Value Holdings To Change Name To Galea Life Science; Complete Reverse Split Effective July 24th, 2007

July 24, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
Value Holdings Inc. (Other OTC:VALH) today announced that it has been notified by NASD that its 25:1 reverse stock split will be effective at the open of business Tuesday, July 24th, 2007. The Company has also changed its name to Galea Life Sciences to better reflect the direction of the company. Along with the reverse and name change, the Company’s shares will begin trading under the symbol GLSN on Tuesday, July 24 as well.

As part of the previously announced acquisition of the shares of Innovative Technology Acquisition Corp. Value Holdings agreed to execute a reverse split of 25:1 and will issue 2 new Value Holdings shares for each outstanding Innovative Technology Acquisition share. Innovative Technology Acquisition Corp.. is the producer of Nutraplete, a dietary supplement for people with HIV/AIDS who require nutritional supplementation to maintain lean body mass. Nutraplete is a product of BioSource Therapeutics, Innovative’s wholly-owned subsidiary. It is expected that the acquisition will be completed shortly after the effective date of the reverse and name change

About Innovative Technology Acquisition Corp. and Value Holdings, Inc.

Innovative Technology Acquisition Corp. is the developer of functional foods and dietary supplements. GLSN acquired BioSource Therapeutics, Inc. an entrepreneurial life science company, in 2002. BST specializes in the formulation, manufacturing, marketing and distribution of innovative dietary supplements that benefit people undergoing medical treatments and therapies.
Value Holdings, Inc. (Other OTC:VALH) is currently a non reporting, over the counter (“OTC'') publicly traded company. The Company's corporate goal is to build well-run independent subsidiaries that have solid market niches with compounded growth rates in terms of revenues and earnings.
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