Why was the hwin stock or NJ deli stock delisted?

Why was the hwin stock or NJ deli stock delisted?

The $100 million company that owns a New Jersey deli was delisted from an over-the-counter market platform because of public disclosure “irregularities.” OTC Markets officials would not say whether they have contacted the Securities and Exchange Commission about their concerns with Hometown International.22 Apr 2021

What is HWIN stock?

Previous Close 12.45 -------------- ------------ 52 Week Range 9.01 - 15.75 Volume 11 Avg. Volume 188

What is the purpose of hometown International Inc?

Hometown International Inc is a United States-based company. It operates a delicatessen store that features home-style sandwiches and other entrees. It provides sandwiches, soups, salads, deli meats/cheeses, hot/cold drinks, fresh bread/rolls, and small retail items for cooking, baking, and home use.

Who owns HWIN?

Name Title Exercised ----------------------- ------------------------------------------ --------- Mr. Peter Lee Coker Jr. Chairman, CEO, CFO, Pres, Sec. & Treasurer N/A

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