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Multimedia dispensers for hand sanitizer

Earn 15% per annum by investing in convertible Notes!

An Offer for Investors

The COVID-19 global pandemic

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infections around the world
every day

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infections in the US every day
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cases in the United States

How is the virus spread?

by airborne droplets (when coughing or sneezing)

by contact
(when shaking hands or touching surfaces and objects)

According to WHO data as of November 2020

«I would be prepared to do whatever it takes to save lives, because we cannot get the country moving until we control the virus»

– Joe Biden US president-elect

Multimedia dispensers are
a unique product for the
American market

AVAILABILITY OF ANTISEPTICS

Installation in high traffic and crowded areas for maximum coverage

EFFICIENCY

Disinfectant liquid destroys up to 99% of all known types of bacteria and viruses

CONVENIENCE

Hand disinfection only takes a few seconds and is completely free

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF BUSINESS

Contribution to the fight against infectious diseases in different states and in the country as a whole

«The indoor advertising market will grow globally through innovation»

– Dentsu Aegis Network

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Dentsu Aegis Network — the fifth largest communications holding in the world

Multimedia Dispenser Specifications

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

Dimensions WxDxH
18,5х19,7х72 in.
LED screen: 22 inches
Weight: 44 lbs

POWER SUPPLY

Mains voltage: 120 V
Ingress Protection Rating: IP20

SANITIZER SPECIFICATIONS

Liquid type: hand sanitizer
Tank size: 2,6 gallons
Antiseptic volume per spray: 0.5 ml

INDICATORS

Power indicator: yes
Liquid indicator in the tank: yes
Temperature range:
from + 41°F to + 104°F

In-house manufacturing of the sanitizer will reduce costs and ensure a reliable supply for dispensers nationwide

Alcohol-free
Effective
Domestic
Safe
Modern

Dispensers within arm's reach

Shopping malls
Residential complexes
Train stations and airports
Hairdressers and beauty salons
Banks
Restaurants and cafes
Gas stations
Public Transit
Supermarkets
Office buildings
Fitness clubs
Veterinary clinics

US public and private institutions

Police stations
Kindergartens
Federal and Municipal buildings
Universities and colleges
IRS Offices
Hospitals and Clinics
Schools
Libraries

Key benefits of multimedia dispensers

1.
THOUSANDS OF CONTACT POINTS

Placing video dispensers in high traffic areas will appeal to advertisers from diverse businesses

2.
ADVERTISING THAT CATCH ATTENTION

Thorough disinfecting hands for 10-15 seconds allows to grab the attention of the client

3.
WIDE COVERAGE

Thousands of Dispensers will allow advertisers to achieve maximum coverage of their target audience

4.
AFFORDABLE ADVERTISING FOR ANY BUDGET

Multimedia dispensers will be able to effectively compete in the advertising market due to a low CPM

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United States Market Entry Plan

over 0 video dispensers

to be placed by 2025

An Offer for Investors

$ 0 Minimum investment

15%

Convertible
Note

2years

Note
Maturity

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Investors will receive 15% per annum paid at the end of 2-year term

Corporation may elect to repay investors on maturity in cash or issue corporate stock to note holders at the rate of 1 share per 1 note


It is expected that share price by the end of the 2nd year may reach $2 or more

In that case, investors will benefit from capital appreciation of up to 200%


Example

Initial investment of $100,000 might be worth $200,000 or more by the end of the second year, provided corporation reaches the planned sales targets

How does an investor make money?

1
American National Media Corporation finds partners and places video dispensers in high traffic areas
2
Advertisers pay for video ad placement on dispensers and get new customers
3
American National Media Corporation is responsible for the operational management
4
The investor receives his/her share of income generated by the advertising sales
Investors will have three options
to exit the investment

Investment in notes will be repaid in cash

Investors will receive corporate stock in lieu of cash payout

Company will be sold to a strategic investor

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Investor’s benefits

1
HIGHLY PROFITABLE

15% per annum + capital appreciation of up 100%

2
LIQUIDITY

ability to sell stock after corporation goes public on NASDAQ or NYSE

3
PASSIVE INCOME

investors don’t have to take active role in corporate actions

4
LOW ENTRY THRESHOLD

starts at $10,000

5
SAFE INVESTMENT

substantial portion of the capital raised goes into hardware (dispensers)

5-year Financial Projections

2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Number of video dispenser units
40 000
60 000
75 000
90 000
110 000
Income per unit
$1 000
$1 200
$1 400
$1 600
$1 800
Total revenue
$40 000 000
$72 000 000
$105 000 000
$144 000 000
$198 000 000
Expenditure
$28 000 000
$50 400 000
$73 500 000
$100 800 000
$138 600 000
Net profit before tax
$12 000 000
$21 600 000
$31 500 000
$43 200 000
$59 400 000
Market cap (p/e 15)
$180 000 000
$324 000 000
$472 500 000
$648 000 000
$891 000 000
Price per share (fully diluted, 200 million shares)
-
$1,6
$2,4
$3,2
$4,5

Comments:
1. Income per unit per month is projected to be around $80 in the first year gradually rising to $150 over the course of 5-year period
2. Expenditure includes re-filling sanitizer liquid, technical maintenance and servicing of the dispensers, salaries & wages, offices, advertising sales, legal, audit, consulting and other fees
3. Price per share projections are provided on fully-diluted basis assuming issuance of additional 100 million shares provided notes are converted into equity at the end of the second year

5-year Financial Projections

4.9

total revenue will increase by 2025

In millions of dollars

Board of Directors

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Thomas Fueger

Chairman of the
Board of Directors

President

Mr Fueger is a prominent European banker who worked at top level executive positions in major banks including largest European Bank, Bank Austria Unicredit. Сurrently, Mr Fueger is the CEO of Fueger & Associates Management Consultants, investment management and corporate finance advisory boutique. Between 2006 and 2012 Mr Fueger was the Director and General Manager Global Equities at Unicredit Investment Bank AG

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Jean-Pierre Gerber

Member of the
Board of Directors

Vice President

For the last 25 years Mr Gerber held senior positions with major Swiss Banks, including Credit Suisse, 2nd largest bank in Switzerland, and since 2007 until 2018 Mr Gerber was Director of Banque Privee Notenstein La Roche, S.A. in Geneva, Switzerland, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Raiffeisen Bank, 3rd-largest bank in Switzerland

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Francis Paul Karam

Member of the
Board of Directors

Secretary

Francis Karam is Of Counsel to Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP and is based in the Firm’s Melville office. Frank is a trial lawyer with more than 30 years of experience. His practice focuses on complex class action litigation involving shareholders’ rights and securities fraud. Throughout his career, Frank has tried more than 100 cases to verdict. He was named in “Who’s Who” for Securities Lawyers in 2015 by Corporate Governance Magazine

Contact us for more information!

American National Media Corporation Investment Department