NASHVILLE, TN--(Marketwire - October 15, 2012) - DHS Holding Co. (
After reaching a strategic conclusion, President Charlie Barrett announced today that the company has reevaluated its position with SalesKing. Mr. Barrett stated, "We've rethought our position and are remodeling the SalesKing website, and we feel confident it will add greater value and revenue to DHS Holding, Co."
Mr. Barrett went on to say, "Because we believe we will derive a strong revenue stream from SalesKing, we are proud to welcome Brandon Murphy as part of the DHS team. Mr. Murphy's background and experience in sales brings a wealth of talent to our company. We are fortunate to have him as part of the DHS family."
Brandon Murphy will be the president of SalesKing. He will report directly to Mr. Barrett and his responsibilities will include building a nationwide sales team.
Mr. Barrett briefly stated, "Look for some exciting news to be coming forth on our wholly-owned subsidiary, DHS Belize."
About the company
The primary focus of DHS Holding Co. is directed to pursue mergers and acquisitions of companies with potential for growth and success. DHS is aggressively moving to develop and expand on both domestic and international opportunities that include building a hotel and casino in Belize and launching an online casino through DHS Belize, LTD, a wholly-owned subsidiary of DHS Holding, Co.
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