Virtual Sourcing, Inc. Receives Increase to $25 Million in Funding Engagement Package

Independence, KS, Nov. 16, 2017 — Virtual Sourcing, Inc. Receives Increase to $25 Million in Funding Engagement PackageWASHINGTON, DC–Virtual Sourcing, Inc. (OTC Pink: PGCX) has received an increase to $25 million in acquisition financing in preparation for additional acquisitions currently being reviewed. Our capital formation agreement for acquisitions and operational funding remains at $25 million bringing our current total engagement package to $50,000,000.The company is continuing in its quest to grow by acquisition and joint ventures. We are negotiating for a substantial acquisition in the fiberglass manufacturing sector and potential joint venture partners in the fiberglass manufacturing industry. Our auditors are progressing on our audits and those of the operation that has signed a letter of intent to be acquired.We are expecting to close the initial acquisition in mid-December. Our auditors are continuing to work diligently with the expectation of releasing the audit report near the end of the first week of December allowing us to close the transaction shortly thereafter. Discussions have been held on the need to increase the capital formation package. These discussions indicate that it is likely the capital formation engagement would be increased to at least sufficient funds to complete the second acquisition in Spring.  The requirement to close the second acquisition would cause the capital formation package to rise to approximately $75 million meeting our total funding needs of $100,000,000 to complete both acquisitions plus supply funding for product expansion and operations.
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Virtual Sourcing, Inc.
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Investor Relations @ 877-291-0053

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