Beautiful stock certificate from the Jungle Street, Inc.
issued in 1990. This historic document has an
ornate border around it with a vignette of clown with jungle animals. This item has printed signatures by the Company's President and Secretary and is over 25 years old.
Company Background from SEC filing:
Jungle Street, Inc. was incorporated July 10, 1980, under the laws
of the state of Utah. In August 1980, Jungle Street, Inc. acquired
Utah real estate using the proceeds of a limited public offering
conducted in Utah. From inception, Jungle Street, Inc. suffered
losses from its real estate operations, and, in 1993, Jungle Street
sold all of its Utah real estate and became an inactive
On August 29, 1996 Jungle Street, Inc. merged with Televar
Northwest, Inc., a Washington corporation. The merger was
accomplished through Jungle Street, Inc.'s wholly owned subsidiary,
a recently formed Washington corporation with the same name. The
subsidiary was the Surviving corporation in the merger. However,
because Jungle Street's assets, liabilities and operations are
nominal, these financial statements include the activity of both
Televar Northwest, Inc. and Jungle Street, Inc., retroactively
restated to the beginning of the periods covered herein. Unless
otherwise specifically stated, the combined companies are hereafter
collectively referred to as the "Company."
The Company is in the business of providing Internet access and
long distance telephone service. The Company markets its services
primarily through a network of Value Added Resellers ("VAR") in
the geographical region of the northwestern United States. The VARS
are assigned a specific territory from which they market the
In February, 1995, the Company disposed of its telephone equipment
and servicing business. The Company has also been involved as a
wholesaler of cellular telephone access. However, the Company's
contract with its cellular telephone access provider has
terminated. Although the Company may re-enter this segment of
business, it is currently emphasizing Internet access and
long-distance telephone service.
History from Old Company Research Service.