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Holiday Island Holdings Is in Talks With M & A Candidates





Holiday Island Holdings, Inc.  (OTCPink: HIHI) - a development stage company operating in the land development sector of the market - released the news today that it is in talks with a couple of Merger & Acquisition Candidates.

The Company is currently in talks with two different privately held companies about rolling them under HIHI. One company is a resort management operation and the other company is in recreational land development.

Gene Thompson - CEO and Chief Strategist of Holiday Island Holdings said, "These discussions are the latest improvement, and we accept the two discourses have immense potential for HIHI as they are in a similar industry, and a fruitful merger would quickly put noteworthy pay creating resources on the books."

The Company’s main goals for 2019 are to finalize a multi-million dollar fundraiser and become a significant player in local commercial and residential markets at Holiday Island, Arkansas.

Holiday Island Holdings, Inc. will keep both its shareholders and public completely informed of the entire process as the details continue to develop. Please watch for regular press releases about the Company’s progress. For additional information,

Please visit the Company’s website at www.holidayislandholdings.com

About Holiday Island Holdings, Inc. (OTCPink: HIHI):

Holiday Island Holdings, Inc. is operating its core business in land development in a continued effort to acquire and further develop income-producing commercial and residential real estate located in Holiday Island, Arkansas. The company is in the process of further developing a town poised to become the largest community between Northwest Arkansas Metroplex and Branson, Missouri, and prosper in its participation in the local retail, commercial, and residential markets.

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