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Report To The Board On

 Phase III Cellular Tower Acquisitions

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This report to the Board by the Acquisition Committee that is Chaired by Mrs. Dorothy Parker and Co-Chaired by George M. Sistrunk, is presented to notify the Board that Phase III Cellular Tower Acquisitions for the PPM (Private Placement Memorandum)  is not available at this time. Unity's Phase III Cellular Acquisition program is committed to acquiring or erecting towers all over the world.  Therefore, Unity is not limited to market and/or site availability in the United States, Europe or North America.

 

Our focus on Cellular towers  is four-fold:  First: Millions of Black people all over the world have cell phones, paying cell phone bills and we; as a people and as an ethnic group, are not earning a penny from this industry. In addition, Unity wants to erect and operate thousands of towers worldwide that will generate considerable profits to pay dividends, provide for investment income that will increase Unity's annual value and provide an income stream to fund educational programs, community development programs, scholarship programs and assist when a natural disaster strikes anywhere in the world.

 

 Secondly: Unity is the only Black owned corporation in the world that is seriously discussing acquiring or erecting Cellular Towers. Third: In 1996, Unity was; and still is prepared in 2015 and beyond,  to establish a meaningful presence in the manufacturing, research and development and actively exploring areas of this planet or on a another planet for the raw materials that make cell phones possible. Finally: Exploring for raw materials is a major component of Unity's Phase V Acquisition strategy. Therefore, the Board must review the following report to the Vice President as a continuation of this commitment to make Unity Communications, LLC operational and a reality.

Report To The Vice President

On Phase III – Cellular Tower Acquisition

 

By:    George M. Sistrunk – Adviser to the President & Vice President

For:   Vice President – Edward C. Graham

           Authorization:  May 11, 2015

           Due:  May 15, 2015

           Date Completed:  May 13, 2015

 

I.      Remember the Market Analysis in 1996

 

            1.         In 1996, as National Sales Director, George M. Sistrunk’s assessment and analysis of the cellular telephone phone industry indicated explosive growth potential. As he repeatedly stated, cell phones were going to be the wave of the future. Therefore, it was in Unity’s best interest, as a corporation owned by its shareholders and managed by its Board of Directors, to position itself in this emerging market and its supporting industries so that Unity’s shareholders could benefit financially from their explosive growth.  Unity’s President Dorothy P. Snider; now, Dorothy P. Waymer agreed with the assessment and approved a resolution to include cellular tower acquisition as Phase III in Unity’s 5-year growth and development strategy.  In 1996, the approved strategy had four (4) essential elements;

 

(a)        Invest heavily in cell phone companies that manufactured cell phones.

 

(b)       Invest heavily in companies that supplied the raw materials for cell phone manufacturing.

 

(c)        Invest heavily in companies developing and/or inventing software applications for cell phones.  And...

 

(d)       Build and own as many cellular towers as possible, in as many places as possible that included all the countries in North America, Central America, South America, Indonesia, Micronesia, North Africa, Europe and Asia.

 

            2.         Unfortunately, for Unity’s shareholders, the renegade administration of Dr. Clarence Joyner, destroyed whatever opportunity Unity had to participate and position itself in the growth and development of the cell phone industry  19 years later, it is extremely difficult to find an individual that does not have a cell phone.

 

II.      History Proves President Snider/Waymer’s

Decision Was In Unity’s Best Financial Interest

 

3.         Based on the following evidence and proof that anyone of reasonable intelligence can determine for himself or herself, President Snider/Waymer’s bold decision to position Unity as a major player in the cell phone industry in Unity’s Phase III development strategy was the correct decision and would have benefited all of us financially. Bottomline, all of us had a tremendous opportunity to become fabuously wealthy.

 

(a)   19 years later, the aggregate profits from cellular tower ownership has reached  billions of dollars.

 

(b)   19 years later, the aggregate profits from cell phone manufacturing has soared into the billions of dollars.

 

(c)   19 years later, the aggregate profits from companies supplying the raw materials for cell phone manufacturing has ballooned into billions of dollars.

 

(d)   19 years later, the aggregate profits from companies developing and/or inventing software applications for cell phones has reached hundreds of millions of dollars annually.

 

III.     The Purpose of This Report

 

4.         Since Unity and its Shareholders, General Partners, Board of Directors and Affiliates missed their opportunity to maximize profits 19 years ago, the purpose of this report to the Vice President is to answer his question: Is Unity's original Phase III - Cellular Tower Acquisition Development Strategy; with its key essential elements; still a viable development strategy for Unity reborn after the debacle of the renegade Joyner Administration? Before answering the Vice President's question, I submit; as evidence, the most recent information that is available for his review,  the President's review and the Chair and Co-Chair of the owner's committee. 90% of what you will see was not there when President Waymer approved the resolution in 1996. 

 

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           5.         Before answering the Vice President’s question, I submit as evidence, the following most recent information for the Vice President’s, the President’s, Chair's and Co-chair of the owner's committee review. Again, you must remember 90% of what you will see, was not there in 1996 when the resolution was approved. In addition, you must keep in mind, under most circumstances, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), does not require tower owners to register their towers if they are less than 200 feet in height. Therefore, there are more towers and tower owners than the pie chart indicates. In addition, the information is dated. It was current as of 2011.

 
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          6.         Finally, before answering the Vice President’s question, I submit as evidence, the following most recent information for the Vice President’s, the President’s, The Chair's and Co-chair of the owner's review. Again, you must remember 90% of what you will see, was not there in 1996 when the resolution was approved. 

 
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7.         The answer to the Vice President’s question is YES, but with a clear understanding of available markets, current cost as it relates to potential profits, the intensity of the competition and today’s market development realities that were not there in 1996.  In addition, the answer is YES, but only under the following conditions.

 

A.        The first condition is the discussion of this matter must be kept off the record, until Unity’s owner’s, its General Partners, Affiliates, Share-holders and Board Members in good standing have been assembled in a close-door meeting so that what has been learned can be revealed confidentially. This first condition was satisfied on August 3, 2015.

 

B.        The second condition is only the most qualified must go and no one else. This is Delorese Frazier who has already agreed to be an adviser to the Board relative to these matters. Since these conditions have been met, this will mean an additional 4.5 Billion Dollars ($4,500,000,000.00) or more in annual income for Unity’s owners, General Partners, Affiliates and Board Members in good standing over the next 5-10 years. Once Ms. Frazier officially joins Unity's Board as an Adviser, we can begin the process of bringing Unity Communications, LLC online. This concludes the Acquisition Committee's report relative to Phase III Acquisition as of September 4, 2015. For additional information on the current tower owners, click here.

 
By: George M. Sistrunk - 803-347-6638

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