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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) Highlighted on Nationwide Financial Services Reporting Program

October 9, 2015

Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: OGES) is leveraging a portfolio of intellectual property, a history of innovation and a system-level view of the current market landscape to deliver the next generation of energy storage solutions. The company’s strategy is to simultaneously deliver groundbreaking technologies while building an industrial-scale platform that includes multiple lithium battery chemistries and form factors optimized to address a collection of key markets – including stationary energy storage, as well as mobile, government, consumer and specialty applications.

In August, Oakridge’s proven strategy took center stage as the company announced that it was to be featured on “New to the Street”, a news program highlighting some of the most promising publically-traded businesses. The show, which is produced by FMW Media Works Corp., airs as paid-programming on select nationwide stations – including The History Channel and A&E – and reaches more than 95 million homes. By securing a spot on “New to the Street”, Oakridge gained national exposure and an opportunity to build upon its brand recognition and increase its market share.

Oakridge’s efforts to expand its market share also include operation in a collection of viable markets. In the United States, the company owns and operates two manufacturing facilities producing its cutting-edge large format Pro Series golf car batteries and its small format Patriot Series RC batteries. On the international stage, Oakridge operates through wholly-owned subsidiary Oakridge Global Energy Solutions Limited, Hong Kong while maintaining a substantial interest in Leclanche S.A., a Swiss developer and manufacturer of large-sized lithium ion batteries. Through these operations, Oakridge, under the guidance of its leadership team, is working to establish a sizable footprint in both the domestic and global energy storage markets.

The company is led by a seasoned management team featuring over a century of combined industry experience. Steve Barber, chief executive officer of Oakridge, has over 30 years of experience in the international business sector with dual qualifications in science and law. His unique entrepreneurial approach and strength in building long-term strategic alliances will play a pivotal role in the company’s ongoing efforts to promote sustainable financial growth for the foreseeable future.

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Galenfeha, Inc. (GLFH) Widens Distribution Network in Southwestern States through Exclusive Distributor Agreement

Despite a downturn in the oil and gas industry, Galenfeha, Inc. (OTC PINK: GLFH) is promoting strong financial growth by providing innovative solutions that help oil and gas producers increase efficiency and limit costs. Last month, the company introduced its proprietary iWaV intelligent injection control system, which seamlessly interfaces with existing SCADA infrastructure, enabling operators to remotely automate all aspects of chemical titration at well sites. In addition to demonstrating Galenfeha’s ongoing commitment to the oil and gas industry, the iWaV system provides the means for substantial cost savings by minimizing the need for labor-intensive, potentially dangerous onsite maintenance activities.

Earlier today, the company took a major step toward capitalizing on the marketability of its revolutionary system and increasing its presence in the oil and gas industry by announcing an exclusive distribution agreement with Oil and Gas Equipment, Inc. This agreement – which followed Galenfeha’s August announcement of a separate distribution agreement for the West Texas region – is expected to greatly improve the national presence and availability of the company’s products moving forward.

“We are delighted that Oil and Gas Equipment will represent our brand in new regions,” Lucien Marioneaux, Jr., president and chief executive officer of Galenfeha, stated in a news release. “We look forward to a successful partnership with incredible growth opportunities.”

Oil and Gas Equipment, Inc. has serviced the oil and gas industries in New Mexico, Utah and Colorado for nearly six decades. In this time, it has become known among industry experts as the premier ‘one-stop-shop’ for oil and gas production services and equipment.

In recent weeks, Galenfeha’s expanded product line has helped it achieve considerable financial growth. During the second quarter of 2015, the company recorded revenues of over $242,000 on its way to a gross profit of $132,000. The new relationships and payment terms associated with this growth are expected to spur a significant increase in cash flow in the months to come, allowing Galenfeha to explore opportunities to expand its manufacturing operations while continuing to promote maximized shareholder value.

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Cherubim Interests, Inc. (CHIT) – A Stand-Out Operator in the Controlled Environment Agriculture Space

The commercial real estate market in Colorado is benefitting from growing demand. Marijuana merchants are struggling to find adequate warehouse space to hold their lawful cannabis cultivation and their demand for grow space is quickly surpassing the amount of vacant space available, which is causing leasing rates to rise significantly. Cherubim Interests plans to take advantage of this environment of rising demand and rates by leasing secured square footage to individuals and corporations who need it.

The company recently entered into the controlled environment agriculture sector through the acquisition of an exclusive global license for the deployment of a proprietary plant cultivation technology. BudCube Cultivation Systems, a Cherubim Interests subsidiary, designed the fully portable and scalable technology so that it would offer a turnkey solution for cultivators of legal medical and recreational cannabis and other plant species.

In early October 2015, Cherubim Interests and BCS joined forces with Dgrass Enterprises, an Oregon-based consultation and research and development firm, in order to create the operating procedures for the BCS technology and to add key personnel to ensure that they can execute their growth strategies. Dominic Grasseth, CEO of Dgrass Enterprises, is one of those key team members. A skilled and popular entrepreneur, consultant, master gardener and horticultural expert, Grasseth has over 16 years of indoor and outdoor growing experience. With specializations in cultivation, production, extraction, grow room design, consultation, and industry wide retail and wholesale equipment sales, he brings a decidedly focused, comprehensive and exceptional amount of hands-on experience to the partnership. Together, Cherubim Interests, BCS and Dgrass Enterprises intend to answer some of the needs of the swiftly-evolving recreational and medical marijuana industry.

A hybrid business model coupled with an inventive market strategy makes Cherubim Interests an uncommon operator within the alternative construction, real estate development and controlled environment agriculture sectors.

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Hemp, Inc. (HEMP) Industry Update: Pennsylvania Advances House Bill 967 to House Floor in Matter of Minutes

October 8, 2015


An increasing number of states are beginning to realize the enormous environmental and economic benefits of growing, rather than importing, industrial hemp. As the movement toward industrial hemp cultivation continues, more state officials are positioning their states to cash-in on the economic rewards.

Hemp, Inc. this morning reported that House Bill 967, which would allow industrial hemp to be grown or cultivated through special programs in the state of Pennsylvania, has advanced to the state’s House floor – and it didn’t take long. As reported in the article below, “the vote in the House Agriculture committee this week took just 10 minutes.”

Chris Goldstein of, and associate editor of Freedom Leaf magazine reports…

William Penn is smiling. One of his favorite crops is on the way to a comeback in Pennsylvania.

Sponsored by Rep. Russ Diamond (R-Hershey) the bill seeks to bring back a crop that was a staple in the Keystone State for hundreds of years. Hemp is a cousin of marijuana that has been prohibited since the end of World War II.

“The feds are catching on to the enormous environmental and economic benefits of the use of industrial hemp, and this pilot program anticipates the full legalization of hemp crops for industrial purposes in the future,” said Diamond in a statement. “My bill will put Pennsylvania in position to reap the economic rewards that will come when further barriers are removed.”

Almost all of the hemp used in the United States for fiber and food is imported from Canada and Europe. China has been making inroads into hemp production in recent years as well. According to a Congressional Research Service report from earlier this year, the current U.S. market for hemp products is $580 million annually.

Traditionally hemp was used to make rope. Think of the miles of the stuff needed on the sailing ships of yesteryear. Hemp is versatile. Cables on ski lifts are hemp cordage wrapped in woven steel. Its fibers can be refined and made into soft cloth.

Hemp seeds are a valuable food source that have become available in mainstream grocery stores. The seeds can be roasted and eaten on their own or milled into a protein-packed flour that is completely gluten-free.

In Canada, Motive Inc. is making a car called the Kestrel from hemp. The body panels, seat covers and pretty much everything but the engine are hemp. Several Canadian companies are even making hemp guitars.

In Germany, thousands of acres of hemp are farmed every year. According to a report from the U.S. Congress we are the only industrialized nation on the planet that doesn’t farm this crop.

This year industrial hemp was harvested in Colorado, Kentucky and a handful of other states. Still there are only a few hundred acres being farmed in these nascent programs in the US. If hemp could be brought back in force it could be a real boon to family farmers. Remarkably resilient and low maintenance it is far less costly to produce than other fiber or food crops such as cotton or soybeans.

