Holiday Island Holdings, Inc. Announces Real Estate Acquisition & Development Plans and Progress

Holiday Island, Arkansas – (Uptick Newswire – February 9, 2017) – Holiday Island Holdings, Inc.  (OTCPink: HIHI), a development stage company operating in the land development sector of the market, announced today that it is continuing and ramping up its plans to acquire, further develop, manage, and resale income producing real estate at Holiday Island, Arkansas.

The Company has the opportunity to acquire, further develop, commercial and residential real estate located at Holiday Island, Arkansas.  It expects to purchase certain properties at a discount to market value and ultimately dispose at market premium prices.

This includes access to approximately 15 buildings in the Holiday Island Shopping Center, the newest and largest shopping center in the area currently producing around $ 600,000 annual gross rental income, 30 + lots in the Bluffs, and exclusive residential community, 38 acres of  parcels, strategically located for a variety of commercial and residential uses, located on the “Island” proper, and over 1,200 fully developed infrastructure building sites, all within Holiday Island.

Acquisitions are planned to start in the 1st quarter of 2017, starting with high occupancy, high return shopping center rental properties, and continue through the end of this year and into 2018.

Gene Thompson, CEO of Holiday Island Holdings, states, “Acquisition pace and further development density are in direct proportion to the funds we expect to raise.  I expect this project will be fully funded and extend over for next 5 + years .  The Company’s main goals for 2017 are to finalize a multi-million dollar fund raise and become a significant player in local commercial and residential markets at Holiday Island, Arkansas.”

Holiday Island Holdings, Inc. will keep both its shareholders and public completely informed of the entire process as the details continue to develop.  Be sure to watch for regular press releases about the Company’s progress.  For additional information, please visit the Company’s website at

About Holiday Island Holdings, Inc. (OTCPink: HIHI):

Holiday Island Holdings, Inc. is operating its core business in land development in a continued effort to acquire and further develop income producing commercial and residential real estate located in Holiday Island, Arkansas. The company is in the process of further developing a town poised to become the largest community between Northwest Arkansas Metroplex and Branson, Missouri, and prosper in its participation in the local retail, commercial, and residential markets.

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HIHI Contact:

Gene Thompson, CEO & Chairman

Phone: (479) 244-6047



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