated Joanne Melton, CEO. "As a public company we expect to make big steps forward in 2013 as we introduce The Prettie Girls! OWP, our unique multi-cultural doll line, to a market that we believe has been waiting for high quality dolls to represent true racial and ethnic diversity," she added.
About The One World Doll Project
In her 15 years at Mattel™, Stacey McBride-Irby designed and created countless fashions and concepts for the iconic Barbie® line. Most notably, Stacey created an entire new line for the company, the So In Style™ dolls, the first African-American Barbie dolls by Mattel which, according to Stacey, "more closely represented contemporary girls and young women in the diverse and dynamic urban community". Now she is using her love of doll making and design to create dolls with The One World Doll Project, Inc.
The One World Doll Project has developed an exciting line of multi-cultural and fashion dolls that it expects will have a major impact in the months ahead. The Prettie Girls! OWP doll line is unique in the way they look, their backgrounds and their stories that capture the essence of what every little girl can embrace and relate to. The Prettie Girls! Ms. McBride-Irby, along with the One World Doll Project, believes that little girls and their mothers are looking for images of beauty and fashion that mirror the same colors, shapes and physical characteristics that they themselves possess.