NAPLES, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Naples Soap Company, Inc (OTCQB: NASO), a health and wellness brand that offers high-quality skin and hair care products throughout the United States, today announced that Founder and CEO, Deanna Wallin, purchased 1,666,667 shares of common stock at $0.03 per share for an aggregate amount of $50,000.
“Last week, Naples Soap Company stock was officially uplisted to the OTCQB® Venture Market operated by the OTC Markets Group Inc. The uplisting was a significant step forward in the growth of our Company. To show our investors my continued commitment and confidence in the Company’s future, I made this purchase,” stated Deanna Wallin, Founder & CEO of Naples Soap Company.
Naples Soap Company has gone through a significant expansion in the second half of 2023. The Company jumped from nine locations to 13 and expanded its geographic presence in Florida. “We’re heading into what has traditionally been our busiest time of year. Thus far, it appears that consumers are shopping early this holiday. We’re prepared for the fourth quarter rush with at least 40 new Naples Soap Company core products, our largest collection of accessory products and our most expansive assortment of gift sets in our company history,” Wallin added.
About Naples Soap Company
Founded in 2009 by Deanna Wallin, Naples Soap Company is a supplier of more than 400 bath, body and personal care products. Products are sold at the Company’s 13 retail locations in Florida. Naples Soap Company products are sold online from the Company’s website at www.naplessoap.com, through other DTC (direct-to-consumer) channels such as Amazon.com and in more than 300 boutiques, spas and stores throughout the United States via the Company’s wholesale division. For more information about investing with Naples Soap Company, visit www.ir.naplessoap.com.
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