Rep. Diamond pointed out that the federal government has eased the way for states to begin allowing hemp. The U.S. Farm Act of 2014 made it official with language that allows states to pass such laws. This makes it easy for Pa. to green light production. Under the Pa. hemp bills, university programs and some farms, under a special license, will begin to produce research crops to prove the viability of the resource. Down the road full production can be ramped up.

The vote in the House Agriculture committee this week took just 10 minutes. There were no amendments. A companion bill in the Senate sponsored by Senator Judy Schwank (D- Fleetwood) is expected to be voted through the corresponding Senate committee in the next few weeks. They will then go to floor votes in both chambers.

Amazing how swift and smooth things can work in Harrisburg. Yet the polar opposite process is happening for medical cannabis. Last week a task force of House Representatives released a long-awaited set of recommendations for a compassionate use bill. The Senate passed a limited medical marijuana bill last May. Since then the House has done nothing but stall.

The bi-partisan group of thirteen reps was formed at the behest of House Majority Leader Dave Reed. The group met frequently over the summer. But the result was more legislative theater than forward momentum.

The task force considered everything from delivery methods to the number of dispensaries. In the end they agreed with the Senate that no smoking of medical marijuana should be allowed. Only pills, oils, tinctures and liquids for vaporizers should be permitted. They seemed to agree with SB3 on most points, including that there should be about 65 locations for medical marijuana dispensaries across the state.

Rep. Ron Marsico (R-Dauphin) has already introduced a competing bill that would cut the number of dispensaries to less than a dozen. The House now seems poised to amend SB3 rather than go with a new, separate bill. But that is not set in stone. There have been active medical marijuana bills in the Pa. House since 2009. Dozens of “information gathering” hearings have been held over the years but not a single House committee has actually voted on a bill.

Patients who already use underground cannabis and those who are hoping for something legal have been left in a terminal holding pattern. Some families have already relocated from Pennsylvania to Maine, Colorado and other states.

The current excuse from House leadership is the ongoing trench warfare over the budget between the GOP and Gov. Wolf. Because Wolf is supportive of the issue it is being held hostage. There was significant momentum to medical marijuana in the last 24 months. But the prospect of having a true, working program has dwindled. By all but assuring that patients will get only processed products and no whole plant cannabis, there will be little incentive for most patients to register. Even if a bill is signed into law sometime in 2016 it could take 2 to 3 years for a program to be regulated and put into place.

By that time Pa. residents might be able to take a short drive to Ohio or even New Jersey and buy some fully legal buds. We could legalize marijuana for medical and personal use as well as allow large scale hemp farming all at once. The combination would help severely ill Pennsylvanians, stop more than 17,500 arrests per year and net more than $500 million in new tax revenue. Such a move could reform criminal justice, revitalize agriculture and provide real compassion. Far from a pipe dream, we are watching this strategy work in other states.

The continued momentum in several U.S. states also emphasizes the value of Hemp, Inc’s operations. Bruce Perlowin, CEO of Hemp, Inc., noted how his company’s 70,000-square-foot processing plant is in the prime position to contribute to, and reap, the economic rewards of what it calls the Industrial Hemp Revolution.

“As more people become educated on the myriad benefits of industrial hemp, including how it can help the economy, I believe many more states will vote in favor of legalizing hemp. Our multipurpose hemp processing plant is the first and only commercial factory to be built in the United States in almost a century. We have been meticulously building the infrastructure to be able to vertically integrate growing, decortication, and milling and this is no small feat. We aim to spark a new clean green American Agricultural and Industrial Hemp Revolution for the American farmers and hemp product manufacturers,” he stated in this morning’s press release.

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On the Move Systems, Inc. (OMVS) Highlights Truckers’ Interest in Technology, Opportunity in Shared Economy Platform

Today, On the Move Systems issued a press release highlighting the “spending binge” our nation’s trucking and logistics industry is currently on. With no signs of slowing down, the company believes this binge could mean a favorable market debut for its upcoming “Uber-for-Trucking” platform that is now under development.

Multiple annual surveys indicate trucking firms believe technology is the best way for them to keep doing well, as the industry is currently enjoying record revenues. As a result, companies large and small are pouring money into new technologies designed to help them maximize profits, reduce costs, optimize pricing, plan routes, track shipments, schedule maintenance and find new drivers to meet surging demand.

In 2014 alone, trucking companies invested nearly $100 million in new technologies to improve their businesses.

“We’re not talking nickels and dimes; truckers are spending serious money in order to gain a competitive advantage and OMVS is going after its share of that,” stated CEO Robert Wilson. “We have a tool now under development that can meet the industry’s demand for a way to cut costs, maximize revenues and increase operational efficiency. With technology spending booming, we expect truckers will have a definite interest in our innovative solution.”

As trucking’s technology spending and investments continue to grow, analysts are predicting the industry will soon undergo a radical operational transformation, with shared economy platforms, like OMVS’s innovative app, becoming as much indispensible as mileage logs.

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NEAH Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) Teams Up with Black-I Robotics to Power the Robotics Industry


NEAH Power Systems, Inc., an innovator and supplier of cutting-edge power products for the military, transportation and portable electronics industries, and Black-I Robotics, Inc. (“Black-I”), a leader in robotic technology-based solutions, today announced that they are teaming up to deliver NEAH Power’s patented power generation and energy storage technologies to the robotics market.

Both companies share a vision to develop power systems for robotic mobile platforms that can provide unprecedented increases in levels of performance and vastly improved deployment times, as well as deliver robotic solutions that better meet the needs of Black-I’s commercial, industrial and defense customers.

Black-I and NEAH Power have agreed to collaborate on product development and system integration of NEAH Power’s patented formic acid reformer fuel cell (Formira HOD™), PowerChip® Fuel Cell and PowerChip® Battery with Black-I’s advanced remote robotic vehicles. In addition, Black-I will serve as an engineering and sales consultant, working with NEAH Power to develop power products that can be integrated and licensed for use by other manufacturers of professional robots used for defense, ground-based and underwater transport, healthcare, logistics, and construction, as well as for use by manufacturers of personal robots for entertainment and other household applications.

The service segment of the global robotics market is expected to reach USD$16 billion by 2020. Growing investments supporting the development of service robotics in countries such as Japan, Korea, China and the United States is expected to favorably impact market growth. Increasing government spending initiatives in defense and military applications, coupled with high demand in these segments, is expected to further drive this growth.

“NEAH Power is excited to work with Black-I Robotics, a company with proven technologies and robotic platforms that can deliver advanced robotic solutions for defense, industrial and commercial applications,” stated NEAH Power CEO Chris D’Couto. “Together, we will work to expand the markets for our products by offering power solutions that can markedly increase the amount of reliable, efficient and safe power available to these systems, which in effect will drive growth for the benefit of shareholders.”

“We very much look forward to teaming with NEAH Power, a true innovator in portable power,” added Brian Hart, president and CEO of Black-I Robotics. “This agreement allows us to explore ways to meet the critical demand for lighter, more compact and highly efficient power systems for the robotics market. By consolidating our expertise, capabilities and resources, we expect to revolutionize the delivery of mobile power and truly untether robots, regardless of their power requirements, so they can better execute their mission.”

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Aristocrat Group Corp. (ASCC) Meeting Consumer Demand for ‘Affordable Luxury’ with RWB Ultra-Premium Handcrafted Vodka

October 7, 2015

The notion of ‘affordable luxury’ has become a driving force in the alcohol industry in recent years, as a willingness to spend a bit extra on life’s simple pleasures has led consumers away from value-priced spirits in favor of higher-end offerings. According to a report by Beverage World, the high-end and super-premium spirit categories experienced significant growth in 2014, rising 5.8 percent and 5.1 percent, respectively, over the previous year. The value category, on the other hand, actually declined by 1.3 percent, illustrating the ongoing shift in consumer preference toward higher quality goods that don’t break the bank. Aristocrat Group Corp. (OTCQB: ASCC) is capitalizing on this market trend by expanding upon the availability of its award-winning RWB Ultra-Premium Handcrafted Vodka.

