Fashion House declares temporary change in ticker symbol
30 Nov '05
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Fashion House Inc, a growing women's shoe company announced that the Company's ticker symbol has been changed to FHHIE, denoting untimely filing of certain reports required by the OTC Bulletin Board to be filed with the SEC.
The Company believes the "E" was added as a result of the Company's failure to timely file a Form 10-QSB for the Company's third quarter results as of September 30, 2005.
The filing delay was due, in part, to changes to the Company's independent auditors, which were announced on September 27, 2005 and November 16, 2005.
Because of the recent hiring of the Company's current auditor on November 14, 2005, there was not adequate time for the auditor to review and complete its routine procedures to meet the Company's Form 10-QSB filing deadline.
The Company expects the Form 10-QSB to be filed by December 15, 2005, and once the filing occurs the Company expects the 'E' will be removed from its symbol.
In Los Angeles, The Fashion House, a design, manufacturer, and licensee for women's designer footwear include the Richard Tyler Couture, Tyler.
Richard Tyler and Nicole Miller New York shoe lines. The in demand styles from couture and tailored to trend-setting and irreverent are available at upscale retailers Nordstrom's, Macy's and other fine stores.