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Alpine 4 Holdings Inc (OTCMKTS: ALPP) Powerful Run Northbound as Impossible Aerospace Corporation (IA) Gains Traction & Drone Operator Prepares for October 20 NASDAQ Listing

Alpine 4 Holdings Inc (OTCMKTS: ALPP) is heating up and heading northbound once again after the Company reported it has been approved by The Nasdaq Stock Market to list on The Nasdaq Capital Market effective at the open of the market on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, under the trading symbol ALPP. Kent Wilson, CEO, had this to say about the Nasdaq approval: “This has been a long-anticipated event, and I can state enthusiastically that we are very pleased to be joining Nasdaq.  I want to say thank you to all our hard-working employees and shareholders who helped make this day possible!” 

ALPP has seen a historic rise in recent months from pennies when we first covered the stock to recent highs over $9.49 per share; a break over and its blue skies ahead. Recently Alpine 4 acquired United States Air Force contractor, Impossible Aerospace Corporation (IA). cementing Alpine 4 as a leader in the US Drone market as the Company added two drone subsidiaries to reside in the A4 Technology portfolio. This was followed by the more recent acquisition of Vayu a builder of high-performance vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) hybrid propulsion-based, autonomous aircraft further cementing Alpine 4 in the red-hot US drone market. The stock has become a volume leader in small caps on its historic rise up the charts; on Thursday alone the stock traded $28.5 million in dollar volume with bigger days expected next week when it goes to NASDAQ. 

Alpine 4 Holdings Inc (OTCMKTS: ALPP) operating out of Phoenix, Arizona, is a publicly traded conglomerate that acquires businesses that fit into its disruptive DSF business model of Drivers, Stabilizers, and Facilitators. The Company owns 9 subsidiaries including 

  • -A4 Corporate Services, LLC;
  • -ALTIA, LLC;
  • -Quality Circuit Assembly, Inc.;
  • -Morris Sheet Metal, Corp;
  • -JTD Spiral, Inc.;
  • -Excel Construction Services, LLC;
  • -SPECTRUMebos, Inc.;
  • -Impossible Aerospace, Inc.; and
  • -Vayu (US), Inc.

In the first quarter of 2020, the Company created three additional subsidiaries to act as silo holding companies, organized by industries.  These silo subsidiaries are A4 Construction Services, Inc., A4 Manufacturing, Inc., and A4 Technologies, Inc. In the first quarter of 2021, ALPP formed additional silo subsidiaries: A4 Defense Systems, Inc.; and A4 Aerospace Corporation. All of these are Delaware corporations.  

In March 2021, ALPP announced the combination of its subsidiaries Deluxe Sheet Metal, Inc. (Deluxe) and Morris Sheet Metal Corporation (Morris) to become one of the largest sheet metal contractors in the Midwest region of the United States. Both companies are under the Morris Sheet Metal brand.  

Alpine 4 maintains its corporate office at 2525 E. Arizona Biltmore Circle, Suite C237, Phoenix, Arizona 85016. ALTIA works out of the headquarters offices.  QCA rents a location at 1709 Junction Court #380 San Jose, California 95112.  Deluxe Sheet Metal’s facilities are located at 6661 Lonewolf Dr, South Bend, Indiana 46628. Morris Sheet Metal and JTD Spiral are located at 6212 Highview Dr, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46818. Excel Construction Services’ office and fabrication space are located at 297 Wycoff Cir, Twin Falls, Idaho 83301. Impossible Aerospace’s headquarters are located at 2222 Ronald St, Santa Clara, California 95050. Vayu (US) has its headquarters at 3815 Plaza Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48108. 

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ALPPALPP’s 1st Drone acquisition was United States Air Force contractor, Impossible Aerospace Corporation (IA). As part of the acquisition 3 major institutional investors became shareholders in Alpine 4; Airbus Ventures (one of the largest aviation companies in the world), Bessemer VC (the oldest Venture Capital firm in America) and Eclipse VC. The acquisition cements Alpine 4 as a leader in the US Drone market as the Company adds two drone subsidiaries to reside in the A4 Technology portfolio.  Alpine 4 added to its Drone Holdings with the acquisition of Vayu (U.S.), Inc. Vayu builds high-performance vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) hybrid propulsion-based, autonomous aircraft. Its customers and partners range from public and private entities in Australia, Canada and sub-Saharan Africa in a variety of sectors – from critical medical supply transport to infrastructure inspection. Vayu represents Alpine 4’s second recent acquisition in the fast-growing UAV space and will serve as a vital addition to the platform capabilities of Impossible Aerospace.  

Alpine 4 Revenue growth has been significant; on August 16 ALPP reported revenues of 14.1 million for Q2 2021 up 63% over Q1. The Company is expecting continued growth forecasting $19.5 million to $21 million in Q3 2021 revenue. ALPPs consolidated gross profit dollars also grew by 425% in the quarter as well.   

Founder, President and CEO Kent B. Wilson recently stated: “From the beginning, we founded our company to be different than the rest. Alpine 4 isn’t a company tethered with myopic products or services that have limited life spans. Rather, we set out to develop the nation’s premier platform for businesses to operate in and grant everyday investors all over the world to participate in something unique.  The blended investor make-up of retail investors and institutional investors of Alpine 4 is something to be admired.  I firmly believe that the path Alpine 4 is forging will change how we as investors look at public companies, and how investors choose to participate in their joint ownership.  When I founded Alpine 4 with Ian Kantrowitz, Jeff Hail, Charlie Winters, and Shannon Rigney, I laid out a vision for a company with what I called a “generational business footprint.” That generational footprint is what we call DSF (Driver, Stabilizer, Facilitator). The DSF concept is unique as it lays out a path for our company to continuously be relevant in a fast-changing world for decades to come, if not perpetually.  

Microcapdaily first reported on Alpine 4 in February 2020 when the stock was trading sub $0.10.  we stated at the time: “Currently trading at a $9 million market valuation ALPP is fully reporting OTCQB with plans to up list to a national exchange. – “ 

 

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ALPP is heating up and heading northbound once again after the Company reported it has been approved by The Nasdaq Stock Market to list on The Nasdaq Capital Market effective at the open of the market on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, under the trading symbol ALPP. Kent Wilson, CEO, had this to say about the Nasdaq approval: “This has been a long-anticipated event, and I can state enthusiastically that we are very pleased to be joining Nasdaq.  I want to say thank you to all our hard-working employees and shareholders who helped make this day possible!”  ALPP has seen a historic rise in recent months from pennies when we first covered the stock to recent highs over $9.49 per share; a break over and its blue skies ahead. Recently Alpine 4 acquired United States Air Force contractor, Impossible Aerospace Corporation (IA). cementing Alpine 4 as a leader in the US Drone market as the Company added two drone subsidiaries to reside in the A4 Technology portfolio. This was followed by the more recent acquisition of Vayu a builder of high-performance vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) hybrid propulsion-based, autonomous aircraft further cementing Alpine 4 in the red-hot US drone market. The stock has become a volume leader in small caps on its historic rise up the charts; on Thursday alone the stock traded $28.5 million in dollar volume with bigger days expected next week when it goes to NASDAQ. Microcapdaily first reported on Alpine 4 in February 2020 when the stock was trading sub $0.10. We will be updating on ALPP when more details emerge so make sure you are subscribed to Microcapdaily so you know what’s going on with ALPP.

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Disclosure: we hold no position in ALPP either long or short and we have not been compensated for this article.

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