“RWB Vodka is one of the most highly decorated American spirits in the marketplace,” Robert Federowicz, chief executive officer of ASCC, stated in a news release. “Our sales and distribution will keep growing as word of mouth continues to spread about RWB’s premium flavor and smooth finish.”

In addition to word of mouth, ASCC is currently utilizing an aggressive marketing campaign designed to rapidly expand upon the brand recognition of RWB Vodka. Along with its presence in the world of motorsports attained by sponsoring an extremely competitive race team, the company is building a following in the entertainment industry through its sponsorship of rising country music superstar Curtis Braly. RWB Vodka is currently available online to U.S. consumers and at more than 60 retail locations and 250 clubs, bars and restaurants across the country.

Last month, ASCC announced plans to launch its popular handcrafted vodka internationally through its joint venture partner in Canada. The company plans to utilize a similar marketing strategy in the Canadian market in order to repeat the success it’s had since its U.S. launch of RWB Vodka in 2013. After aligning itself with distribution partners, ASCC will look to increase its visibility through potential sponsorships with local artists and sporting events.

“Canada is an important market for us, so we plan to invest heavily in RWB’s success in British Columbia in order to establish a foothold,” Federowicz continued. “Thanks to our experience in the U.S. market, we know which promotions are most effective. We’ll be putting that knowledge to good use in Canada.”

As it continues to progress toward building a portfolio of successful brands to compete alongside industry giants such as Diageo PLC (NYSE: DEO) and Brown-Forman Corp. (NYSE: BF-B), ASCC is in a favorable position to promote sustainable financial growth moving forward. Look for the company to continue expanding upon the marketability of RWB Vodka as it inches toward the highly-anticipated launch of its innovative new product, Big Box Vodka, in the coming weeks.

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NEAH Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) Challenging Industry Leaders with Innovative Fuel Cell Technology


NEAH Power Systems is a leading innovator of unique energy solutions. The company develops products that address specific power requirements for clients in a wide range of markets – including military, government and corporate applications. At the heart of many of NEAH Power’s products is its patented, award-winning PowerChip® technology, which enables the development of solutions with higher power densities and compact form factors that meet exacting specifications. Through this portfolio, the company is strategically positioned to increase its market share by challenging established industry leaders.

In recent months, NEAH Power had made considerable progress toward the commercialization of its Formira Hydrogen on Demand system. While major players in the stored power industry, such as FuelCell Energy (NASDAQ: FCEL), continue to highlight hydrogen generation as a major area of interest moving forward, NEAH Power is currently preparing to demonstrate its functioning system to the Australian Army in the coming weeks. The company has already initiated work on preliminary design details for units of various sizes to meet off-grid power needs, and discussions are underway with parties in China related to licensing and manufacture of the technology.

NEAH Power differentiates itself from larger fuel cell developers – including Ballard Power Systems (NASDAQ: BLDP) and Plug Power (NASDAQ: PLUG) – by expertly addressing the rapidly expanding market for portable electronic devices. Through its BuzzBar Suite™, the company enables off-grid, on-the-go charging capabilities for a full range of mobile devices. With the option to use a variety of energy sources – including wall outlets, solar power, fuel cells and disposable batteries, the BuzzBar is the perfect power solution for nearly any scenario. Pending the completion of a satisfactory capital raise, NEAH Power plans to commence shipment of its third generation BuzzBar later this year.

By targeting diversified industries with its award-winning technology, NEAH Power is in a favorable position to expand upon its current market share and promote sustainable financial growth.

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Fresh Promise Foods, Inc. (FPFI) Brand Design, Process and Sourcing All Speak Directly to the Organic Food Consumer

A report out by TechSci Research in April indicates that the U.S. organic food market is on track to break the $45 billion mark this year, on the strength of rising per capita spending, increased health awareness among consumers, and a rapidly spreading culture that is acutely aware of the tremendous benefits that eating a chemical-free, organic diet can produce. At the same time, growing retail availability of organic products, once limited to traditional sources, has been greatly improved, with over 20,000 natural food stores across the country, and three out of four grocery stores now carrying at least a limited selection of organic options. And the same is true across the pond, where, according to the Soil Association’s 2015 report on the UK organic market, sales of organic products saw four percent growth last year, even as food prices declined by 1.9 percent, and food spending also declined by 1.1 percent.

Little surprise that western markets are rapidly gravitating away from chemical farming products either, with CDC estimates from two years back alone showing some 1.1 billion pounds of pesticides and active ingredients are being used annually. Globally the organic market in 2013 was already at $72 billion and if the official FiBL-IFOAM data and TechSci are right, the U.S. organic market has seen a 41.5 percent jump in just the last two years. Such growth seems well within reason at any rate, especially given a recent survey report by leading consumer products and services review publication, Consumer Reports, showing that 84 percent of Americans now routinely purchase organic food.

The explosive growth of the organic space however has produced two glaringly obvious issues. On the one hand, despite some 106 million plus acres being dedicated to organic as of the end of 2013 worldwide, supply shortages continue to be one of the greatest challenges facing the industry. On the other hand, given that it is still a largely nascent market, the product mix has not evolved sufficiently, and along the lines envisioned by die-hard, early adopting organic consumers. Hence the growing significance of up-and-comer sector innovators such as health and wellness solutions developer, Fresh Promise Foods, Inc. (OTC: FPFI), whose wholly-owned Harvest Soul subsidiary continues to deliver cutting-edge USDA Certified Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified beverage and food products which speak directly to soul of this market’s most ardent consumers.

The Harvest Soul brand has quickly risen to prominence among diehard health-conscious consumers, thanks to its having addressed the core problem in the juicing world head-on, brilliantly resolving the lack of fiber and proteins taken out during juice pressing via a product line that is the sector’s first real USDA Certified Organic chewable juice. Harvest Soul Chewable Juices are 12 ounce juices with a mega concentrated blend of veggies and fruits that are then mixed with berries, nuts and seeds at just the right size needed to encourage chewing. Chewing actively triggers the digestion process and releases enzymes that enhance nutrient absorption, and these beverages are perfect as a snack or as an entire meal. The product line speaks to consumer demand for much-needed fiber to be put back into juice, as well as demand that such product contain only 100 percent organic, non-GMO blends of nutritious leafy greens and fruits or vegetables that are delicious, but which are also rich in anti-oxidants.

Already successful in the South Region through Whole Foods Markets with the company’s Green Fusion superfood blend using 21 vegetables and fruits, as well as its Tropical Fusion energizing blend of 15 fruits and veggies, FPFI expanded to the naturally receptive West Coast and Pacific Northwest markets back in June, simultaneously introducing two new products in the lineup, Berry Banana Fusion and Veggie Beet Fusion. A major driver of consumer receptivity to the brand, beyond having so perfectly addressed unmet demands in the organic juice space, has been how the company’s proprietary High Pressure Processing (HPP) solution captures the farm-fresh flavor, brilliant colors and natural enzymes, minerals, and vitamins contained in the product’s ingredients. The company has trademarked HPP Fressurized™ to indicate to consumers that this ingenious, environmentally-friendly alternative to conventional heat pasteurization has been used in the manufacture of the product they are consuming. This extremely high pressure technique destroys unhealthy bacteria and other microorganisms, while drastically improving the overall healthiness and content of the final product, allowing the high nutrient content of the product’s organic sources to reach the consumer as never before.

Georgia-based FPFI proudly goes out of its way to source from locally-grown produce and other ingredients, helping to grow the local organic production industry, and the company even supports the Georgia Grown economic development program, designed to stimulate and encourage the development of the state’s agribusiness sector. This is the portrait of a company striking at the heart of the organic food industry’s two biggest hurdles, economies of scale on the agribusiness side, and product innovation on the retail end. Harvest Soul has even come out with a new organic, non-GMO blended juice line, Harvest Soul Organic Blended Juices, which, while still rich in fiber, will appeal more directly to the less die-hard organic consumers.

