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How a CEO of a Publicly Traded Company Started

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Genie Gateway [a U.S. registered company, trading on the U.S. OTC stock market under the symbol WWAGD, and filing regular reports with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)] is redefining its business to integrate Telecommunications, eCommerce, Cable TV, and High Speed Internet into a single Unified Solution.

Las Vegas, Nevada – September 14, 2015 – WWA Group, Inc. has evolved to its next stage with the closing of its recent acquisition of a new wholly-owned subsidiary- Genie Gateway, a California corporation- and by adopting its subsidiary’s name as part of its companywide rebranding process.  WWAG will now become the new Genie Gateway. 

As Genie Gateway the company has also applied with FINRA to change its OTC trading symbol as soon as possible, and will publish its new trading symbol on approval.

“We have been very busy,” said Thomas E. Skala, Genie Gateway CEO

Listen in as we get a chance to speak with him and see how he started as an entreprenuer at only 10 years old. 

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