Consolidated-Tomoka Land Co. (NYSE Amex:CTO) and Wintergreen Advisers, LLC are pleased to announce that they have amicably resolved their disagreement related to Wintergreen’s statutory request for production of documents. Consolidated-Tomoka Chief Executive Officer John Albright commented, “We are pleased to put this dispute behind us. On behalf of the company and its board of directors, I thank Wintergreen Advisers for its constructive role as a Consolidated-Tomoka shareholder. We have taken a number of steps to improve operation and management of the Company and its assets based on a number of suggestions and observations made by Wintergreen, such as:
David J. Winters, Chief Executive Officer of Wintergreen Advisers remarked, “Wintergreen thanks Consolidated-Tomoka’s new CEO, John Albright, its new Chairman of the Board, Jeff Fuqua, and all of its directors who have successfully steered the Company through a difficult period and helped us reach a resolution. An incredible amount of progress has been made at Consolidated-Tomoka. We look forward to Consolidated-Tomoka’s future with a renewed sense of optimism and confidence – it is our firm belief that the Company’s best days lie ahead of it. Consolidated-Tomoka has a first class team in place who we believe will make every effort to unlock the intrinsic value of the Company and create long-term value for all shareholders.”
Consolidated-Tomoka’s Chief Executive Officer, John Albright stated, “Wintergreen has provided many valuable insights to the Company, serving in a constructive role as its largest shareholder and the Directors and management wish to express to Wintergreen and all of its investors our sincere gratitude and appreciation. We look forward to delivering results for all Company shareholders.”
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