Brunton Vineyards (BVYH), a San Francisco - based wine company today announced that it has engaged The Seven Investment Group [TSIG], an Irvine, CA venture capital firm to advise it on investment banking matters as the Company continues to grow. TSIG has agreed to assist the company in its funding efforts by orchestrating relationships with its financing partners. For several months, two such firms out of Scottsdale, AZ, Infinitus Financial and LAAMUSAMX have been working with TSIG and Brunton Vineyards in the procurement of both debt and equity based financing. TSIG will also assist BVYH in providing the right firm to sponsor and file SEC Form 15c211 (Form 211) listing application with NASD on behalf of Brunton Vineyards as it seeks to up-list to the NASDAQ.
Previously Brunton Vineyards retained Gruber & Company, an independent auditing firm, that is soon to complete its consolidated audit on both the previously publicly traded entity and the private Company and its divisions up to the end of June 2008, at which time all updated financials will be filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission and listed on Edgar.
Brunton Vineyards’ immediate goal is completion of all filings required initially for Bulletin Board recognition and soon thereafter for filing for acceptance on the NASDAQ.
About Brunton Vineyards
Brunton Vineyards (bruntonvineyards.com) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Brunton Vineyards Holdings, Inc, a public company based in San Francisco, CA. The company currently has several subsidiaries: Brunton Vineyards [with current brands – “Brunton Vineyards” and “Addison Cole”], VinoVenue, LLC and Swig, Inc. Management plans to add shareholder value by increasing distribution of its wines within the US market, increasing margins on wine sales and acquiring top tier, high quality producing vineyards and wineries and some that are considered undervalued.
About The Seven Investment Group
The Seven Investment Group is a privately-held, full service investment banking and venture capital firm with a dedicated team of professionals serving the needs of emerging growth companies. The Company delivers innovative financial solutions and advisory services including capital formation, corporate finance.
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