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MIT Holding, Inc. (MITD) Offering High Quality Care at Reduced Costs through Home-Based Recovery Options

July 23, 2015

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MIT Holding specializes in providing value-based healthcare options anchored by a commitment to strong customer service, excellent quality of care and improved quality of life for patients. In particular, the company is a trusted provider of home-based infusion services, enabling access to an expansive medical market. According to a report by Harris Williams & Co., the United States home infusion market is currently valued at $15.9 billion and is expected to grow to $26.7 billion within the next five years. This market growth is projected to come as payers continue to recognize the significant financial benefits of performing infusion services in the home, which can provide as much as 90 percent savings over those performed in a hospital setting.

“Our in-home health recovery business, which facilitates and assists patients from the time of their release from a hospital through to a full in-home recovery, is now in place,” Tommy Duncan, president of MITD, stated in a news release. “Our target audience is focused on those needing infusion for recovery.”

Currently, a large population of the potential home infusion market is being forced to visit hospitals in order to receive vital care. This is because of outdated Medicare guidelines that block payment for infusion drug patients that are treated at home. As a result, some patients are forced to endure daily hospital visits, costing the government an extra $585 million, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. However, these issues could be nearing a resolution.

In January, the Obama Administration announced plans to transition more than $100 billion in annual Medicare costs into value-based contracts designed to curb spending growth without reducing quality of care. This plan could be great news for MITD, as the company continues to realize strong market growth within the national healthcare industry. In 2014, MITD demonstrated its growth potential as it recorded an increase of more than $1.1 million in net income from operations.

As the national healthcare industry continues its shift toward value-based care, MITD is in a strong strategic position to promote sustainable growth moving forward. For prospective shareholders, the company’s proven home care services could provide a platform for favorable returns in the months to come.

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Galenfeha (GLFH) Primed for Vigorous Growth with Polished Management Team

An organization or business is only as good as its management – poor leadership can drive a stellar company into the ground while efficient leadership can breathe life into dead structure. Fort Worth, Texas-based Galenfeha, an engineering, manufacturing and product development company, is led by an experienced team of professionals who knows what it takes to run a successful corporation.

President and CEO Lucien Marioneaux Jr., in addition to owning and operating Marioneaux Law Firm, a private general law practice specializing in estate planning and general corporate representation including transactions and litigation, also holds various real estate and oil and gas positions along with a variety of private equity holdings in business and industry throughout Texas and Louisiana.

This hands-on experience is aptly suited to guide Galenfeha’s contractual engineering services and proprietary products through mainstream oil and gas production sites and into the hands of oil and gas producers.

Marioneaux has enjoyed a 15-year prominent legal career throughout the State of Louisiana and previously held the position of senior director of Security, Risk Management and Regulatory Compliance for L’Auberge du Lac Casino Resort for which he directed all operations within those departments. Marioneaux was responsible for all aspects of the property regulatory compliance program for the State of Louisiana, the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (Title 31) and Sarbanes-Oxley. He directed all general liability and workers compensation matters and worked closely with outside and corporate legal counsel to ensure efficient and effective resolution. In 2008, he was part of the team which implemented a major property expansion at L’Auberge. The $67 million project included a nine-story hotel tower with 250 rooms.

Marioneaux is active in the Louisiana Bar Association, the Shreveport Bar Association, the DeSoto Parish Bar Association, the Louisiana Casino Association and the Louisiana District Attorney’s Association where he has the unique experience of working directly with local, state and federal governmental and elected officials on issues important to these various interests. He has served as co-chair of the Southwest Chamber of Commerce’s Governmental Affairs Committee and was a visiting professor for McNeese State University where he taught The Legal Environment of Business.

Galenfeha’s chairman of the board James Ketner also has an impressive resume of relevant experience that supports the company’s partnerships with global corporations and provides a high caliber of in-house consulting. With more than 26 years of experience as the director and chief executive officer of public and non-public corporations, Ketner has spent most of his professional career as a contract consulting engineer for Fortune 500 multinational companies.

He has a successful track record of directing public companies, securities law, domestic and international regulatory agencies, operations streamlining, maximizing productivity, and directing companies to achieve record profitability through increased efficiency and productivity with state of the art technology. Ketner is a resourceful decision-maker combining strong leadership and organizational skills with the ability to direct programs throughout the design and manufacturing processes.

Ketner started his career as a numeric control programmer at General Dynamics, and in 1991 embarked on his own as a consultant. Since then, he has racked up an impressive list of heavy-hitting clients for which he has done contractual consulting work, including General Dynamics, Pratt and Whitney, Boeing, Lockheed, Daimler Chrysler, Fiat, Honda Research and Development, Rockwell, Sikorsky Aircraft, Embraer SP, and Dassault/Falcon Jet.

Ketner has traveled extensively and is well versed in conducting business in North and South America. Ketner founded Kelyniam Global, Inc. where he was responsible for taking the company public, receiving FDA 510(k) approval, and commercially launching the products.

Marioneaux and Ketner are backed by a diverse and equally as experienced team of directors fully committed to the success of Galenfeha. Together, these individuals will lead the company through its anticipated vigorous growth in overall product sales for 2015, driven by an increased market acceptance of its products, embedded battery technology within its chemical injection pumps, and the introduction of its technology outside the petroleum industry.

With combined decades of experience, Galenfeha’s key management and directors enable the company to offer the most dynamic maneuverability when it comes to product development, engineering and manufacturing.

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Continental Stock Transfer & Trust Providing Unmatched Accessibility to Midsize Emerging and Growth Firms

Continental Stock Transfer & Trust stands apart from today’s mega-agents by living up to its reputation as the industry’s most accessible agent. With more than 50 years of industry experience, the company is a leading provider of uniquely tailored business solutions that meet the specific needs of midsize emerging and growth firms. Continental’s consistent dedication to businesses with 50,000 shareholders or fewer has helped it greatly expand its share of the market, establishing a position as the fourth largest agent in the United States. This significant industry presence is met with unparalleled personal attention for each and every customer, which has helped Continental remain at the top of the industry in terms of client satisfaction year-after-year.

The company’s true strength comes from its people, which include some of the industry’s most experienced figures. In addition to providing the knowledge customers trust, Continental’s top-level management staff is available to assist clients 24 hours a day, seven days a week, providing a level of responsiveness that its competitors simply can’t match.

Leading the company’s senior management team is Steven Nelson, President and Chairman of Continental. Nelson, along with the remaining members of the executive team, is heavily involved in the company’s day-to-day organizational and administrative issues, as well as the overall management of client initiatives, ensuring a relentless dedication to client satisfaction. In total, Continental’s senior management team has more than 2.5 centuries of combined industry experience, making it among the most seasoned in the transfer agent community.