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) Reroutes Communication Plan to Maximize Outreach, Better Utilize Funds

OurPet’s Company designs, produces and markets a broad line of innovative pet products and accessories under the OurPets and Pet Zone brands, sold in leading pet specialty retailers, food, drug and mass merchandisers, direct-mail catalog and Internet retailers. The company’s extensive product line is built on its intellectual property portfolio of more than 160 patents in either issued or pending status.

Coinciding with corporate growth among its target markets, OurPet’s yesterday announced a new strategy to more efficiently utilize corporate resources. Moving forward, OurPet’s says it will no longer conduct quarterly earnings teleconferences, and instead is ramping up its online communications and social media strategies to ensure that shareholders have ongoing access to the company’s most recent news, financial reports and progress.

“We have hosted consistent quarterly earnings calls for the 18 months, and have not seen participation meet our targets. In light of this, we feel that we can allocate our funds toward more worthy causes, and have identified more far-reaching and cost-effect routes to disseminate company news and financial reports,” OurPet’s CFO Scott Mendes stated in the news release. “This decision further emphasizes our commitment to increasing shareholder value, transparency and communication. We look forward to providing our shareholders and potential investors with more readily available, up-to-date corporate information.”

As part of its new communications strategy, OurPet’s recently engaged DreamTeamNetwork to boost its social media, presence, disseminate news releases, achieve targeted marketing and establish a mobile version of the OurPet’s website.

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Lingo Media Corp. (LMDCF) Bolsters Presence in Latin America with Multi-Million Dollar Contract in Colombia

In 2004, the Latin American nation of Colombia took a significant step forward in its efforts to promote improved English proficiency through the creation of the Foreign Languages Competencies Development Program. The goal of this initiative is to leverage the country’s human capital in order to achieve targeted levels of language learning, effectively promoting a transformation into a bilingual country by 2019. Today, roughly 11.5 million people in Colombia – just over a quarter of the population – are studying English via public and private formal education or English language training courses, according to the British Council.

Lingo Media Corp., through subsidiary ELL Technologies Ltd., recently increased its footprint in this pivotal market by partnering with eDistribution SAS to secure a multi-million dollar language learning software development contract. Through this agreement, the company will provide a full suite of digital education resources to the National Training Service (SENA), a Colombian national public institution under the Ministry of Labor. These resources are expected to play a considerable role in increasing learning and professional opportunities for as million as seven million citizens across the country.

“SENA has taken a most progressive and innovative approach to learning English and other languages by structuring their program to fit the many different learning environments and requirements to further establish Colombia as a truly bilingual nation,” Gali Bar-Ziv, president and chief executive officer of ELL Technologies, stated in a news release. “We are very excited to deliver the digital learning content and user experience to Latin America’s leading educational institute, positively impacting language education and employment opportunities in Colombia and throughout Latin America.”

Learning English isn’t just a hobby for Colombians, it is a necessity. The British Council reports that 69 percent of all managers deemed English a ‘must-have’ skill in order to adequately perform their duties, and an overwhelming 81 percent of employers rated English as a seven or above on a one-to-ten scale ranking its importance. Despite these statistics, barriers remain that can severely limit Colombians’ access to English-learning solutions. In a poll of 500 non-English speakers, more than 35 percent stated that limited access to government-funded programs was hampering their efforts to learn English. Lingo Media is now in a strong position to help SENA better address this figure.

Through its subsidiary, Lingo Media is currently developing lessons, learning objects and digital resources which SENA will implement into its learning management system. By affording educators an opportunity to pick, choose and adapt its learning programs and their components, Lingo Media is empowering educators with an opportunity to supplement, complement and enhance their coursework while simultaneously developing a sustainable foothold in one of the world’s most rapidly-expanding EdTech markets.

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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) Promoted on Twitter by ‘New to the Street’

In August, Oakridge Global Energy Solutions took a significant step toward expanding its market share in the competitive stored energy industry by securing coverage in ‘New to the Street’, a leading provider of business profiles and corporate special programming with a nationwide reach of more than 95 million homes. The program’s content is aired as paid-programming on popular television stations – including The History Channel and A&E – and its social media platform provides the means to market to specific demographics on social networking giant Twitter (NYSE: TWTR). Using these tools, ‘New to the Street’ is able to distribute its video interviews and profile pieces to an expansive audience through multiple channels.

“We plan to continue to work with Twitter for all of our clients… as well as our upcoming series featuring Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc.,” Vince Caruso, president of ‘New to the Street’, stated in a news release. “I feel our videos are stand-alone unique video interviews which engage the public.”

Expanding awareness of its recent corporate restructuring efforts is expected to play an instrumental role in fueling Oakridge’s future growth on both domestic and international fronts. The company’s integrated, ‘made in the USA’ energy storage solutions address a variety of key markets – including stationary and grid storage; motive applications, such as electric and hybrid electric fleet vehicles; government applications, including military, aerospace, marine, civil and municipal; and special applications, such as medical and telecom.

In an effort to meet this heightened market demand, Oakridge recently commenced full-scale operations at two manufacturing plants in Melbourne, Florida, which will focus primarily on production of its cutting-edge large format Pro Series golf car batteries, as well as its small format Patriot Series RC batteries. The company is also progressing toward a global launch of a range of new battery products in collaboration with recently-formed subsidiary Oakridge Global Energy Solutions Limited, Hong Kong.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Already Ahead of the Game in Digital Currency & Disruptive Payment Tech, Now Readying Marketing Crystal Ball

With the word out that early this week that famed cryptocurrency VCs the Winklevoss twins have successfully launched Gemini, their own Bitcoin (BTC) exchange, after BitLicense approval was finally secured from New York’s financial regulatory body (the NYDFS), disruptive payment technologies enabled by digital currencies like Bitcoin may finally be coming into their own. The move by New York to lead the charge and validate the alternative currency space with foundational legislation that allows BitLicensed players to operate with unimpeachable legitimacy, combined with the hardfork that is Bitcoin XT (an adaptation that will allow for a massive leap in the transaction processing bandwidth at the heart of the BTC network), have really taken Bitcoin and digital payments to a whole new level.

When it comes to disruptive new payment technology enablers like Bitcoin, the real money to be made is not so much in the currency itself, as it is in the payments processing end of the market. As Bitcoin continues to become a global digital currency, the rapid proliferation of smartphones, mobile wallet solutions and the rise of mcommerce, collectively mean that the sky is the limit for what is effectively a completely new commerce-empowering ecosystem of payment technologies. Borderless digital currencies like Bitcoin, as well as the requisite exchanges, payment processing technologies, and end-user software needed to transform commerce, have all cropped up extremely fast too. Springing seemingly Athena-like, fully armored from the forehead of Zeus (a legacy electronic payments infrastructure that is ripe for disruption), this new ecosystem of digital payment technologies and virtual currencies has evolved so quickly that only a handful of companies today are really ready to both participate, and genuinely thrive.

One such company is Alternet Systems. Structured as an enterprise accelerator, ALYI has been focused for some time now on the two core areas that are of the utmost significance to investors in this rapidly growing ecosystem: the digital currencies and exchanges, as well as the payment processing solutions needed to truly reshape the face of an antiquated payments infrastructure. Moreover, Alternet Systems is taking the long view of the market’s true potential, focusing in on the big data aspect of digital commerce, as well as the bounteous field of associated predictive data analytics made accessible thereby. Sure, moving to be one of the first players alongside the Winklevoss twins to wade into the exchange game via New York State BitLicense acquisition – as part of a global exchange roll-up strategy executed through the company’s wholly-owned OneMarket ( subsidiary – is going to be the backbone of the data acquisition architecture, but it is the payment processing end of things that will generate the really high-value data that players like advertisers and retailers salivate over.

