DAG Media, Inc. Retains Hayden Communications, Inc. to Implement National Investor Relations Program
KEW GARDENS, N.Y., July 17 /PRNewswire/ -- DAG Media, Inc. (Nasdaq: DAGM - news), the leading print and online publisher of yellow page directories, announced today that it has retained Hayden Communications, Inc. to assist in the implementation of a national investor relations program, geared at building a heightened level of awareness of DAG Media within the professional investment and media communities.
Matthew Hayden, President of Hayden Communications, Inc., stated, ``Our firm represents small and micro-cap companies that have quality management, strong fundamentals, differentiated products and/or services, as well as the ability to take advantage of opportunities to grow their businesses. With a strong balance sheet, impressive year over year growth, and a seasoned management team, we feel that DAG Media, Inc. possesses those characteristics, which investors are looking for. We are pleased to have the opportunity to assist DAGM in the public marketplace.''
Assaf Ran, CEO of DAG Media, Inc., commented, ``We need to disseminate DAG Media's core business competencies and competitive advantages to a wider audience, as well as our strategic growth initiatives and the opportunities we see in the years ahead. After looking at several firms that we believed could articulate our message, we determined that Hayden Communications, Inc. was the best resource to help us broaden investment community sponsorship and maximize long-term shareholder value. We look forward to working with Matthew Hayden and his group to achieve this goal.''
DAG Media, Inc. is headquartered in Kew Gardens, NY, with multiple offices in the tri-state area. The Company publishes and distributes three yellow page directories in print and on the World Wide Web (http://www.newyellow.com/) to the New York City metro market.
Special Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements: A number of statements contained in this release are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 that involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in the applicable statements. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to: GPT's dependence on the paper currency validator market and its potential vulnerability to technological obsolescence; possible risks of product inventory obsolescence; potential difficulties in manufacturing operations; potential shortages of key parts and/or raw materials; potential difficulties in managing growth; dependence on a limited base of customers for a significant portion of sales; the risks that its current and future products may contain errors or defects that would be difficult and costly to detect and correct; dependence on key personnel; the possible impact of competitive products and pricing; and other risks described in more detail in GPT's Securities and Exchange Commission filings.
SOURCE: DAG Communications, Inc.