When searching for a transfer agent to manage the needs of growing businesses, the industry has continued to turn to Continental for its hands-on approach to client satisfaction. This approach has helped the company achieve a host of recognition, including claiming the Transfer Agent Leader Overall North America (TALON) Award for four straight years.

By expertly removing the types of obstacles that can impede growth, Continental helps its clients reach their full market potential. Building on this reputation, the company is in a strong position to remain a force in the transfer agent industry for the foreseeable future.

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On the Move Systems (OMVS) Exploring Potential Locations to Launch Shared Economy Courier Service

On the Move Systems says it is actively seeking potential locations to launch its proposed online, on-demand courier service, marking the next step in the company’s ongoing efforts to “revolutionize” the logistics industry utilizing the increasingly popular shared economy business model.

The company recently signed a milestone letter of intent for the design of its innovative “Uber for Trucking” platform. Now the company is focusing on the express courier business –which industry watchers peg at an $86 billion industry – a market that offers a range of revenue possibilities for firms wanting to ride the shared economy wave sweeping America.

“The shared economy model has greatly altered the way companies and individuals do business today,” OMVS CEO Robert Wilson stated in the news release. “It’s also become increasingly mainstream and accepted. Companies and consumers are no longer hesitant to work with shared economy firms. Instead, they now seek them out as they understand the shared economy business model is more efficient and cost-effective than traditional models.”

OMVS says it will initially concentrate on east and West Coast urban centers, and in Texas, as major cities have been the most eager to embrace shared economy services, such as Uber, Lyft and Airbnb. Urban areas also offer larger pools to draw potential courier drivers seeking income in a flexible workforce arrangement.

Amid rising popularity of the design, analysts estimate the total market for shared economy services at $450 billion. OMVS notes that PriceWaterhouseCoopers surveys indicate nearly half of all Americans are aware of shared economy services and 72 percent see themselves patronizing such a business sometime in the next two years.

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Aristocrat Group Corp. (ASCC) Commences Production of Bag-in-Box Vodka Packaging

As the Aristocrat Group gears up to launch its new Big Box Vodka, the company today says it has initiated production on the innovative packaging for its “bag-in-box” spirit. Once production is complete on the first run of packaging, it will be shipped to ASCC’s partner distillery in Idaho, where the spirit will be bagged, boxed and shipped out to retailers.

The idea behind Big Box Vodka’s unique packaging was to make the new product stand out against other vodkas on the shelf. Big Box Vodka’s packing is composed of microflute cardboard, which provides superior durability and insulation. Each box contains a spouted, inner beverage bladder that can be removed for faster cooling times.

“A unique packaging concept was central to the development of this new product, so we’ve taken as much care to ensure the quality of packaging production as we have with the distillation process,” ASCC CEO Robert Federowicz stated in the news release. “No other bag-in-box spirit features a waxed-cardboard box that can serve as the product’s own disposable ice chest. We’re very excited for consumers to have a chance to try out this groundbreaking product for themselves.”

The ultra-premium vodka within the unique packaging is made in the U.S. using Idaho winter wheat and pure Rocky Mountain water in a four-column distillation process. Each box contains 1.75 liters—more than double the amount inside traditional 750 ml bottles – without taking up more space.

ASCC plans to debut Big Box Vodka this summer at retail outlets in California, Nevada, Florida, Louisiana and Texas, representing a huge population of more than 90 million people. The company’s flagship brand, RWB Ultra-Premium Handcrafted Vodka, is already available online and at many bars and retailers.

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In recent months, SNET has made considerable progress in the exploration and development of its promising leasehold. In May, the company announced its discovery of rare earth mineralization on the property, confirming the commercial potential of the project moving forward. Earlier this month, SNET outlined a comprehensive four phase exploration plan to further study the area and continue identifying its production potential. The company plans to begin the first phase of its plan, which focuses on prospecting and identifying new targets, in the coming weeks.

“We are thrilled to be sending a team back up to the Eldor property,” Anne Carioti, chief executive officer of SNET, stated in a news release. “Last year showed us SNET is on the right track, even with the limited time in the area due to snow. More sampling and targeting will help the second phase be even more productive.”

With an established presence in the rare earth elements industry, SNET is in a strong position to capitalize on the continued growth of the market in the months to come. In addition to playing a key role in the technology industry, rare earth elements have become an increasingly prominent concern for the U.S. government. According to the Department of Defense’s (DoD) 2015 stockpile report, a number of these important minerals will need to be stockpiled in order to address future defense-related needs.

“This report is just further validation of what we at our company already believe… [I]t is important for us to continue work on our property and prepare for mining materials that are commercially viable, necessary and, as we also read in the DoD report, strategic for our country,” stated Chuck Wagner, president of SNET.

Despite the limited mining season due to winter weather, SNET is making strong progress toward the development of its promising leasehold. For prospective shareholders, the company’s growing presence in the vital rare earth elements industry makes it an intriguing investment opportunity.

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Adaptive Medias, Inc. (ADTM) Providing Cross-Platform Advertising Solutions to Meet the Needs of the Multi-Screen World

Adaptive Medias is a leading provider of mobile video delivery and monetization solutions for publishers, content producers and advertisers. The company’s proprietary Media Graph platform provides the necessary tools for clients to easily and effectively monetize digital video across all screens through a single centralized solution. As one of the first digital video players built specifically for the mobile world, ADTM’s platform enables ad servers to use a single response format across multiple publishers and video players, effectively streamlining digital marketing efforts while addressing a full range of devices.

In addition to its seamless device integration, ADTM provides value to marketers through access to its leading programmatic marketplace. As an established presence in the growing programmatic marketing industry, ADTM could be in a strong position to realize considerable growth in the months to come. Programmatic ad buying is an increasingly popular automatic alternative to traditional digital advertising purchasing methods. According to a report by CMO, programmatic ad spending in the U.S. topped $10 billion in 2014, and that figure is expected to double by 2016. Of that spending, more than 44 percent was attributed to mobile marketing solutions.

Earlier this month, ADTM provided an update on its recent market progress. In order to promote improved gross margins, the company announced a shift in focus toward its industry-leading Media Graph platform, leaning less on its lower-margined marketplace solutions. This strategy, in addition to ADTM’s recently implemented cost reduction plan and strong revenue pipeline, is expected to help the company achieve positive cash flow earlier than previously anticipated.