Big data-driven retail analytics is a marketing crystal ball and in many respects, a solid, truly 21st century implementation thereof is seen as a sort of brass ring by the sector which has long been sought after by the biggest names in retail and advertising. Mcommerce, combined with digital currencies and the associated payment technologies, offers a symbiotic, software-driven mechanism for not only understanding user spending habits as never before, but doing so in a very lightweight fashion that is practically invisible to the consumer. This light touch, combined with extremely rigorous data accumulation and the penetrating analytics to go along with it, is something which is already beginning to transform the retail space. A crowning example of what is possible here might be’s (NASDAQ: AMZN) anticipatory shipping solution, with its patented algorithm-based predictive analytics that can basically see the future, getting packages ready to ship before the consumer even clicks the “Add to Cart” button.

Alternet Systems has taken major steps to ensure that the company is able to maximize shareholder return on investment when it comes to exploiting the company’s early adopter advantage in the cryptocurrency and ecommerce/mcommerce space. Items such as the appointment of Fabio Alvino to the CEO position at the company’s wholly-owned digital currency and payment ecosystems subsidiary, Alternet Payment Solutions, speaks volumes about how serious ALYI is in this regard. Alvino is the guy who founded one of the top mobile financial services operators on earth, UTIBA Americas, which was later acquired by mobile financial services pioneer Amdocs (NASDAQ: DOX), the company which famously launched the very first digital wallet solution in existence back in 2004, known as Globe GCash. Needless to say, Alvino punches well above his weight in the game and will be instrumental in bringing ALYI’s digital currency ecosystem and exchange roll-up strategies to fruition.

Alternet Systems has taken the landmark $75 million funding injection in January 2015 at top digital currency industry wallet service Coinbase, which included funding from the New York Stock Exchange, as a clear indicator that the high-growth digital currency and ecommerce/mcommerce markets are about to go supernova. Just so investors realize where we are: San Francisco-based Coinbase was the first licensed U.S. based Bitcoin exchange approved to operate in 24 states, and the $75 million VC raise at the start of 2015 was the biggest single VC fundraising by a BTC-related startup in history.

We are at a fork in the road when it comes to how payments are made and early adopters who can execute properly in this phase of the game will become some of tomorrow’s biggest sector companies. Alternet Systems has the vision, as well as the technical know-how, needed to deliver on its exchange roll-up ambitions and Alvino made it very clear in a recent interview with small-cap/micro-cap media maven QualityStocks ( that the company is squarely focused on creating a true omnichannel pipeline solution for modernizing legacy point-of-sale infrastructure. Including the development of the kinds of robust tools needed at the payment processor level, as well as a full suite of data analytics aimed at markets in the U.S. and Latin America.

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Avant Diagnostics Inc. (AVDX) Announces FDA IRB Approval for OvaDx(R) Ovarian Cancer Validation Test Specimens

Avant Diagnostics, an innovative in vitro diagnostics company, today told investors that the previously purchased specimens have been approved and are available for use in the upcoming validation study to be used to support a pre-Submission package to the United States Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”).

Avant anticipates that the FDA validation study will start shortly after the ongoing calibration testing is completed. Upon completion, Avant intends to test the previously purchased set of ovarian cancer specimens, including serial sets obtained from women diagnosed previously with ovarian cancer, which will serve as the validation study and form the basis of the pre-Submission package that will be submitted to FDA for review and comment prior to the commencement of the OvaDx® 510(k) trial.

The OvaDx® microarray test is designed to be used as an aid in monitoring women diagnosed previously with ovarian cancer. The validation study and 510(k) trial will be conducted in a double-blinded environment supervised by DOCRO, Inc., an independent clinical research organization. The results from the validation study are expected to be published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal within six months of test completion and data analysis; however there can be no assurance that such publication will be completed within this time frame.

Gregg Linn, Avant’s Chief Executive Officer and President, stated, “Avant continues to make steady progress towards its goal of obtaining FDA 510(k) clearance for OvaDx®. We intend to periodically communicate with our shareholders and markets as we progress through the FDA negotiations and through FDA’s review of our 510(k) submission.”

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Oakridge Global Energy Solution, Inc. (OGES) Mentioned in Press Conference with Florida Governor

October 6, 2015

“New To The Street” (NTTS), a television show that profiles public companies and reports on financial news, this morning highlighted its recent taping of Florida’s Governor Rick Scott’s press conference at the headquarters of Oakridge Global Energy Solution. The interview is the second interview in the series with Oakridge Global Energy CEO Steve Barber.

Governor Scott spoke about the importance of U.S. manufacturing, and how Oakridge Global fits into the applauded slogan, “Made in America.” As an integrated “made in the USA” energy storage solutions company that uses cutting-edge technology to focus on developing advanced, high-quality cells, batteries and power systems for consumer, government, industrial and military applications, Oakridge Global Energy is the recipient of aid initiatives totaling approximately $33 million from the State of Florida, County, City and other public sources.

The company’s strategy is to simultaneously deliver innovation and build an industrial scale platform that includes multiple lithium ion technologies and form factors that are optimized to address three target markets: stationary and grid storage; motive applications including fleet vehicles, EV and HEV; and specialty applications including military, aerospace, marine, industrial, scientific and telecom backup.

Oakridge recently initiated production of its ProSeries line of heavy duty battery systems for task-oriented vehicles such as golf cars, maintenance vehicles, forklifts, off road vehicles and other similar applications.

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Dominovas Energy Corporation (DNRG) RUBICON™ Characterized as a Game Changer in Today’s Clean Energy Space

Dominovas Energy Corporation provides global energy solutions that leverage the latest science and engineering principles to produce a proprietary fuel cell system named the RUBICON™. The Company’s multi-megawatt deployment of clean, efficient electricity is considered by industry insiders as, ‘revolutionary.’

At its origin, the RUBICON™ SOFC is specific to the various number of fuels that can be placed into its operation. The integration of the proprietary reformer with the RUBICON™ SOFC stack is designed so that the RUBICON™ will reform practically any hydrocarbon fuel to a usable syngas composition for absolute best SOFC stack electricity generation. The RUBICON™ SOFC can operate continuously on these hydrocarbon fuels giving DRNG the ability to take advantage of a wider range of deployment opportunities, taking into account that fuel sources and availability vary considerably.

Not to be overlooked, a vital advantage of the RUBICON™ is its efficiency gain over the conventional power plants without combustion but with maximizing a thermal process. The RUBICON™ converts the chemical energy of a fuel into electricity using state-of-the-art SOFC stacks. The conventional approach to power production (steam/gas) is inefficient since it requires a multi-step process to convert the fuel to electricity.

Ultimately, the RUBICON™ will produce more units of power per unit of fuel consumed than any combustion-based electricity production process. With a “non-combustion” electricity producer, the RUBICON™ emits considerably less green-house-gas pollutants per unit of power produced. Producing mostly heat and water, the RUBICON™ is not only desirable, but sustainable as well.

Founded in 2005, Dominovas Energy Corp. is a public company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Dominovas Energy Corporation is a leading power solutions provider to emerging markets around the world. DEC employs its proprietary RUBICON™ Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) technology for deployment in multi-megawatt power generation units on a global scale. The worldwide pursuit of efficient and clean production of electricity using Solid Oxide Fuel Cell technology motivated its founders to create the “energy solutions” company it has become today.

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Avant Diagnostics, Inc. (AVDX) Advancing Development of OvaDx® through Ongoing Calibration Testing

Avant Diagnostics, Inc. has commenced calibration testing of OvaDx®, a sophisticated microarray-based test that measures the activation of the immune system in blood samples in response to ovarian tumor cell development. In a recent news release, the company indicated that it expects to complete this calibration testing later this month, allowing it to move forward with validation testing while forming the basis of the pre-submission package that will be delivered to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for review and comment prior to the commencement of the OvaDx® 510(k) trial.

“The entire Avant team has been working tirelessly over the past few months to reach this critical milestone,” Gregg Linn, president and chief executive officer of Avant, stated in a news release. “We look forward to communicating to our shareholders and the markets as we move through the FDA negotiations and review of our 510(k) submission.”

