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For Accredited Investors Only


Accredited investors are individuals or entities who meet certain financial criteria set by securities regulations, and are therefore deemed to have sufficient knowledge and experience to participate in certain types of private investments that are not available to the general public. In the United States, an accredited investor must have a net worth of at least $1 million (excluding the value of their primary residence) or an annual income of at least $200,000 ($300,000 for joint income with a spouse) for the past two years and a reasonable expectation of reaching that level in the current year. Accredited investors may have access to alternative investment opportunities such as venture capital, hedge funds, private equity funds, real estate syndication, and other types of investments that may offer higher returns but also carry higher risks than traditional investments. The previous definition is not all inclusive, meaning each investor must qualify in their own securities jurisdiction. For the latest definition please check the securities legislation in your particular state and the SEC.

As an accredited investor you may qualify for special investment offerings from the company. These investment offerings are not available for the general public.


From time to time the company may offer special investment opportunities to Accredited Investors only that are not available for the general public.