Bad Toys may broker bikes
May 5, 2004
Filed under Features
Bad Toys, Inc., a Nevada corporation involved in manufacturing and selling custom V-Twin motorcycles, has entered into the Internet brokerage business for custom motorcycles and autos through its wholly owned subsidiary, Bad Boyz Toyzz, Inc., also a Nevada corporation.
In July, 2003, the company formed Bad Boyz Toyzz in connection with the company’s purchase of assets from Chris Ledford, who operated as a sole proprietorship engaged in the Internet vehicle brokerage business. The company’s motorcycle products can be viewed at www.badtoys.net, and Bad Boyz Toyzz, Inc.’s Internet vehicle-brokerage services can be viewed at www.badboyztoyzz.com.
For further information, contact Larry N. Lunan, Bad Toys, Inc., President and Chief Executive Officer, at 423/247-9560. Or visit the company’s Web site at www.badtoys.net.
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