“We took a number of important actions in the first half of 2015 to support our long-term growth,” Omar Akram, president and chief financial officer of ADTM, stated in a news release. “These actions include the continued rollout of our Media Graph platform, a reduction in operating costs and securing additional capital… [enabling] the company to accelerate revenue growth, improve margins and slow our burn rate moving us closer to profitability.”

In the first quarter of 2015, ADTM gave prospective investors a preview of its market potential by posting significantly improved results. The company realized a 60 percent year-over-year increase in revenues for the period, which is traditionally the quarter with the lowest advertising spending of the year. Moving forward, ADTM will look to build on these strong results, leveraging its refocused business strategy in order to promote sustainable returns in the future.

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AmbiCom Holdings, Inc. (ABHI) Leveraging Strategic Partnerships to Expand Market Potential of Innovative Optimization Solutions

July 22, 2015

AmbiCom Holdings, through the release of its proprietary Veloxum PC Active Optimization software, is tapping into a global market valued at almost $69 billion. The company’s groundbreaking software is specially designed to evaluate PC functions and resources in order to improve performance and enhance the end user experience. With its automatic adjustments, users can achieve significant reductions in boot times, as well as considerable improvements to overall speed of application performance.

In an effort to increase adoption of its optimization solution, AmbiCom recently teamed with PC Drivers Headquarters (DHQ), a leading provider of automated support products that update and maintain a complex list of drivers on home PC products for over four million active users. By integrating AmbiCom’s Active Optimization software into its PC driver support, DHQ greatly increased the company’s access to the global computing market.

“We believe every PC can benefit from tuning, and our Active Optimization delivers that benefit quickly and effortlessly,” Kevin Cornell, president of AmbiCom, stated in a news release. “Our partner, DHQ, understands the consumer market and has created a platform that delivers Active Optimization to the consumer marketplace.”

Following the limited release of its consumer product in early April, AmbiCom wasted no time in making a significant market impact. Within three weeks, the company had secured a database of over 1.2 million distinct users, paving the way for strong financial results to close out the quarter. During the fiscal quarter ending April 30, AmbiCom was able to achieve a quarter-over-quarter increase in gross profit of more than 170 percent.

“[W]e are very pleased with both the market acceptance and functionality of our new cloud offering,” continued Cornell. “I expect us to add more than one million new paying customers in our first full year of operation.”

Earlier this month, AmbiCom built upon its financial progress by announcing the release of a cloud-based Active Optimization offering targeted at managed service providers (MSPs). As businesses continue to shift toward cloud-based IT services, the market potential for the company’s remote optimization functionality is likely to expand. Currently, it is estimated that there are 30,000 MSP firms worldwide generating approximately $251 billion in revenue, according to a study by

Continued dedication to innovation has helped AmbiCom achieve a formidable position within the PC optimization market. Leveraging the immense distribution opportunities afforded by its collection of strategic partnerships, the company appears to be well on its way to achieving strong market growth in the coming years. For prospective shareholders, AmbiCom’s recent successful releases of its respective Active Optimization solutions could foreshadow an opportunity to promote sustainable returns moving forward.

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Latitude 360, Inc. (LATX) Expanding Presence in Restaurant Industry through Operation of Innovative Dining and Entertainment Venues

Latitude 360 combines premier upscale casual dining with state-of-the-art entertainment to create cutting-edge destinations that appeal to a broad base of consumers and corporate clients. The company currently owns and operates three award-winning venues in Jacksonville, FL; Pittsburgh, PA; and Indianapolis, IN, and it plans to open an additional location in Albany, NY in the coming months. Patrons at Latitude 360 locations have access to a wide variety of dining and entertainment options – including the 360 Grille, the AXIS Bar & Stage, a bowling alley, a game room, an HD sports theater and a dine-in live performance theater.

In recent weeks, Latitude has taken steps toward expanding upon its proven entertainment formula through the planned acquisition of Major League Fantasy, the first and only daily fantasy product with a fully-integrated social network. When completed, this acquisition would give Latitude a platform upon which to establish a strong position in the daily fantasy gaming industry, which is expected to be a $10 billion market by the end of 2016.

“With the potential acquisition of Major League Fantasy, we’re excited to incorporate the best fantasy sports experience into Latitude 360’s unmatched entertainment and dining experience,” Brent Brown, chief executive officer of Latitude 360, stated in a news release. “We at Latitude 360 see it as something our sports fan patrons will definitely enjoy… and our HD sports theaters are a perfect venue for the ‘360 Fantasy LIVE’ daily fantasy sports experience.”

In the first quarter of 2015, Latitude successfully leveraged the marketability of its entertainment destinations to record strong financial results. The company’s gross sales for the period were $6.4 million, which was a 19 percent year-over-year improvement. Additionally, Latitude realized a 4.4 percent increase in net sales, as compared to the first quarter of 2014. These results were bolstered by the company’s entry into the international market, as it signed an international franchise agreement to license its concept for a new location in Qatar.

Moving forward, Latitude will look to continue building on its recent industry growth in order to promote sustainable returns in the future. As the company continues to add revenue through the sale of premium memberships to its locations, it is in a strong position to capitalize on the overall stability of the restaurant industry. For prospective shareholders, Latitude’s recent performance makes it a viable investment option that offers the possibility of tremendous upside for the foreseeable future.

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Appalachian Mountain Brewery, Inc. (HOPS) Strategically Positioned to Grow with Booming Craft Brewing Market

There’s no doubt about it; the craft brewing business is booming in the United States. Today’s craft beer industry comprises a $20 billion market featuring more than 3,400 brewers around the country, and the fraternity is continuing to expand by more than one brewery with each passing day. According to a report by the Brewers Association, this recent growth has helped craft beers inch above 10 percent of total beer market share, and industry insiders suggest that continued expansion of smaller breweries could help the craft beer market double that percentage in the coming years.

Appalachian Mountain Brewery is capitalizing on this rising market demand through the production and commercialization of a full range of craft beer options. The company’s dedication to excellence has helped it achieve a host of industry recognition for its specialty brews – including claiming top prize at the 2014 ‘Start Up Brewery Challenge’ hosted by Craft Brew Alliance (NASDAQ: BREW) and four medals at the U.S. Open Beer Championships.

In recent months, HOPS has taken major steps toward expanding its distribution network, which should provide a platform for considerable financial growth in the future. In March, the company entered into a distribution agreement with Craft Brew Alliance that allowed HOPS to extend its reach to encompass the majority of its home state of North Carolina. Before the end of 2015, this partnership is also expected to help facilitate additional expansion throughout the Appalachian region, vastly increasing HOPS’s distribution potential.