According to the American Cancer Society, ovarian cancer currently ranks fifth in cancer deaths among women, accounting for more fatalities than any other cancer of the female reproductive system. For this reason, biopharmaceutical firms are currently scrambling to address the underserved indication. Endocyte (NASDAQ: ECYT) is developing a novel form of chemotherapy that targets a key receptor found in virtually all ovarian cancers, but the best defense against this debilitating disease is early diagnosis. While patients diagnosed in Stage I demonstrate a 90 percent five-year survival rate, this survivability rapidly decreases with later diagnosis. If diagnosed in Phase III, patients’ relative five-year survival rate drops to just 39 percent.

Through the development of OvaDx, Avant will look to greatly improve upon the detectability of ovarian cancer in high-risk patients. In preclinical studies, the product has shown the capability to detect stage IA markers with approximately 80 percent sensitivity while providing definitive, real-time results.

As Avant continues to progress toward the market approval of its innovative large panel screening test for ovarian cancer, the company is in a favorable position to promote sustainable growth in the years to come. For prospective shareholders, Avant’s recent progress toward the initiation of its validation study of OvaDx makes it an intriguing investment opportunity moving forward.

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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) is “One to Watch”

Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. is an integrated energy storage solutions company focused on the design, development and manufacture of high-quality cells, batteries and power systems. The company’s innovative ‘Made in the U.S.A.’ product line includes multiple lithium-ion technologies and form factors that are optimized to address three high-demand target markets – including stationary and grid storage; motive applications, such as electric and hybrid electric fleet vehicles; and specialty applications, such as military, aerospace, marine, medical and telecom backup.

Through a recent restructuring of its operations, Oakridge strategically positioned itself to expand its market reach moving forward. The company currently owns and operates two manufacturing facilities in Melbourne, Florida, which play an instrumental role in its efforts to meet the growing demand for its cutting-edge large format Pro Series golf car batteries and its small format Patriot Series RC batteries. These operations also allow Oakridge to bring stable employment opportunities back to the U.S., effectively highlighting its tireless commitment to the revitalization of the country’s manufacturing industry.

The company also maintains a presence on the international stage through its recently formed subsidiary, Oakridge Global Energy Solutions Limited, Hong Kong. This subsidiary, which is expected to serve as the foundation for Oakridge’s sales efforts throughout the Asia-Pacific region, was created primarily to address the tremendous international demand for its revolutionary stored energy solutions. The company also maintains a substantial interest in Leclanche S.A., a Swiss developer and manufacturer of large-sized lithium-ion batteries that was originally founded in 1909.

Oakridge has indicated plans to expand its presence in a collection of markets throughout Europe and Asia as it continues to build upon its established product development and manufacturing infrastructure. The company will lean on the expertise of its proven management team – which includes well over a century of combined industry experience – as it looks to increase its share of the $12 billion domestic battery manufacturing industry.

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Legacy Ventures International, Inc. (LGYV) is “One to Watch”

Legacy Ventures International is an investment company seeking out high-potential businesses with big ideas that can be scaled in order to promote hyper growth. The company fuels innovation and passion by providing the capital, oversight and connections that young businesses need to reach their full potential.

Legacy is led by a highly-qualified executive team with decades of relevant industry experience. Evan Clifford, the company’s chief executive officer, has spent more than 15 years building and maintaining relationships with some of North America’s most influential executives. Over the past decade, he has served as a lead advisor to a collection of companies and individuals striving for personal and professional success. Likewise, Rehan Saeed, Legacy’s chief financial officer, has over a decade of experience in the banking industry during which he built and managed a real estate portfolio valued at $110 million.

The company’s current brand portfolio is headlined by newly-acquired RM Fresh Brands, a servicer of food and beverage retailers and distributors around the globe. RM Fresh Brands takes a unique approach to brand partnerships by maintaining a clear focus on sustainable, category-changing consumables. This strategy has helped it build an extensive portfolio of highly-desirable brands – including Boxed Water, Aloe Gloe, Uncle Si’s Iced Tea and Chef 5-Minute Meals.

Following the successful acquisition of RM Fresh Brands, Legacy is in a strong strategic position to move forward with its efforts to promote sustainable growth. The company will lean on the considerable experience of its management team as it looks to build on its recent progress while promoting maximized shareholder value.

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Continues Stem Cell Based Research and Development to Promote Rejuvenation of Dying Cells

The International Stem Cell Corporation, a biotechnology company, continues its developmental research of using stem cells to advance regenerative medicine. The company uses stem cell technology called parthenogenesis that uses unfertilized eggs to address immune system rejection. These eggs have duplicate sets of human leukocyte antigen genes (HLA) that lessen the chance of immune rejection. A single line of these cells can treat millions of people. Furthermore, ISCO can draw hpNSC (human parthenogenetic neural stem cells) from the unfertilized eggs for self-renewing processes related to degeneration.

For example, after continuous successful testing, ISCO believes that their hpNSC can replace dead and dying neurons while also protecting existing ones when transplanted into the brain of someone with Parkinson’s disease. Likewise, ISCO scientists have taken steps to develop human retinal epithelium (RPE) cells that can treat many eye diseases like age-related macular degeneration. Along with that research, the company is among the first in the world to develop a method (CytoCor) for creating corneal tissue and cells to treat blindness.

ISCO recently announced its development of technology that creates functional cartilage from a person’s skin to treat osteoarthritis, a joint disease that erodes cartilage. The company is also pursuing other therapeutic systems that “can potentially be treated with the patient’s own cells,” said its chief scientific officer, Ruslan Semechkin, PhD.

While continuing to develop new regenerative techniques, ISCO also maintains a cosmeceutical line called Lifeline Skin Care Inc. This business manufactures cosmetic skin care products around the world. It uses parthenogenetic stem cells along with vitamins and minerals to create a rejuvenating serum that promotes healthy skin.

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ContentChecked Holdings, Inc. (CNCK), Troy Healthcare Partnership Aims to Provide Migraine Prevention, Support

ContentChecked today reported its partnership with Troy Healthcare under which the two companies will use their innovative products, MigraineChecked and Stopain® Migraine, respectively, to help deliver preventative information and fast-acting relief for migraine sufferers.

According to the Migraine Research Foundation, migraines are among the top 20 of the world’s most disabling medical illnesses. By teaming up, ContentChecked and Troy Healthcare aim to help the 37 million Americans suffering from migraines find acute, preventative and complementary treatment for symptom relief by leveraging the benefits of their respective technologies.

MigraineChecked is one of ContentChecked’s family of free health apps for people with dietary restrictions and/or food preferences. MigraineChecked users can set up profiles and favorites, and use the app to scan food bar codes to identify and avoid the more than 250,000 packaged foods known to trigger migraines.

“Many migraines are triggered by specific ingredients in foods and beverages, from tannins to artificial sweeteners, and our app helps raise awareness of these hidden ingredients so migraine sufferers can make more informed choices simply by scanning bar codes on grocery packaging,” Kris Finstad, CEO of ContentChecked, stated in the news release. “This partnership with Stopain Migraine was ideal because, as a migraine sufferer myself, I’ve personally grown tired of oral medications and the side effects. Having an effective, topical pain relieving gel gives me and other migraine sufferers a new, safe option.”

Stopain Migraine is a new, topical migraine pain relieving gel that provides safe, fast and effective migraine pain relief without pills, known side effects, or the risk of drug interaction. The gel is applied topically as a measured dose on the back of the neck and behind each ear (an area where many migraines are believed to originate) and can be applied up to four times daily. Because Stopain Migraine is topical and does not include aspirin, caffeine or acetaminophen, it can be used alone or in conjunction with other medications since there are no known drug interactions. Stopain Migraine is currently available at most Walmart stores nationwide.

“With Stopain Migraine, consumers can experience fast relief of migraine pain without the risk of significant side effects,” says Anthony Cicini, vice president of Troy Healthcare, maker of Stopain Migraine and other pain-relieving over-the-counter products. “Stopain Migraine is formulated with Menthol, Belladonna, Iris Versicolor and Sanguinaria Canadensis, for a more natural approach to migraine pain relief.”

