On July 2, 2010, AirWare International Corp., a Nevada corporation formerly known as Concrete Casting Incorporated (the “Registrant”), entered into an Agreement and Plan of Merger (the “Agreement”) with AirWare Holdings, Inc., a Nevada corporation formerly known as AirWare International Corp. (the “Target Company”). Pursuant to the Agreement, the Target Company will merge with a subsidiary of the Registrant with the Target Company being the surviving entity. Accordingly, following the merger, the Target Company will be a subsidiary of the Registrant and the business operations of the Target Company will constitute 100% of the business operations of the Registrant. Prior to the merger the Registrant will reverse split its common shares on a 0.48 for 1 basis, which will result in 3,414,048 shares of the Registrant being issued and outstanding. In the merger, the Registrant will issue 1.25 of its shares of Common Stock for each share of capital stock owned by the current shareholders of the Target Company. As a result, the Registrant will issue up to 13,929,319 shares.
In preparation for the merger, on July 1, 2010 the Registrant amended its Articles of Incorporation for the purpose of changing its name to AirWare International Corp. and its capitalization. These actions were approved by the Registrant’s board of directors, who then submitted the actions to the shareholders for approval. Both actions were approved pursuant to a majority shareholder written consent signed by the holders of 3,640,000, or 51% of the 7,112,600 pre-split common shares issued and outstanding.
The Agreement is subject to satisfactory completion of due diligence by the parties and other conditions typical in such a transaction. The merger is scheduled to close on or before July 30, 2010. The Target Company manufactures and distributes internationally an anti-snoring device known as Brez®.