“We are committed to bringing distinctive, authentic craft beers and brands that are rooted in community and local heritage to beer lovers across the United States,” Andy Thomas, chief executive officer of Craft Brew Alliance, stated in a news release. “North Carolina is one of the fastest-growing craft beer states, and the opportunity for Appalachian Mountain Brewery – which is loved just as much for its delicious brews as its leadership in sustainability and community involvement – is tremendous.”

During the first three months of 2015, the company demonstrated its tremendous market potential by posting an increase in quarter-over-quarter gross profit of nearly 12 percent. Look for HOPS to build on this financial growth moving forward as it continues to leverage the distribution capabilities afforded through its agreement with Craft Brew Alliance. For prospective shareholders, the company’s recent actions could foreshadow an opportunity for sustainable returns in the months to come.

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) – A Fast-Growing Doll Company

July 21, 2015

One World has become a leading provider in the fast-growing doll marketplace by pursuing and growing sales to an underserved minority market. The One World Doll Project, a subsidiary of One World Holdings, produces a unique line of multicultural dolls (the Prettie Girls! dolls) that deliver realistic depictions of modern-day American kids who come from a host of diverse neighborhoods, including the African American, Latina and South Asian communities. With the Prettie Girls! dolls, the One World Doll Project has united a play model with a social message that is impactful to young girls and their awareness and development of self-perception.

Over the years, the company has proven that there are many reasons for its continued success:

• The Spot-on Product
Considering the growing demand for dolls that more accurately reflect today’s multi-cultural world, the Prettie Girls! are well positioned to be the “must-have” dolls for years to come and are swiftly becoming the hottest toy product on the market.

• Top Notch Management
Led by a management team with a combined 50-plus years of experience in the doll and toy industry, the company’s leadership has the know-how to assure the Prettie Girls! dolls and the entire One World Doll Project line of toys are of the highest quality and value.

• Celebrity Partnerships and Relationships
Two years ago, in 2013, the One World Doll Project released its first celebrity collector’s doll modeled after Supermodel Cynthia Bailey from The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Since its release, the “Cynthia” doll has been showcased on various television shows, including What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, The Bethenny Show and The Arsenio Hall Show.

• Growing Retail Distribution
Less than one month after the Prettie Girls! dolls were unveiled at the 2014 International Toy Fair in New York City, the One World Doll Project began to secure major online and big box retail distribution deals and continues to do so today.

• International and National Media Coverage
Word is spreading about The Prettie Girls! dolls both domestically and internationally. The dolls have been featured on CNN, The Toy Insider Magazine, The Toy Book,, Dolls Magazine, The Houston Chronicle and LA Radio 94.7 as well as CBC Radio in Canada and in the United Kingdom.

• Constant News Updates
Whether it’s news about The Prettie Girls! dolls being inducted into a museum or the development of new strategic partnerships, One World Holdings strives to keep its fans, customers and shareholders “in the know” by regularly sharing updates about the company’s achievements.

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WRIT Media Group, Inc. (WRIT) Mobile Gaming & Digital Content Distribution Strategy Powered By Deep Bench of Industry Pros

According to recent smartphone market analysis from International Data Corporation, global units shipped rose 16 percent year over year for Q1 2015 to over 334 million. Samsung (OTC: SSNLF) extended its lead over Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) by nearly 6.3 percent market share, due in part to the growing ubiquity of Google’s (NASDQ: GOOGL; GOOG) Android OS, which represented some 81.5 percent of the market last year alone. With tools like Myriad’s Alien Dalvik, a virtual machine port that allows Android apps to be run on non-Android phones, it is little wonder that Google continues to dominate in areas like mobile, traffic acquisition and core search, as indicated by the recent earnings release which trounced analyst expectations, leading to an all-time high of almost $700 a share on July 17, as the company added roughly $65 billion market cap in a single day.

With mobile gaming set to finally overtake the console market by as much as 14.8 percent this year according to Newzoo, generating around $30.3 billion in revenues worldwide, it is important to understand how, in an industry where content is king, the $4 billion and $3 billion Apple and Google pulled down last year respectively, is really just the beginning of what’s to come. Contrast those figures for instance with a company whose very name is historically synonymous with gaming, Nintendo (OTC: NTDOY), which did just $2.4 billion last year and is moving more and more toward portable gaming instead of the console market, and it is easy to see how big mobile gaming already is.

Because content is king in the world of gaming (not to mention the broader world of digital media), the strategy being deployed by WRIT Media Group (OTC: WRIT), which acquired legendary brand Amiga Games in 2013, makes a great deal of sense. The company’s focus on bringing retrogaming content to mobile platforms, as well as to the console, PC and set-top market, building on storied brands like Amiga and Atari, is an ingenious way to tap into this increasingly hot space by publishing classic games which already have an existing fanbase, and which have proven they can resonate with end users. The company has even negotiated a Channel Application Development and Games Distribution Agreement with Roku, whose streaming player set-top box has sold well over 10 million units to date. In this same vein, WRIT’s acquisition of Front Row Networks, which is engaged in production, distribution and financing for a variety of entertainment, such as family programs, music documentaries and live concerts, puts the company is a solid position to capitalize on the increasingly broad array of devices consumers use to enjoy media (as well as capitalizing on the ever-lucrative theatrical release market).

The company’s approach to the rapidly changing digital media market would not be possible without the leadership of guys like Eric Mitchell, WRIT’s chairman and CEO, whose two plus decades of business development, finance and strategic planning expertise are the cornerstone of the company’s over-the-horizon strategy. Historically, Mitchell was instrumental in helping Sony (NYSE:SNE) Pictures Entertainment division, Tri-Star, acquire the theatrical distribution rights for such blockbusters as Cliffhanger ($190 million gross profit worldwide) and the comedy Weekend at Bernie’s II ($5.7 million gross profit), as well as multi-picture distribution rights with Carolco Pictures.

The Carolco deal brought home over $250 million in profits for Sony and led to such Verhoeven classics as Basic Instinct ($303 million gross profit worldwide) and Total Recall ($196 million gross profit worldwide).With over $500 million of production financing arranged across 46 feature films in his role as an advisor to Ascendant Pictures and VIP Media Fund, this Carnegie Mellon University graduate with an M.S. in management from MIT’s Sloan School, provides exceptional guidance at the helm of WRIT, allowing the company to judiciously execute their dual media vectors in mobile gaming and entertainment. And Eric Mitchell is just the tip of the talent iceberg for WRIT Media Group.

