Brett Kimberlin has a habit of letting his corporate filings slide. For example, the IRS revoked the 501(c)(4) status of his Protect Our Elections/EMPR Inc not-for-profit because of a failure to file required forms. For a while, POE/EMPR was also not in good standing with the State of Maryland because of missing paperwork.
In 2011, Kimberlin chartered a Maryland corporation called Ac Up Enterprises Inc to “provide entertainment services to musicians.” For a while, that company was also not in good standing with the State of Maryland because past due paperwork. However, the Secretary of State shows that this year’s filing came in on time.At one time, Act Up Enterprises had a website, but it’s been gone for several years. AFAICT, Act Up only ever had one musician it promoted. Her website was ranked #11,025,473 around 9 pm ET last night.
Does that “artist” sing like a scalded cat? Would they place 5th in a 4 person karaoke show?