Dallas, Texas, April 18, 2022 — McapMediaWire — Priority Aviation, Inc. (OTC Pink: PJET) (“PJET”) today announced the publication of the company’s 2021 annual report.
CEO Steven Rash stated, “We expect this to be our last pre-revenue report. We plan to launch our Student Housing By Owner App, or SHBO App, by the end of this month and begin generating revenue. Our SHBO App is the VRBO or Airbnb of student housing, and we plan to expand the App to become an Amazon like App, but with a social conscience.”
PJET will publish a shareholder update later this week on Wednesday, April 20, 2022.
The update will serve as a progress report and update to the company’s 2022 strategic overview presentation published in January this year introducing the soon to be launched Student Housing By Owner (SHBO) Application (APP). PJET plans to introduce its Student Housing By Owner (SHBO) Application (APP) later this month.
The update will also include details on PJET’s expanding partnership with Alternet Systems, Inc (OTC Pink: ALYI). ALYI has recently announced the company is expanding its electric motorcycle pilot program with PJET for college campuses to include electric scooters and E-bikes. The E-bike market is expected to surpass $52 billion by 2028.
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