Patrick Roberts, WRIT’s president and COO, who heads up the company’s wholly-owned Retro Infinity and Amiga Games subsidiaries, is no less astute, bringing to the table more than 30 years in business development, as well as computer graphics and software development, with a particular emphasis on such key areas as compression and mobile optimization. Having previously developed software for such family entertainment giants as Dreamworks (NASDAQ: DWA) and having been a supervising effects animator for Disney’s (NYSE: DIS) Animation Studios, as well as having won a Vanguard Award for his work as Senior 3D Animator at EDS Digital Studios, Roberts is the kind of visual artist needed to ensure that WRIT’s content looks as good as it feels.

Roberts also co-founded one of the pioneering third-party mobile developers in the industry back in 2002, Lower Mars, which focused on entertainment middleware and smartphone apps for such companies as Nokia (NYSE: NOK) and Motorola (NYSE: MSI). Later, Roberts went on to co-found advisory and development services firm MediaPlasm, which has assisted such media juggernauts as Twenty-First Century Fox (NASDAQ: FOXA;FOX) TV with monetization of their social media and over-the-top content platforms, providing similar services to other big clients and partners, such as Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), and Target (NYSE: TGT).

Behind the lens at WRIT’s entertainment media subsidiary, Front Row Networks, is creative director Andy Morahan, who cut his teeth in the directorial game working with such artists as George Michael and the English electronic pop duo Pet Shop Boys. Morahan later went on to work with such high-end production companies as Propaganda, RSA/Black Dog and Vivid, directing videos for music legends like Aerosmith, Guns’n Roses and Van Halen, as well as world-famous artists like Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney, winning multiple MTV Video Awards for his work.

Morahan didn’t stop there, he branched out into commercial work after establishing himself as a music video director par excellence and scored a homerun right out of the gate, directing the iconic Guess Jeans ad for Great Guns that starred Juliette Lewis and Harry Dean Stanton. A commercial which garnered over 60 awards, including six Clios, a Silver Lion at Cannes, and five D&AD’s (Design and Art Direction). Morahan then went on to direct commercials for clients such as Barclays (NYSE: BCS), Ford (NYSE: F), and Toyota (NYSE: TM), before forming his own shop, Bikini Films, one of the top London-based media production houses in the game today, specializing in commercial and music video production.

Also on the team at Front Row Networks are John Diaz (advisor) and Bob Johnson (strategic business consultant), both of whom have an impressive professional track record. Diaz has more than four decades doing a wide variety of music and video production and distribution, stretching all the way back to his early days as a non-paid stage manager at the original Woodstock festival. One of the top pioneers in events for broadcast and music videos during the heyday of MTV, Diaz has handled television production for domestic and international markets on some of the biggest music events of all time, doing specials for the likes of Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, and The Rolling Stones. One of the first employees at and later an executive VP at VUNET, the internet division of Vivendi (OTC: VIVHY), Diaz has been on the cutting-edge of digital music distribution since the origins of the space.

Johnston on the other hand is a logistics-focused 3D production maven, with a résumé that includes live action feature programming work for top names in the industry like IMAX and Lionsgate. With extensive experience handling everything from budgeting and scheduling, to mapping out post-production workflows on some 300 plus stereoscopic projects, including the requisite capture/playback hardware technical development and consultation for both public and private venues, Johnston is instrumental at Front Row Networks when it comes to keeping projects moving forward and within budget. Considerable work in international markets like Brazil and Korea, where he was vital to getting the 3D market up and running via work with TV Globo and Skylife 3D, underscores a career that also includes physical production and promotion work for massive multi-day music festivals, featuring numerous top 40 acts.

From Barry Manilow and Fleetwood Mac, to Ozzy Ozbourne and Rush, Johnston has been a key asset when it comes to making large-scale events go off without a hitch, and he was also vital in handling various aspects of early tour development for the initial solo tours of such world-renown artists as Lionel Ritchie and Michael Jackson. Add to this Johnston’s experience in frontline project development from commercials and television, to music videos and feature films, where he obtained production credits ranging from production manager/supervisor, to producer/associate producer on big budget gigs for outfits like Disney, Dreamworks, Fox, Paramount and others, and you have the portrait of a top industry professional who brings a great deal of strategic experience and vision to the table at WRIT. Johnston’s portfolio of projects includes such hits as “Alien Resurrection” and the pilot for the “24” TV series starring Kiefer Sutherland.

WRIT Media Group’s strategy is clearly powered by a deep bench of seasoned industry talent and the company deserves a closer look by investors who are interested in playing off the burgeoning mobile gaming and digital content distribution markets.

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Catering to Entertainment and Nutritional Needs of Families with Children

The storybook inception of Giggles N’ Hugs was just as magical as the business it operates on behalf of its shareholders today. When Dorsa and Joey Parsi could not find anywhere to go and have a meal that catered to the needs of their daughter they began to explore the question, ‘why?’

The couple further recognized that all of the “kid friendly” restaurants offered only adult size or high chairs to sit on and they still distributed adult size utensils to use with what could best be described as greasy and unhealthy menu selections. As a mom, Mrs. Parsi was always thinking of ways to make life more fun for her daughter while making it a little easier for herself.

The Parsi’s asked themselves, ‘how can there not be a single restaurant just for kids, yet also parent friendly?’ They envisioned a restaurant concept where parents can enjoy a healthy, delicious meal and the kids can act their age. They theorized as to why they couldn’t go out to dinner somewhere where they didn’t have to keep telling their daughter to sit down and be quiet. Basically, asking children to behave like adults. And as with so many successful business ventures, their idea was in the process of being born out of need.

At Giggles N’ Hugs, going out to dinner no longer means compromising adult standards for those of children. All of the food at Giggles N’ Hugs is made with the finest, freshest quality available. GIGL offers a variety of organic, healthy food which in turn provides parents the peace of mind that their children are eating food that is healthy for them – no questions asked.

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Rainbow Coral (RBCC) Discussing LOI with Canadian Medical Group Regarding Substance Abuse Treatment

The group has developed an effective program to help patients overcome their addiction to alcohol. This two-tiered program first employs medical intervention utilizing a proprietary formulation of Naltrexone then shifts to structured, personalized counseling. The medical intervention enables the addicted patient to end their cravings to drink while followup counseling addresses emotional needs.

The group has reported their unique approach has enjoyed unprecedented success helping people defeat their alcohol addiction.

“This group is doing some wonderful work assisting people to get their lives back from alcohol addiction,” said RBCC CEO Kimberly Palmer. “We are delighted and excited about the potential for good this growing relationship holds, not only for our investors, but for patients too. It falls perfectly into the focus of our important and meaningful research into addiction treatment.”

Substance abuse treatment in Canada, such as alcohol addiction, represents a USD 1 billion market, according to industry analysts. Research indicates Canadians are more at risk for alcohol abuse as they drink 50 percent more alcohol than the global average.

