Rockelle Corporation ( RKLC ) was founded as a Delaware Corporation in September 2003, for the purpose of developing, building, operating and selling quick service food franchises. Rockelle's initial focus will be in the greater New York City, Long Island, New York and Northern New Jersey areas. Gerard A Stephan, Founder and President of Rockelle Corporation since its inception has over thirty years of successful experience in both the quick service restaurant and commercial construction industries, throughout the greater New York area. This experience encompasses building, owning and operating Quizno's quick service restaurants. Mr.Stephan successfully negotiated with Kahala Corporation, a $450 million international food franchisor, to purchase the exclusive rights forTaco Time, one of Kahala's many franchised food concepts. Mr.Stephan now owns the exclusive area development rights for TacoTime restaurants in Suffolk and Nassau counties in Long Island, as well as the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan and Staten Island. In addition, Mr.Stephan is authorized to negotiate a re-development arrangements for any of Kahala's other franchised food concepts. It is Rockelle's intention to undertake all franchise construction inorder to take advantage of economies of scale through lower build-out costs. Rockelle Corporation's objective is to own and operate quick service restaurant franchises, in addition to developing and selling franchise locations to other operators. As a result of Mr.Stephan's experience and background in the quick service food industry, he and his staff are currently engaged in negotiations for key franchise locations in Nassau and Suffolk counties. Mr.Stephan will keep his options open for future expansion in other areas as well. Future expansion plans include LasVegas, Atlantic City and North Jersey, which are amongst the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the USA.
Rockelle Corporation ( RKLC ) entered into a Broker Agreement with Massimo Zanetti Beverage ( mzb-usa.com ) the domestic parent company of Chock full o'Nuts ( chockfullonuts.com ) which permits Rockelle to develop, operate and or sell stand alone Chock full o'Nuts coffee shops and cafes This agreement also allows Rockelle to combine any other food concepts with Chock full o'Nuts to create dual or multi branded locations featuring Chock Full o'Nuts. On July 11, 2007, Rockelle opened a walk-up Chock full o'Nuts concession stand at Madam Tussaud's Wax Museum ( nycwax.com ) on 42nd street in New York City. This location is accessible to the general public, as well as to visitors of the museum. On October 4, 2007 Rockelle announced opening its first full menu Chock full o'Nuts restaurant in New York City, allowing Rockelle to provide breakfast, lunch and dinner offerings as well as "grab and go" coffee, beverages and snack items. Located on the second floor of Madam Tussaud's Wax Museum, and featuring a dining area overlooking 42nd street, this restaurant will provide concessions, inside the museum, for the more than 700,000 visitors.
Rockelle Corporation ( RKLC ) ....... http://rockellecorp.com
162 Miller Place Road
Miller Place, NY 11764
|Market Value1 ||$2,051 ||a/o Jan 03, 2013 |
|Shares Outstanding ||20,513,530 ||a/o Nov 21, 2005 |
|Float ||Not Available |
|Authorized Shares ||Not Available |
|Par Value ||0.001 |
float.... Not Publicly Available
Olde Monmouth Stock Transfer ............ 732 872-2727
Monthly Volume Report ................... http://www.otcbb.com/asp/tradeact_mv.asp?SearchBy=issue&Issue=RKLC&SortBy=volume&Month=11-1-2012&IMAGE1.x=19&IMAGE1.y=5
SEC Filings .............................. http://tinyurl.com/4dddl2
Berman & Company, P.A. .......... http://bermancpas.com
551 NW 77th Street
Boca Raton, Fl 33487
*** Rockelle Becomes Largest Licensed Operator of Chock full o'Nuts Cafes in the United States ***
Publication Date: 02-MAY-07
MILLER PLACE, N.Y, May 2 -- Rockelle Corp. (RKLC.OB) , a developer, owner, operator and franchiser of unique quick service restaurants, cafes and food concepts, is pleased to announce that Chock full o'Nuts (CFN) has signed an agreement with Rockelle granting the licensing rights to operate a full service Chock full o'Nuts Cafe and a separate, walk-up CFN concession on one of the busiest streets in New York City -- 42nd Street. .. Each year, over 17 million people walk down this very famous street while working or visiting the NYC area. The full CFN menu will be available to the public at both cafe locations ( tinyurl.com/5du7du ) ... In addition, Rockelle will soon be granted the licensing rights to another similar Chock full o'Nuts Cafe operation in our nation's capital, Washington, DC. "With these new locations, plus the dual-branded Stewart's/CFN snack bars we have in Wal-Marts", said Rockelle CEO, Mr. Gerard Stephan, "Rockelle has become the largest single operator of Chock full o'Nuts venues in the U.S.A. " Mr. Jim LaGanke, Senior V.P. of Massimo Zanetti Beverage USA, CFN's domestic parent company, added, "We are very pleased to have Mr. Stephan's management expertise and Rockelle's operating experience for these key, lucrative locations. CFN has opened approximately 50 new locations in the U.S. in just the past 12 months and we expect to accelerate that growth throughout 2007-2008. I have confidence that Rockelle will be one of our biggest and most successful operators. "Mr. Stephan continued, "Chock full o'Nuts has exciting growth plans which we are thrilled to be part of. Aligning ourselves with a great company like this should give our shareholders confidence in our bright future."
