DOVER, DE - (NewMediaWire) - November 17, 2015 - Rocky Mountain Ayre, Inc., a holding company (
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About Rocky Mountain, Inc.
Rocky Mountain Ayre, Inc. (www.rockymountainayre.com) is a publicly traded company listed on the OTCmarkets under the "RMTN" trading symbol. It is a holding company increasing its asset and revenue base through acquisition of fast-growing food and hospitality, manufacturing and retail businesses.
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