Subject: Exciting New Interview with FBCD Sets Stage for Growth in 2015

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Exciting New Interview with FBCD Sets Stage for Growth in 2015
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Company: FBC Holding Inc. (Pink Sheets: FBCD)

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A New Audio Interview With FBC Holding, Inc., CEO Frank Russo is Now at

AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 30, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -, Inc. (SCV) announced today that a new audio interview with FBC Holding, Inc. (OTC:FBCD) (the “Company”), an international product and development company, is now available. The interview can be heard at

FBC Holding CEO, Frank Russo, called into to provide the listening audience with a comprehensive overview of the FBC Holding history, the highlights on the amazing year for the Company so far here in 2014, as well as his own candid insights into the goals for the Company in 2015.

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