The medical group news follows closely behind RBCC’s proposed letter of intent with another company to distribute Naltrexone in Canada. RBCC has been aggressively pursuing business opportunities in Canada in recent months as the northern nation has proven to be a welcoming market for not only Naltrexone, but other RBCC pursuits such as personalized medicine and adult stem cell research as well.

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New Report Builds Confidence in On the Move Systems’ (OMVS) Proposed On-Demand Courier Platform

On the Move Systems this morning pointed to a recent nationwide survey showing that nearly three out of four Americans were confident they would utilize a shared economy service within the next two years – welcome news for OMVS and its proposed online, on-demand courier platform.

The PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) poll, entitled The Sharing Economy, revealed that nearly half of those surveyed were aware of the shared economy business model, and that four in five thought the concept offered real advantages. The survey took into consideration consumers and corporate executives, plus examined social media, to evaluate the increasingly popular business model’s impact on society and commerce.

“This highly illuminative and noteworthy survey backs what we’ve been finding about the market potential for a shared economy courier service,” OMVS CEO Robert Wilson stated in the news release. “It clearly demonstrates businesses and consumers are aware of the benefits the shared economy offers, and that they are willing, and even planning, to use such services in the near future. These results make us quite optimistic about the potential revenues and growth opportunities for an online, on-demand courier service.”

In recent weeks, OMVS has continued to highlight various reports regarding the rising popularity of the shared economy business model, which is employed by a wide range of industries including taxi services, lodging, tailoring, tool sharing, solar power, and in OMVS’s case, logistics.

OMVS recently signed a milestone letter of intent for design of its innovative “Uber for Trucking” platform and is now looking at establishing a similar system for express courier services. Analysts peg the express courier market at $86 billion.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Continues toward Commercialization of Licensed Micro-Refinery Unit Technology

The flaring and venting of natural gas is a major component of climate change, accounting for approximately 390 million tons of emitted carbon dioxide each year. In 2013, the total amount of natural gas lost during production, including gas that was intentionally flared, amounted to an estimated 65 billion cubic feet, according to a study by the Environmental Defense Fund. That’s enough to adequately meet the heating and cooking needs of approximately 1.6 million homes. Well Power, Inc. (OTCQB: WPWR), through the continued development of its innovative Micro-Refinery Unit (MRU), is working on addressing this issue by providing a financially-viable method of harnessing and utilizing natural gas that would otherwise be wasted.

From a financial standpoint, approximately $50 billion of natural gas is wasted through flaring practices each year, according to World Bank. Despite the value of this natural resource, the costs associated with transport make flaring a favorable alternative in many oil producing regions. The MRU provides the means for on-site processing of the gas, eliminating the need for costly infrastructure while enhancing the value of produced natural gas.

Utilizing a proprietary conversion system, Well Power’s MRU is designed to allow for the transformation of natural gas into a variety of valued end products – including engineered fuels, electric power, heat and ammonia. As a fully mobile solution, the company’s technology can be deployed near the wellhead, making it a financially-viable alternative to excessive gas flaring.

As of its latest update, Well Power remained in the developmental stage with its licensed MRU technology, finalizing preparations to commence distribution throughout the State of Texas before expanding into other geographical areas. As it closes in on the completion of its MRU prototype, Well Power will look to leverage the increasing political and environmental pressure surrounding the flaring practices of the oil and gas industry in order to maximize its market impact.

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The Aristocrat Group Corp. (ASCC) Executing International Distribution with First Shipment into Canada

ASCC advanced on its goals for international distribution this week with its first shipment of RWB Ultra-Premium Handcrafted Vodka to Vancouver, British Columbia, one of Canada’s most important markets for distilled spirit. This comes after months of planning and action to expand the company’s flagship spirit into Canada, where vodka is the most popular distilled spirit category in the country.

ASCC also noted that RWB Vodka will enter the market as a standout, as one of very few distilled spirits products with “gluten-free” on the label in Canada.

“We have targeted Canada for expansion since RWB Vodka’s debut,” ASCC CEO Robert Federowicz stated in the news release. “Growing this brand’s reach has been a primary goal for our company in 2015, and Canadian distribution is an ideal place to start.”

ASCC is executing its expansion following the continued success of RWB Vodka, as well as the impending debut of Big Box Vodka, an ultra-premium bag-in-box distilled spirit. ASCC also recently announced that it expanded its distribution network to include the state of Louisiana.

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Dominovas Energy Corp. (DNRG) Announces Conference Call Following Execution of Sizable Power Provider Agreements in Africa

Dominovas Energy is on a mission to electrify the world, and, in recent weeks, the company has made tremendous progress toward achieving that goal. Following its June execution of a three megawatt multi-year guaranteed power provider agreement (PPA) with the City of David in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Dominovas laid the groundwork for potentially expansive growth through an historic partnership with the United States government on the Power Africa Initiative (PAI).

Last week, the company gave shareholders a taste of the vast growth potential offered through the PAI when it announced a 200 megawatt multi-year guaranteed PPA with the South Kivu Province of the DRC. Through this agreement, Dominovas will provide the equivalent of 20 percent of the total number of fuel cells delivered to the region in the last two decades. Over its multi-year term, the PPA will yield more than $1 billion in guaranteed revenue for the company.

“We have worked diligently to put ourselves in this position to be able to qualify for acceptance in the Power Africa Initiative, which provides us direct partner access to finance partners that share in the mission to provide power to Africa,” Michael Watkins, president and chief operating officer of Dominovas, stated in a news release. “Today, our sales cycle is maturing, our OEM partners are committed and in place, and our revenue and financing model is being received with favor.”

On the heels of its recent market growth, Dominovas announced plans to engage both shareholders and investors through a conference call scheduled for August 13 at 7:00pm EDT. During this call, the company’s management team will be addressing the questions and concerns of interested parties, particularly as they relate to the company’s recent announcements regarding the PAI.

“It is very important at this time to engage directly with our constituency in order to address and answer all questions,” stated Eric Fresh, Sr., vice president of finance and investments with Dominovas. “We understand the significance and importance that an informed shareholder and investor base can have on a company such as ours.”

Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Dominovas is a leading power solutions provider distributing its proprietary RUBICON™ solid oxide fuel cell technology in order to provide clean and efficient electricity production in burgeoning markets around the globe. As a private sector partner of the government-backed PAI, the company is in a strong position to rapidly expand the distribution of its groundbreaking technology in the coming years.

In the months ahead, Dominovas will look to leverage the considerable financing capacity afforded by its inclusion in the PAI in order to achieve sustainable industry growth. For prospective shareholders, the company’s upcoming conference call will provide valuable insight into the market potential of its RUBICON technology moving forward.

