NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / August 4, 2022 / New America Energy Corp. (OTC PINK:NECA), and it's operating subsidiary, Third Bench Holdings, LLC ('Third Bench' or the 'Company'), recently posted financial results for the period ended May 31, 2022.
The Company continues to experience very strong growth in both revenue and gross profit. A few highlights from the financials include:
Gross revenue compared with the corresponding nine-month period in 2021 grew by almost 40%, from just over $10.6 million in 2021 to just under $14.8 million in 2022.
Gross profit compared with the corresponding quarter from 2021 grew by almost 33% from almost $1.25 million to almost $1.65 million.
Gross profit compared with the corresponding nine-month period from 2021 grew by almost 100% from approximately $2.7 million to approximately $5.3 million.
Third Bench CEO David Fair stated, 'We continue to be encouraged by the growth in our various businesses. We have a lot of great people working for us at our various subsidiaries and their hard work and dedication is what makes all of our growth as a Company possible. As our operations continue to grow, management is still very active in seeking new acquisitions to expedite our growth.'
About Third Bench Holdings, LLC
Third Bench, subsidiary of New America Energy Corp., operates five subsidiary companies operating as architectural millwork and dealers in the cabinetry, kitchen and bath areas. Third Bench, through its subsidiary companies, offers products in these categories: residential cabinets and countertops and commercial millwork throughout the Western U.S. for customers from California to Texas. Third Bench also provides installation services as a part of its vertical offering. Third Bench employs over 130 people and had revenue of about $24 million in 2021. These projections have been provided by management and do not include the additional acquisitions that are currently under review.
Third Bench Holdings, LLC
175 S. Main Street #1410
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
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SOURCE: New America Energy Corp.
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