GEAR International Sets All Time Trading Volume High Today; Management Supports Shareholders With Additional Share Reductions
PHOENIX, ARIZONA--(Marketwire - May 21, 2012) - GEAR International, Inc. (PINKSHEETS:GEAR) announces that over 30,000,000 shares of GEAR common stock traded today amidst intense short selling by market makers.
The surge in Intraday trading volume over the last 2 trading days is in alignment with GEAR management's objectives.
GEAR management is demonstrating support for shareholders by cancelling an additional 15,000,000 shares of class A common stock. Last week, GEAR reduced common authorized shares to 600,000,000 from over 2.9 billion while reducing preferred B authorized shares to 600,000 shares and eradicating all class C shares. Today's cancellation brought the total issued and outstanding shares down to 133 million shares.
GEAR President Dale Geck affirms: "GEAR management is thrilled to receive support from new shareholders. Today, investment banks and private equity groups in New York have expressed strong interest in GEAR as a potential leader in resource development. As demonstrated by today's stock cancellation, management is committed to achieving a share price that is consistent with the company's fundamental activities and profile."
About GEAR International, Inc.:
GEAR International, Inc. was originally incorporated in 1996. The company's strategically focused on gold and silver mining, providing financing for gold and silver mining projects, and precious metals processing and refining.
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