** During the second quarter of 2007, the Company discontinued operations of its "Stewart's" Snack Bars located inside Wal-mart department stores. The decision to discontinue to operate this component was based upon the component's continued operating losses. ...... 10Q ~ 9/31/07 ...... tinyurl.com/6ofh7d
*** Rockelle To Expand Beyond Food Service industry ***
January 24, 2008 - 12:01 PM EST
MILLER PLACE, N.Y , Jan.24, 2008 / PRNewswire-FirstCall / -- Rockelle Corp ( RKLC ) currently a developer, owner, operator and franchiser of specialty quick-service restaurants, cafes and food concepts, is pleased to announce that the company is expanding beyond the food service industry. On January 23, Rockelle founder and CEO, Jerry Stephan, will embark on a trade expedition to China. 'Through relationships I've developed from the food service industry, I have been approached by several Chinese companies that are interested in doing business in the U.S., 'explained Mr.Stephan. Mr. Stephan will beaccompanied on his trip by Dr. Fei 'Phillip' Du, Ph.D., a Chinese born businessman with extensive contacts in Mainland China. Dr. Du has recently served as President of European Investment Corp.Ltd.,and Chairman and CEO of Warton International Holdings, Inc. Mr. Stephan will be meeting with vendors and suppliers interested in exporting their products to the United States. 'The purpose of this trip is to finalize our negotiations with manufactures who have agreed to supply goods for a new venture which we will be opening, ' added Mr Stephan. 'The first location under consideration is in Long Island, NY, 'said Mr.Stephan. 'We are looking at various household consumer lines such as hardware, textiles, small equipment, tools, sporting goods, shoes and clothing, just to name a few. 'Mr Stephan continued, 'We anticipate revenues reaching $6 million per store annually. ' Mr.Stephan went on to say, 'It is Rockelle's intention to open an additional two locations in 2008 / 2009.'
*** Rockelle Moves Ahead with Plans Involving China ***
Feb 28, 2008 -- Rockelle Corp ( RKLC ) currently a developer, owner and operator of quick-service restaurants, announces that the company's recently concluded trade mission to China, to explore opportunities to expand beyond the food service industry, is being hailed as an initial success. Accompanying Rockelle founder and CEO, Jerry Stephan, was Dr. Fei "Phillip" Du, Ph.D., a Chinese born businessman with extensive contacts in Mainland China. "Through contacts developed over years of doing business, "explained Mr Stephan, "Dr.Du was able to open many doors for Rockelle in China. Because Dr. Du is so well respected, we were able to hold substantive discussions with high ranking government officials as well as top management of several different manufacturing companies." "One such meeting, "continued Mr Stephan, "was with Mr .Zhaogang Quian, Deputy Commissioner of the Chong Quing Foreign Trade and Economic Relations Department. At this meeting, Rockelle was given approval to negotiate with and enter into joint ventures with Chinese companies. With that approval, we were able to meet with the principals of several companies we are not in position to name just yet." " Dr. Du has been instrumental in the initial success we have enjoyed in China thus far, " continued Mr Stephan." Dr Du remained in China to finalize negotiations on Rockelle's behalf after I returned home. He has signed contracts, which we will announce when he returns to the USA "
*** Rockelle Appoints New President ***
March 5, 2008 -- Rockelle Corp ( RKLC ) announces that the company has appointed a new President .Effective immediately, Dr. Fei Du, Ph.D., also known as Dr.Phillip DuPont, Ph.D., will assume the duties of President of Rockelle Corp. Gerard Stephan, Rockelle's founder, will continue in his capacity as CEO and Chairman of the Board. As reported in Rockelle's last press release, Dr. Du accompanied Mr Stephan on his recently concluded trade mission to China, to explore opportunities to expand the company beyond the food service industry. 'Dr. Du's assistance during our recent trip to China has been immeasurable, 'said Mr Stephan. 'Dr Du's influential business contacts and his knowledge of the country were instrumental to the success of our mission. Based on commitments Dr. Du was able to secure for Rockelle, we thought it would be in our shareholders' best interest to bring him on board in the capacity of President. 'In exchange for his appointment as Rockelle's President, Dr. Du has accepted the responsibility for procuring importing contracts totaling $5 million in gross revenue dollars in his first twelve months. This responsibility increases to $7.5 million in gross contract revenue in the second twelve months of Dr. Du's presidency. Dr. Du has also committed to provide an infusion of $200,000 cash, or cash equivalent, to Rockelle within his first twelve months. 'I am very excited about the opportunity to assist Mr Stephan in reshaping the focus of Rockelle,' stated Dr. Du. 'With my business contacts, I anticipate increased revenue coming into Rockelle.'
