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speckulater   Thursday, 07/29/10 11:33:57 AM
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Top 10 Reasons To Invest In TDGI

(By thommygun88 and speckulater)

Revised 7/29/10 - (The change was the addition of Reason # 1)


1.) Target Development Group Has a New Distribution Pact With 20th Century Fox:
"Twelve" Will Benefit From Distribution Pact With 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will distribute the title on DVD, Blu-ray Disc, Video-On-Demand and other non-theatrical media in early 2011.

From the Hannover House Facebook Page:
"Hannover House is pleased to announce our new distribution relationship with 20th Century Fox Studios, commencing with "TWELVE." This venture represents a tremendous new growth opportunity for Hannover House. Stay tuned!"

2.) Assets worth over $21 million:
As of September 30, 2009, the unaudited and unreviewed balance sheet for TDGI listed total assets of $21,112,938, including a library valuation of $16,015,670 (the value of the Hannover library does not include recently acquired titles and other libraries added since Dec. 1, 2009).

3.) Exponential 2010 Growth:

Projecting 2010 Revenue of $22-$39 million with earnings of $3.75-$8.55 million dollars.

4.) New Projects Pipeline:

VI-a). Base Business Forecasts for 2010 – Based upon the Company’s current release slate of 30 video releases, 4 theatrical titles (now 6) and 5 books in 2010: (Page 6)

The 6 Releases to Theaters Include:
a) "Racing Dreams": Award-winning documentary from academy Award-nominated documentary filmmaker Marshall Curry.
b) "Twelve": Joel Schumacher's teen thriller starring Chase Crawford, Emma Roberts, 50 Cent and Kiefer Sutherland.
c) "The Wild Hunt": Award-winning action/adventure
d) "Happythankyoumoreplease": 2010 Sundance Film Festival Audience Award winning debut from writer-director-actor Josh Radnor ("How I Met Your Mother") starring Josh Radnor, Malin Akerman and many more.
e) Plus 2 Unannounced Major Titles for the fall of 2010

5.) Experienced, Competent, Share-Holder Friendly CEO:
Eric Parkinson Former NASDAQ CEO of Hemdale Communications, Inc. where he managed to achieve more than $150-million in revenues through the release of 90 feature films. Including "The Terminator" and Oscar Winner "Platoon".

6.) In process of Financial & Library Audits with Hogan Taylor, LLP: To become SEC Compliant and Uplist to a higher stock exchange (Questions 5,6,7)

7.) Low share structure:

A/S 700,000,000 (recently reduced from 10 billion that was inherited from the reverse merger)
O/S 461,206,692
Float: 269,600,578
Restricted: 191,606,114

8.) No Dilution Policy:
Share Structure unchanged since TDGI formed in December 2009.
ITEM “C” – Limitation on Future Stock Issuances – The Board held a discussion and unanimously agreed to not pursue new financing for the company that would require an issuance of additional common or preferred shares.

9.) Established Distribution Footprint:

Nationwide Key Retailers carrying Hannover House products include thousands of independently owned and operated retail video stores and book stores, including Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, Blockbuster Video, Borders Group, Circuit City, Fred Meyer Group, Hastings, Hollywood Video, Movie Gallery, SAM’S Club, Transworld Group and Wal-Mart as well as all major Internet retailers.

10.) Lucrative Business With Opportunities For Growth:
"We're looking for a film we can hang our hat on," Parkinson said. He points to Summit Entertainment as an example of a company that went through an instant transformation. The company had annual revenues of $8 million, he said, and then it acquired the rights to Stephanie Meyer's Twilight series. When "Twilight" came out, their revenue grew to $400 million, Parkinson said. The second film in the series, "Twilight Saga: New Moon" was released in November and grossed almost $700 million worldwide. Summit will release the third film, "Eclipse," in June. "We're in the same business," Parkinson said. "If we can acquire a franchise like that, we can transform our company from $10 million annual business to a $500 to $600 million annual business."



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