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Hemp, Inc. (HEMP) Awaits Gov. Pat McCrory’s Signature with Eager Anticipation


Hemp, Inc. shared its excitement today via a press release as North Carolina residents await Governor McCory’s signature to cement the legalization of industrial hemp in North Carolina. Last week, Industrial Hemp Senate Bill 313 was passed by both the House and Senate and stated the industrial hemp industry can “expand employment, promote economic activity, and provide opportunities to small farmers for an environmentally sustainable and profitable use of crop lands that might otherwise be lost to agricultural production.” In fact, Hemp, Inc. has already injected over a million dollars in North Carolina’s economy with the purchase of the Temafa decortication machinery, related items and the workforce needed to build the infrastructure of the only commercial hemp processing facility in the United States.

The company’s subsidiary, Industrial Hemp Manufacturing, LLC, has also begun receiving applications from residents for future employment. “While we can not, at this time, quantify the amount of jobs our plant will create, we suspect hundreds of jobs will be created either directly and indirectly within our industry. Our presence in Spring Hope, North Carolina is already stimulating the local economy,” says David Schmitt, COO of Hemp, Inc.’s subsidiary, IHM. “From seed to sale, from farmers to the manufacturers, to the retail stores… this ripple effect could potentially create hundreds of jobs.”

According to the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, “North Carolina’s agricultural industry contributes $78 billion to the state’s economy, accounts for more than 17 percent of the state’s income, and employs 16 percent of the work force. The state’s 52,200 farmers grow over 80 different commodities, utilizing 8.4 million of the state’s 31 million acres to furnish consumers a dependable and affordable supply of food and fiber. The state ranks seventh nationally in farm profits with a net farm income of over $3.3 billion. Net income per farm in the state is over $63,000.”

Hemp, Inc.’s processing facility is certainly the catalyst for an economic boom in not just Nash County, but the state of North Carolina, say executives. “We have kenaf growing in three different counties… we support the small family farm,” said Bruce Perlowin, CEO of Hemp, Inc.

Now, the state is abuzz with an imminent reality of growing, not importing, industrial hemp. Kat McReynolds of Mountain Xpress NC reports…


Posted on October 5, 2015 by Kat McReynolds

North Carolina farmers may soon be the newest competitors in the worldwide hemp market, pending a signature from Gov. Pat McCrory. Growing industrial hemp, as opposed to simply importing and processing it for use in derivative products, would be legal in North Carolina under Senate Bill 313 — which originally pertained to license plates and registers of deeds until a subsequent addition by sponsor Rep. Jeff Collins, R-Nash County. McCrory’s approval is the last step after speedy affirmative votes in both the N.C. House (101 votes to 7) and Senate (42 votes to 2).

“From all indications, the governor is going to sign it,” says Blake Butler, hemp advocate and organizer of Asheville’s recent HempX festival. “He’s in support of it.”

If the bill is enacted, an industrial hemp commission will be tasked with managing a statewide pilot program to monitor the inaugural cohort of commercial growers and researchers of the versatile crop, which is used to make thousands of products.

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Hemp is a variety of the cannabis plant, but smoking it doesn’t produce a high. By definition, industrial hemp must contain less than 0.3 percent of THC — the substance responsible for weed’s psychoactive effects — while marijuana’s average THC content has climbed from about 10 percent THC by weight to 30 percent over the past 30 years, according to a study by Colorado-based research lab Charas Scientific.

Despite containing only trace amounts of THC, the federal government lumps hemp in with marijuana as a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act, meaning the plant’s production and use fall under the watchful eye of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency.

The DEA’s main concern surrounding hemp is that “commercial cultivation could increase the likelihood of covert production of high-THC marijuana, significantly complicating DEA’s surveillance and enforcement activities and sending the wrong message to the American public concerning the government’s position on drugs,” according to a 2015 Congressional Research Service report prepared for Congress, titled “Hemp as an Agricultural Commodity.” Hemp advocates, however, claim that cross-pollination between hemp and marijuana would actually lower the THC content of the latter, devaluing the harvest.

Still, the 2014 U.S. Farm Bill (P.L. 113-79) allows states to enact their own regulatory systems surrounding industrial hemp cultivation. Until now, North Carolina law remained silent on the subject, even as other Southern state governments accommodated the controversial plant. Currently, 20 states have adopted Farm Bill-compliant laws to accommodate cultivation under varying circumstances.

If signed into law, North Carolina’s new bill will call for the formation of an industrial hemp commission to manage the state’s pilot program. The commission will issue paid permits (their number and geographic distribution are still to be determined), establish a reporting system for growers and ensure compliance with federal law. Also included in the industrial hemp bill is a plan to establish research partnerships with N.C. State University and North Carolina A&T University, as well as to conduct studies on economic potential and best agricultural practices.

Growing business

To be clear, it is already legal, with the correct paperwork, to process hemp in North Carolina into any of its thousands of derivative products, such as food products, hygiene items, textiles, building materials and biofuel. But for decades, North Carolinians have been forbidden to grow hemp. Instead, companies have relied upon neighboring states and other countries, including leading exporter China and dozens of other nations, for their hemp needs. To capitalize on the new legislation, then, will require action from North Carolina’s farming community.

“Between thousands of acres of unused farmland and vacant textile mills in every county, this is a true, unrecognized economic opportunity for our region,” Butler says, but “it’s not even on [farmers’] radar.”

Aspiring grower Claudia Townsend says she has applied to attend the Organic Growers School’s new year-long Farm Beginnings course with hopes of launching a hemp farm, despite the school’s current lack of hemp-specific expertise. Until now, local landowners have been hesitant to discuss leasing her a space for the venture, but Townsend is hopeful that legalization will legitimize her proposals.

Butler says he hadn’t heard any interest from WNC farmers in growing hemp until his inaugural HempX festival last month, but “farmers are starting to engage,” he says, noting an uptick in hemp-related inquiries since news of the legislative progress.

Molly Nicholie, Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project’s local food campaign program director, reports a similar silence in ASAP’s network, adding: “I think that a lot of [farmers] don’t want to put time into thinking about it until it’s legal [and they] will sit back and watch other folks do it until they see if it’s worth their time.”

Meanwhile, Western North Carolina companies that are particularly hip to hemp have been eagerly awaiting the opportunity to tighten the geographic spread of their supply chains.

Smiling Hara Tempeh co-owner Chad Oliphant, for example, sourced hemp from Canada for the company’s pilot batches of Hempeh before partnering with farmer Mike Lewis‘ Growing Warriors Project in Kentucky. Oliphant says Smiling Hara will be looking to purchase from North Carolina growers as soon as it’s feasible, but he expects that to take a few years.

“I have been involved with hemp farmers in Kentucky, and we are still figuring out logistics such as processing, transport and pricing,” he says. “It will be interesting to see how quickly the industry will be able to develop in North Carolina.”

Similarly, Plant chef Jason Sellers says buying regional hemp would “inspire me to use more of it in the kitchen.”

Asheville’s Alembic Studio LLC designs and implements hempcrete buildings across North America and in New Zealand using hemp from the latter, but “we have long anticipated the opportunity to be able to source this product from our own state,” says Timothy Callahan, Alembic technical design analyst and master builder.

Sara Day Evans, founding director of Accelerating Appalachia, says aspiring hemp entrepreneurs are inquiring about participating in her organization’s next nature-based business accelerator program. “We have applicants from Kentucky, West Virginia and North Carolina — all doing hemp. Most of them are actually small processors, which is good,” she says.

Notably, publicly traded organization Hemp Inc. recently purchased one of the nation’s only decortication machines — a specialized piece of equipment used to break hemp into fiber and hurd for further processing. The company then relocated the asset to a subsidiary in Spring Hope (located in Nash County, which the industrial hemp bill’s sponsor Collins represents).

In light of the disparity in interest to date between WNC farmers and local commercial users, Butler says his team may soon hold information sessions on potential hemp opportunities.

BREAK IT DOWN: A decortication machine at Industrial Hemp Manufacturing, LLC in Spring Hope — the largest such piece of equipment in the states, according to the company — breaks raw hemp into its component parts for further processing. The plant is located in Nash County, the district Industrial Hemp Bill sponsor Rep. Jeff Collins represents.

