NEW YORK, June 21 /PRNewswire/ -- World Wide Relics, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: WRLC) ("WWR"), announced today that its majority ownership has been acquired by China PharmaHub Corp. ("PharmaHub"). PharmaHub is a global pharmaceutical HUB specializing in the identification, development and marketing of pharmaceutical and healthcare products.
In conjunction with the purchase, Mr. John Amand and Mr. E. Todd Owens have resigned as officers and directors of the board. Mr. Richard Lui and Ms. Monica Ding have been appointed to the board of directors and Mr. Lui will assume the role of Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of WWR effective immediately.
About World Wide Relics:
World Wide Relics, Inc. produces and markets historical costumes and reenactment clothing lines. The company sells its products to the enthusiasts and collectors on e-stores, such as Ebay.com. World Wide Relics, Inc. was founded in 2005 and is based in New York, New York. As of January 17, 2007, World Wide Relics, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Electric Car Company, Inc.
China PharmaHub Corp. is engaged in the business of licensing, development and commercialization of pharmaceutical and healthcare products and technologies between Chinese pharmaceutical companies and other pharmaceutical companies located worldwide with initial emphasis in the United States and Europe (with a goal of eventually becoming a global pharmaceutical "HUB"). PharmaHub brings a unique wealth of resources to assist scientists and companies in bringing their ideas to reality. PharmaHub's corporate headquarters are located in California, with offices in Boston and China.
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SOURCE China PharmaHub Corp.