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El grupo liderado por Richard L. Scott Investments LLC adquiere intereses en Quepasa Corporation

El grupo liderado por Richard L. Scott Investments LLC adquiere intereses en Quepasa Corporation

PHOENIX, March 22 /PRNewswire/ --

Quepasa Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: QPSA) ha anunciado hoy un acuerdo con un grupo de inversión liderado por Richard L. Scott Investments, LLC, una compañía de inversión privada con sede en Nápoles, Florida.

Por este acuerdo, Richard L. Scott Investments LLC adquirió tres garantías. Cada garantía es ejercitable para 1.000.000 acciones del capital suscrito de Quepasa. La primera garantía tiene un precio de 2,87 dólares estadounidenses y puede ejercitarse en cualquier momento dentro de un período de 120 días. La segunda y tercera garantías no son ejercitables a menos que la primera se ejercite en su totalidad. La segunda garantía tiene un precio de ejercicio de 4,00 dólares por acción y puede ejercitarse en cualquier momento antes de marzo de 2016. La tercera garantía tiene un precio de ejercicio de 7,00 dólares por acción y puede ejercitarse en cualquier momento antes de marzo de 2016. Tras el ejercicio de la primera garantía de la serie, Quepasa ha acordado elegir un director nombrado por Scott.

"Las familias hispanas y latinas tienen una presencia cada vez mayor en EE.UU.; Quepasa ha estado desarrollando contenido importante a la comunidad hispana durante más de siete años. Quepasa estaría en una buena posición para construir una compañía viable si continúa innovando y proporcionando valor a las comunidades hispanas y latinas", afirmó Richard Scott.

"Dado que la demografía Latina sigue desplegando un sofisticado comportamiento online cada vez un mayor , los comercializadores adeptos se están dando cuenta del valor de diversificar su cartera en el segmento cultural americano de rápido crecimiento: el mercado hispano", dijo Jeffrey Peterson, fundador y responsable técnico de Quepasa. "Quepasa está atravesando un buen momento como compañía que se ocupa de todo el potencial de su oportunidad", añadió.

Acerca de Richard L. Scott Investments, LLC

Richard Scott es actualmente presidente y consejero delegado de Richard L. Scott Investments, LLC, una compañía de inversión privada que se centra en inversiones en salud y tecnología. Scott fue el fundador, presidente y consejero delegado de HCA, Inc., antiguamente llamada Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corporation.

Richard L. Scott fue reconocido por TIME Magazine como una de las 25 personas más influyentes de América. En 1995, fue nombrado consejero delegado del año por la revista Financial World magazine y fue citado como uno de los mejores 25 agentes de 1995 por U.S. News y World Report magazine. Natural de Kansas City, Missouri, Scott posee titulación en administración empresarial por la Universidad de Missouri y una titulación en derecho por la Southern Methodist University.

Acerca de Quepasa Corporation

Con sede en Phoenix, Arizona, Quepasa Corporation es un proveedor líder de productos y servicios online de usuarios hispanos y latinos a través de EE.UU. y determinadas zonas de Latinoamérica. Quepasa mantiene operaciones en EE.UU. y México.

Para más información, visite http://www.quepasa.com/

Quepasa.com, Quepasa, y el logo de Quepasa.com son marcas comerciales registradas de Quepasa.com Inc. y/o sus filiales en Estados Unidos y otros países.

CONTACTO: Charles Mathews de Quepasa Corporation, +1-602-716-0100, ext. 258

Página web: http://www.quepasa.com


Charles Mathews de Quepasa Corporation, +1-602-716-0100, ext. 258

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