To plant or not to plant

Even if they are interested in pursuing hemp as an auxiliary or main crop, farmers will find it difficult to unearth conclusive figures on hemp’s demand and profitability, due to piecemeal studies. Further, differing strains of hemp are better for different end uses, meaning aggregate hemp figures may not be meaningful for each submarket.

Allowing for limited data, the previously mentioned CRS study “Hemp as an Agricultural Commodity” estimates nearly $36.9 million in U.S. imported seeds and fibers (predominantly used as manufacturing inputs), which represents a sixfold increase since 2005. Annual sales for U.S. hemp-based products made with those seeds and fibers, along with other hemp-related imports, exceed $580 million.

After Kentucky took advantage of the 2014 Farm Bill’s deferral to state laws, Lewis became the first person in the country to legally grow hemp. He says his crops are “well-adjusted and perform just fine without any fertilizer,” although fertilizer was used as part of trials.

Strains for both food and fiber performed well on his land, but he says other farmers growing strains with high levels of CBD (a nonpsychoactive cannabinoid being researched for potential medicinal applications) had trouble with spider mites.

With proper planning, growers can get multiple harvests in a single year, but Lewis notes that his back-to-back plantings drew twice the nutrients from the soil. “The economic feasibility still needs to be determined,” he says.

The National Hemp Association’s website, meanwhile, credits the plant for requiring few pesticides and returning nutrients to the dirt, reading: “Hemp has been grown on the same soil for 20 years in a row without any noticeable depletion of the soil.”

Despite hemp’s attributes and his belief in the potential for profits, Lewis says he’s still traversing the learning curve.

“I don’t anticipate making any real farm gate income from my crops for another two years,” he says. “The problem we currently have is a bottleneck of [general agriculture product] processors. The only processors are very large in scale, many requiring 50,000 acres of product a year.”

“That type of production level ultimately keeps family farms as price-takers,” he continues. “If we are really going to see the real economic potential of this crop realized, it will need to be grown, processed and sold as locally as possible. Otherwise we are playing into the commodity markets, and that doesn’t usually equal profits for a small-scale producer like me.”

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Multi-Dimensional Approach Cements Latitude 360, Inc. (LATX) in Entertainment, Upscale Casual Dining and Fantasy Sports Market

October 5, 2015

From entertainment and food to overall guest experience, Latitude 360 is all about a multi-dimensional approach that increases corporate and shareholder value. Latitude 360 is an award-winning pioneer of a dining and entertainment venues that blend premier upscale casual dining with a variety of entertainment choices such as luxury bowling, dine-in movies, high definition sports and more.

In addition to the key offerings mentioned above, each 360 location include Las Vegas-style live performance showroom, a feature bar hosting the area’s top musicians and/or DJs, game arcade, and luxury cigar lounge, and many choices of private meeting space. Through agreements with Monster Beverages (NASDAQ:MSNT) and Pepsico (NYSE:PEP), and paired with an impressive menu ( from its Latitude 360 Grille, Latitude 360 is committed to creating a branded “360 Experience” that encourages customer loyalty and word of mouth marketing.

The company also recently added dimension to its payment options via partnership with MyCheck, a mobile payment technology platform. The Latitude 360 mobile app, scheduled for launch in October, will allow guests to easily order beverage and dessert items off the menu, reorder other items already on their check, and then easily view, split their bill with friends, and pay using multiple linked payment methods such as Apple Pay (NASDAQ:AAPL). Guests will also be able to view their status and redeem benefits from their Latitude 360 Membership and Rewards program — all from the Latitude 360 app their smartphone.

Launched in 2014, Latitude 360’s monthly club membership program provides guests with a cache of monthly entertainment assets at a value price, as well as exclusive access to a 360 Club Concierge service – all for a monthly fee. The program has quickly grown to more than 5,000 monthly paying members.

Latitude 360 also recently expanded its entertainment offerings with the recent partnership and pending acquisition of Major League Fantasy (MLF), a leader in the daily fantasy sports industry, and concurrently launched its own branded daily fantasy sports service: “360 Fantasy Live” ( By adding yet another dimension to its existing locations, “360 Fantasy Live” enables Latitude 360 to drop anchor in the rapidly growing fantasy sports market, which is expected to reach $6 billion-$10 billion by year-end 2016. With this offering, Latitude 360 is now one of the first live, multimedia venues to offer in-house, high-stakes, competitive daily fantasy events.

How do you house such a multi-dimensional operation under one roof? Lots and lots of space. Latitude 360’s current venues range from 35,000-85,000 square feet packed full of eating and entertainment options that appeal to a broad base of guests, private events and corporate clients.

You’ll find a Latitude 360 location in Jacksonville, Florida, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Indianapolis, Indiana, each of which is highly focused on providing a branded “360 EXPERIENCE.” Latitude 360 also currently operates two additional locations under management agreements in Syracuse, New York, and Saucon Valley, Pennsylvania, under the Revolutions brand – These locations will be rebranded as Latitude 360 venues in the fourth quarter of this year.

Topping off its multi-dimensional approach to brick and mortar expansion, increased corporate and shareholder value, and growing entertainment options, is a visionary management team with a diverse line of experience. Under this leadership, Latitude 360 anticipates opening additional 360 venues in major cities overseas and domestically.

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Cherubim Interests, Inc. (CHIT) Engages Consulting Firm to Bolster Development of Controlled Agriculture Technology

Cherubim Interests, development-stage alternative construction and real estate development company, this morning reported its partnership with consultation and research and development firm Dgrass Enterprises. Based in Eugene, Oregon, Dgrass will assist Cherubim and its BudCube Cultivation Systems (“BCS”) subsidiary with their growth strategy to further develop the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for BCS technology.

Dominic Grasseth, CEO of Dgrass Enterprises, is a successful professional business owner, entrepreneur, consultant, master gardener and horticultural expert within the cannabis industry. Specializing in cultivation, production, extract, grow room design, consultation, and industry wide retail and wholesale equipment sales, Cherubim said Grasseth brings “a highly focused, well rounded and unique amount of hands-on experience to the industry.”

Grasseth has more than 16 years of combined indoor and outdoor growing experience, and in 2010 opened The Greener Side of Life, a retail and wholesale garden supply company in Eugene.

“We are thrilled and honored to have Dgrass Enterprises and as partners in this venture” said Cherubim CEO Patrick Johnson. “Dominic is one of the most skilled businessmen that I know in the industry and has the skins on the wall to prove it. We are excited about the bright future that lies ahead for us.”

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) Engages DreamTeamNetwork Investor Relations Services

OurPet’s Company, a leading proprietary pet supply company, announces that it has engaged the corporate communication and investor relation services of DreamTeamNetwork (“DTN”). Based in Austin, Texas, DTN has assisted more than 300 public companies with their efforts to implement strategic investor relations, and digital and social media communications campaigns.

“OurPet’s Company continues to gain visibility among the public and investment communities, and we want to supplement our efforts with a social-media focused powerful communication strategy,” stated Scott Mendes, CFO of OurPet’s Company. “We’re excited to partner with DreamTeamNetwork to deliver on this mission and help us attain a larger and more effective information distribution strategy that accurately relays our progress and upcoming initiatives to existing and potential shareholders.”

Using a precise blend of investor relations and public relations, DTN will leverage its family of unique and far-reaching brands, along with an extensive network of partners, daily and weekly newsletters, social media channels, blog and other outreach tools, to strengthen OurPet’s social media activity and communication.

DTN will also assist OurPet’s in establishing a mobile version of the Company’s website, as well as build an email marketing program to optimize the conversion rate of traffic. Together, these efforts will provide OurPet’s maximal exposure to the investment community via social media, message board platforms and far-reaching key distribution points.

“We’re honored to come alongside OurPet’s to maximize the Company’s online outreach and communication efforts,” stated DTN Managing Director Michael McCarthy. “Our role with this new partnership is to synchronize OurPet’s communication efforts and provide the investment community a thorough look at the Company’s management, operations, initiatives and achievements.”

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