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Wisdom Homes of America, Inc. (WOFA) Engages QualityStocks Investor Relations Services

Wisdom Homes of America, an owner and operator of manufactured homes retail centers in Texas, announces that it has engaged the investor relations services of QualityStocks. Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, QualityStocks has assisted more than 300 public companies with their efforts to broaden influence, attract growth capital and improve shareholder value.

“So far, 2015 has been a strong year in terms of brand exposure and growing our revenues,” stated Brent Nelms, president of Wisdom Homes of America. “The market for manufactured housing is flourishing as a growing number of today’s consumers seek-out high quality manufactured homes that won’t break the bank. With Wisdom Homes, aesthetic appeal and solid functionality never have to be sacrificed in the name of affordability. As we continue to grow our physical presence and capture our share of this growing market, we need a loud voice to relay our progress to existing and potential shareholders — we’ve selected QualityStocks to be that voice.”

QualityStocks will use its powerful network of partners, daily and weekly newsletters, social media channels, blog and other outreach tools to raise awareness of Wisdom Homes of America’s current operations, achievements and future expansion plans to the investment community.

“Wisdom Homes of America has an incredible product positioned in a high-potential market, and the proof is in the numbers,” stated QualityStocks Managing Director Michael McCarthy. “As the company previously announced, it is on track to achieve revenues of at least $4 million by year end, its first full year owning and operating its manufactured home retail centers. As a trusted partner, the QualityStocks team will broadcast the brand and its potential to the investment community. Using our vast networks, resources, tools and experience, we will raise awareness of the Wisdom Homes brand and communicate the company’s achievements to current and future investors.”

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GrowBLOX Sciences, Inc. (GBLX) Full-Spectrum Approach to Cannabis Market Rooted in Genetically Pure, High-Grade Strain Cultivation Tech

July 17, 2015

With a legal market size last year of around $2.7 billion, which is projected to expand by a whopping 300 percent over the next four years to around $10.8 billion according to a recent report from ArcView Market Research, the market for cannabis in the U.S. is fueling one of the fastest growing industries the country has to offer. Given that there is yet considerable room for expansion nationwide, as well as positive/widespread consumer sentiment that continues to drive legislative easing of legal restrictions on both medical and recreational use, the industry is primed to blossom nationally, from medical marijuana (MMJ) being legal in just 23 states, D.C. and the territory of Puerto Rico, and recreational use being allowed in Alaska, Colorado, D.C., Oregon and Washington.

The profound benefits of easily tolerable and safe medicines based on established and emerging cannabis science, which have been demonstrated thus far in areas like epilepsy, largely speak for themselves and this vector is an extremely important one for the future of the industry as well, as it will continue to be the narrow end of the wedge for the development of the broader market. This market will eventually contain a rich variety of everything from edibles and extracts by developers like Nutritional High International (OTCQB: SPLIF), to frontline cannabinoid medicines from companies like GW Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: GWPH), such as the multiple sclerosis-related spasticity drug Sativex®, or the recently FDA Orphan Drug Designation approved Epidiolex©, designed to treat severe forms of epilepsy.

Another major driver of legislative reform on this issue has of course been tax revenue and with Washington recently noting how it has successfully emulated Colorado’s own achievements in this area, raking in some $250 million in sales over the past year and realizing around $62 million in excise taxes (a figure 72 percent higher than initially forecast), it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out what the future of the cannabis industry here in America will look like. Indeed, it feels like the end of the alcohol prohibition era to many investors and some of the small to mid-cap companies out there today, who are still just cutting their teeth, could be tomorrow’s juggernauts, rivaling some of the top players in the $170 billion plus U.S. alcoholic beverages market, like Anheuser-Busch InBev (NYSE: BUD), Diageo (NYSE: DEO), and Molson Coors (NYSE: TAP).

The key to maturing into such a juggernaut however is a difficult to pull off combination of visionary business modeling, talented personnel, logistical capacity, marketing, understanding of the end-user dynamics, and most importantly the quality of the product itself. This is where an up-and-coming biopharma development company with strong roots in cutting-edge plant biology and cultivation technology like GrowBLOX Sciences (OTC: GBLX) really shines. With an integrated approach to the market, spanning its proprietary grow technology based on tissue sample-based cloning and a controlled environment that yields consistently high-grade product, which is ideal for both consumers and pharma development purposes alike, through to a well-thought-out commercialization and marketing strategy, GBLX is one of the few “pot stocks” around today with a full-spectrum approach to the industry that could emerge as a one of tomorrow’s sector juggernauts.

By leveraging the company’s proprietary TissueBLOX, GrowBLOX, and CureBLOX platforms, GBLX is able to deliver genetically consistent, high-grade strains of certified raw cannabis materials and blends that will not only resonate with consumers in the end markets and fetch premium prices, while simultaneously priming the pump for accelerated human trialing of cannabis-based medicines. Because the company’s lab-based analytical methods allow GBLX to make precise determinations about key strains and the profile of active ingredients in those strains, and because of the company’s tight post-processing via its ExtractionLAB technology, GrowBLOX Sciences is effectively at the forefront of cannabis drug discovery capabilities, due to its ability to target and cultivate the best strains, and to do so in an environment which eliminates almost all of the variables that otherwise represent risk factors that must be compensated for.

Able to reduce the typical 15 to 20 year development window and billion plus required to bring a new drug to market, GBLX’s accelerated drug discovery program harnesses in-house strain science, the ability to cultivate genetically pure and identical plants, as well as the processing technology needed to rapidly establish FDA FastTrack Approvals or Orphan Drug designations. Moreover, the company’s GBLX-PRO app leverages Big Data harvesting techniques in order to create a real-time feedback loop with end-users, allowing for the rapid establishment of highly coordinated strain profile information, cannabis safety profiling, and usage-based symptom relief data. Cannabis-based medicine development targets run the gamut from cancer treatments, cardio protection, compromised immune system products and inflammation fighters, to indications for treating metabolic syndrome, neurological disorders like epilepsy, and more standard fare such as pain management.

The combination of this accelerated drug discovery pipelining solution with the revenue potential from consistently high-grade materials and blends output to the dispensary market is only the beginning of the story for GBLX though, as the company has already shipped out production-model GrowBLOX units to its GB Sciences Nevada and GB Sciences Puerto Rico operations. With a $1.75 million funding commitment established via Pacific Leaf Ventures to get the company’s 4000 pounds per year Nevada-based Cultivation Lab up and running, as well as a clean, highly-efficient brick and mortar dispensary model known as The Apothecary in the works, and an advanced vending machine on the table that easily rivals or surpasses Medbox’s implementation (OTC: MDBX), GrowBLOX Sciences is already well on its way to becoming one of the top integrated operators in the industry.

