Alzamend Neuro™ Announces TV Icon Willie Aames as International Spokesperson
SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 09, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Alzamend Neuro™, Inc. (Alzamend™ or the “Company”) announced today Willie Aames will serve as its International Spokesperson while joining the team as Creative Advisor. The Company stated that with its recent launch of its Regulation A+ Tier II Offering online at www.AlzamendRegA.com™, it looks forward to the many contributions, inspiration and leadership that Aames will provide. With the Company’s campaign targeted to raise $50MM in new equity capital in less than a full year and able to take investment immediately, the addition of Aames is strategic and notable. On December 8, 2016, the Company was notified by the SEC that it had qualified its Form 1-A Application allowing the Company to move forward with the Offering which will leverage the key component of the Reg. A+ Tier II rules which allow for the solicitation of the general public as well as traditional investors and financial institutions.
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Although Willie Aames has starred in over 22 network series, Aames is best known worldwide for playing the iconic “Tommy Bradford” on the 1970s television series “Eight Is Enough” and Scott Baio’s heartwarming wingman “Buddy Lembeck” on the 1980s television hit series “Charles in Charge.” Aames also went on to star in 6 feature films. During the 1990s and through 2008 Aames developed his marketing skills making a name for himself as an award-winning, platinum-selling writer, producer and director. During this time, Aames successfully developed strategies, scripts and marketing plans for a myriad of companies including Fortune 500 titans Sprint, Northwest Airlines, Marion Labs and Helzberg Diamonds, a Berkshire Hathaway company. Aames also served as executive vice president of Pamplin Communications where he successfully developed several children’s shows that became “sell through product” for Sony Wonder, Walmart and Toys”R”Us distribution channels.