*** Rockelle is to Become the East Coast Distributor for HSUN Corp. ***
Thursday August 7, 11:00 am ET
MILLER PLACE, N.Y., Aug. 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Rockelle Corp. (OTC: RKLC ) is pleased to announce that HSUN has agreed to let Rockelle Corp. be the east coast distributor for their product distribution in the United States. HSUN, one of the largest Chinese manufacturers of motorcycles, scooters and ATV/UTV's that currently has distribution only on the west coast of the USA. HSUN Chairman Mr. Li Song recently visited Rockelle Corp in New York, and stated, "that this agreement will help us open a new market up for our company, as we are looking to expand into several new markets this year." Rockelle CEO Gerard A. Stephan stated, "that we are pleased that they have selected us to be their east coast distributor for the USA and look forward to undertaking the challenges this presents to us." Mr. Stephan continued, "This agreement solidifies our commitment, to pursue profitable business ventures from our associations with in China. As fuel prices rise, people are looking for cheaper means of transportation. Motorcycle registrations are up approximately 18 percent from last year. I believe the timing is right for these products. We will be able to offer a quality product at an affordable price. By aligning ourselves with such a prominent Corporation, I am confident that this will put us on a forward path."
HuanSong ( HSUN ) ~ http://hsun-motor.com
Huansong Industrial Group Co. Ltd ~. was established in 1987. By holding share and investing, it turned into a privately-owned Group in 2003, engaged in manufacturing, sales and international trade, Huansong owns 9 subsidiary companies and 6 centers including technical, business, procurement. Huansong Group located in Shiyan Industrial Park, Huayan Town, Jiulong Po District, Chongqing, China. ... It possesses nearly 1 billion assets, with an area of 13, 2000 m2 and more than 2000 employees. These years, the Group has always been developing quality Motorcycles, 3 wheel motorcycled, ATVs, (130 models) and utility gasoline machine Power Generator, Engine, Water Pump, Lawn Mover, more than 70 models. By strictly quality control conforming to the QMS, the Group gained ISO 9001: 2000 and CCC certificated. Now, it can manufacture annually 800000 motorcycles, 800000 engines and 300000 utility gasoline machines. They are selling well not only in domestic markets but also in more than 30 countries, such as US, UK, Nigeria, Vietnam, Philippine. ~
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The company Deregistered and went dark a/o June 29,2008
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1. Significantly lower operating costs and management time commitment for compliance and reporting activities. Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance is also no longer needed.
1. If the company "goes dark," but later somehow finds itself back over the 300/500 stockholder limit at a test date, it will once again be subject to SEC reporting requirements.
Securities laws and the Pink Sheets may require some level of ongoing disclosure to stockholders. Annual stockholder meetings are still required.
2. D&O insurance costs may be decreased.
2. Stockholders may bring litigation against the board of directors for, among other things, (a) breach of fiduciary duty caused by decreased liquidity and trading price resulting from "going dark," if that in fact occurs, (b) insider trading by officers and directors on the basis of material non-public information (because no periodic reports have been filed or adequate information released), or (c) repurchases by the corporation on the basis of material non-public information.
3. Personal liability of officers and directors, particularly certifying CEOs and CFOs, is reduced.
3. The absence of public exposure decreases not only the financial markets presence of the company, but can also hurt the company's business. The securities of an unlisted non‑reporting company will (a) be substantially less useful as currency for acquisitions, and (b) be significantly less attractive to employees for equity based compensation.
4. The stock will continue to trade on the Pink Sheets.
4. Trading volumes and analyst coverage will likely be significantly lower.
5. Less public scrutiny and disclosure, making it easier to keep confidential such matters as competitive business information and executive compensation.
5. The company will remain subject to anti-fraud provisions of state and federal securities laws.
The reduced governance and oversight requirements can result in an increase in conflict transactions, and even breaches of the duty of loyalty and a decreased focus on stockholders as a constituency.
6. The company will have greater freedom to explore possible extraordinary corporate transactions.
6. Stockholders may think the decision to "go dark" means that the company is in play or is trying to hide something.
7. Corporate governance requirements can be simplified. For example, it would not be necessary to have a majority of independent directors and the board of directors may be decreased in size.
7. "Going dark" will likely reduce liquidity in the trading market for the company's securities and can sometimes result in a significant decrease in trading prices.
8. Many companies which "go dark" are sold or cease doing business within a few years after "going dark."
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