Tight branding and marketing at the consumer level, combined with high-grade product and an ability to consistently produced scalable quantities for both direct consumption and drug development will be the keys to GBLX’s long-term success.

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Appalachian Mountain Brewery, Inc. (HOPS) Capitalizing on Rapid Growth of Craft Beer Industry

Appalachian Mountain Brewery is a growing player in the booming craft beer industry. Based in North Carolina, the company produces and distributes award-winning beer from its brewery and tasting room, as well as operates a food truck through its FarmToFlame subsidiary. Together, these two services combine to create a casual dining experience that elegantly balances innovation and sustainability. Additionally, the company plans to begin selling hard cider, which will be created from locally-grown North Carolina apples, through its Appalachian Mountain Cidery subsidiary in the coming weeks.

In recent years, the demand for craft beer has exploded. According to a report by the Brewers Association, craft beer sales grew by 17.6 percent to $19.6 billion in 2014. As a result of this growth, craft beer accounted for 11 percent of total beer sales throughout the United States. This market surge should provide HOPS with an opportunity to record strong financial results as it continues to expand its distribution network moving forward. In the first quarter of 2015, the company gave prospective shareholders a preview of its tremendous market potential when it posted an increase in gross profit of nearly 12 percent, as compared to the previous quarter.

In March, HOPS took a major step toward continued market growth when it announced a distribution agreement with Craft Brew Alliance, Inc. (NASDAQ: BREW), a leading craft brewing company, which will expand the company’s reach across North Carolina and beyond. By the end of 2015, the partnership is expected to facilitate the distribution of HOPS’s most popular brews throughout the Appalachian region.

“[Craft Brew Alliance] has built a phenomenal national network with its wholesaler partners, and we couldn’t be more excited to become a part of it as we continue to grow our business,” Sean Spiegelman, chief executive officer of HOPS, stated in a news release. “Through this agreement, we expect that [Appalachian Mountain Brewery] beer sales will grow exponentially as we increase distribution in key regions.”

With its recent efforts toward expanding its distribution network, HOPS represents an intriguing investment opportunity. Look for the company to leverage the strong performance of the national craft beer industry in order to promote continued financial growth and sustainable investor returns in the months to come.

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FastFunds Financial (FFFC) Subsidiary Receives Product Label Approval

July 16, 2015

FastFunds Financial today announced that its subsidiary, Pure Grow Systems, LLC, has been awarded an EPA Number. This number and its approved general label have been registered in the state of Nevada, allowing Pure Grow to sell its GroClean product within the state. Registration applications have also been filed in Colorado, Michigan, Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin.

“GroClean is just one of the anticipated products in the Pure Grow Systems product line,” FastFunds Financial CEO Harry Fong stated in the news release. “It provides the cannabis growing industry with new technology to clean, sanitize, and disinfect the growing and processing environments of plants and herbs used in the formulation of alternative, botanical, and herbal therapies.”

Pure Grow Systems is dedicated to the healthy production and processing of raw materials used for medicinal or other health-related purposes. When used as directed, GroClean kills mold, mildew, and harmful bacteria, such as salmonella and e-coli, in botanical and horticultural facilities, including hydroponic growing facilities.

Pure Grow Systems is on track to launch its website in 30 to 45 days.

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Rainbow Coral (RBCC) Optimistic of Naltrexone’s Growing Market Potential, Industry Acceptance

Biotech company Rainbow Coral Corp. (RBCC) reports its flagship drug Naltrexone continues to gain widespread acceptance in the medical world as researchers discover more and more practical and beneficial uses for it. As Naltrexone’s acceptance and usage spreads, RBCC expects to enjoy greater revenues from the drug.

“Naltrexone has proven to not only be an effective drug since its debut, but a very versatile one as well,” said RBCC CEO Kimberly Palmer. “And because it has been so beneficial and versatile, it’s also proven to be a product that can generate revenues as it is becoming a standard treatment for many afflictions. We’re optimistic these new markets and growing list of applications will add to the success we’ve had with the drug over the years.”

Initially developed as a means to combat alcohol and opioid addiction, some have found the drug in low doses can also an effective means to treat autoimmune diseases and maladies such as Crohn’s disease, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, and chronic fatigue syndrome. The result is that the market for Naltrexone, already considerable thanks to its successful use against alcohol dependence, could experience strong future growth as additional applications are found.

Drug, alcohol and other addiction rehab is a $35 billion industry in the U.S., with more than 14,000 treatment facilities and 2.5 million patients receiving treatment. Meanwhile, pharmaceutical analysts estimate the market for chronic pain medication to surpass $21 billion by 2022, while sales of Crohn’s disease drugs could top $5.6 billion by 2021, and fibromyalgia treatments may reach $1.9 billion by 2023.

Wisdom Homes of America, Inc. (WOFA) Manufacturing a Solution to Rising Home Prices

Home prices are once again on the rise. According to a report by the United States Census Bureau, the average price of new home sales in May of this year was $337,000, marking the highest May average in recorded history. With statistics such as these in mind, Wisdom Homes of America, Inc. (OTCQB: WOFA) is working to make buying a home more affordable through the commercialization of readily-available manufactured homes in the Lone Star State.

In recent years, the market for manufactured homes has experienced tremendous growth, as more Americans are realizing the financial benefits of prefabricated housing options. In 2014, new manufactured home sales totaled approximately $4.1 billion, representing an increase of nearly 14 percent over the previous year. This surge can likely be attributed to the immense value offered by manufactured home solutions. According to WOFA’s website, home buyers can purchase a three bedroom, two bathroom home with vaulted ceilings and hardwood floors on a half-acre of prime real estate for just $120,000, which is a fraction of the average cost of comparable stick-built houses.

WOFA has leveraged the current condition of the housing market to post strong financial growth in recent months. In the second quarter of 2015, the company’s total revenue exceeded $1.2 million, and it expects to achieve revenues of at least $4 million by the end of the year. These results are particularly impressive when considering that WOFA has yet to complete its first full year of owning and operating home retail centers.

Moving forward, WOFA is in a strong strategic position to continue increasing its share of the national manufactured homes market. For prospective shareholders, the company’s early success in the retail distribution of prefabricated homes could foreshadow an opportunity to realize sustainable returns in the future. Look for WOFA to promote additional growth as it persists toward its goal of opening 30 retail centers in Texas and the surrounding states in the months to come.

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