CirTran presenting corporate overview at conference for undervalued equities
Mar 08, 2006
CirTran Corp. (OTCBB: CIRT) will present a corporate overview today at Friedland Capital Undervalued Equities 2006 Conference in Boca Raton, Fla.
"CirTran will tell a story of turnaround and growth at this important event... how we survived and recovered from a worldwide downturn in IT manufacturing and how we identified and successfully entered new businesses and geographic markets," said Iehab J. Hawatmeh, the company's founder and president.
Speaking to institutional investors, brokers and other members of the financial community, Hawatmeh will detail CirTran's business plan, which has helped achieve six consecutive quarters of fiscal growth, and helped the company to what it believes will be its first-ever annual profit for fiscal 2005.
Held annually in Boca Raton and New York City, Undervalued Equities is produced by Friedland Investment Events LLC (www.friedlandevents.com), the world's largest sponsor of financial and investment events, and is billed as "the premier national event for undervalued and undiscovered publicly traded companies interested in obtaining sponsorship and interest in their company's stock from Wall Street and the financial community."
Hawatmeh said, "CirTran is actively identifying other conferences and symposiums where our story of growth and expansion can be presented to the financial community."