Garmatex Technologies, Inc. announces binding agreement with Oaxaca Resources Corp.

Posted by | April 19, 2016

GARMATEX TECHNOLOGIES, INC. HAS SIGNED AN ARRANGEMENT AGREEMENT TO COMPLETE AN RTO OF A PUBLIC COMPANY

Garmatex Technologies, Inc. announces binding agreement with Oaxaca Resources Corp.

Surrey, British Columbia; April 18, 2016; Garmatex Technologies, Inc. (“Garmatex” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has signed a binding and definitive arrangement agreement (the “Arrangement Agreement”) with Oaxaca Resources Corp. (“Oaxaca”), a company listed and posted for trading on the OTC Pink operated by the OTC Markets Group Inc. under the stock symbol “OXCR.” Pending satisfaction of the closing conditions and the court and securityholder approvals, Garmatex will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Oaxaca and the securityholders of Garmatex will become securityholders of Oaxaca.

This transaction is commonly referred to as a reverse take-over (“RTO”) and effectively, upon closing, Garmatex shareholders will hold the majority of the post-closing outstanding shares of Oaxaca, not including the shares to be issued by Oaxaca as part of the concurrent Oaxaca financing. Upon closing of the Arrangement Agreement, Garmatex shareholders will receive one share in Oaxaca for each post-share consolidation Garmatex share (share consolidation will be on a one new share for five old shares basis). The shares of Oaxaca received by the Garmatex shareholders will be “restricted securities” as defined under Rule 144(a)(3) and will be subject to a 12-month hold period from the date that Oaxaca files “Form 10 information” with the SEC and Oaxaca is compliant with its reporting obligations with the SEC. The purposes of the Garmatex share consolidation are to assist with increasing the initial trading price of the stock and increasing the liquidity of Oaxaca’s stock.

Pending certain approvals, it is expected that Oaxaca will change its name to “Garmatex Technologies, Inc.” or such other company name as Garmatex may determine prior to the closing of the Arrangement Agreement, as well as change its stock symbol to more closely represent the new name going forward.

Assuming the closing conditions and the court and securityholder approvals are satisfied, Garmatex anticipates completing the RTO within the next 3 to 6 months.

Darren Berezowski, President and CEO of Garmatex states, “With the announcement of a binding agreement with Oaxaca, we are very pleased to reach an objective of being a public company with the advantages related to such as well as providing our shareholders with liquidity. We believe with the completion of the RTO will now better position us and make us more attractive for raising capital for our business over the course of the next 24 months as we work diligently to significantly surpass a cash flow breakeven point.”

Garmatex will continue in the coming weeks and months to update its shareholders with information about the RTO, progress with the concurrent Oaxaca financing, and updates with respect to Garamtex’s business plan going forward.

About Garmatex Technologies, Inc.
Garmatex is a revolutionary and disruptive fabric technology company. Our primary strategy is to deploy our intelligent performance fabrics as a premium ingredient brand, just as Gore-Tex® has done within the same market, or akin to Intel® in the computer space. Garmatex’s fabrics offer superior user performance relative to current market “standards” and have wide applications in multiple clothing and textile categories including sporting apparel, medical, sleepwear, linens, undergarments, military, designer wear, protective, industrial, safety and concealment.

Contact Garmatex Technologies, Inc. at:
Suite 101, 2455 – 192nd Street, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, V3Z 3X1
Alex McAulay CPA, CA, Chief Financial Officer
[email protected]
Cell: 604-365-0425

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