Hemp Inc. (OTCPK: HEMP) said that its medical marijuana consulting firm has signed a partnership agreement with a health and wellness company known as Pazoo (OTCPK: PZOO).
The two companies have entered an agreement to provide lab testing facilities that will make sure marijuana and cannabinoids uphold a high level of quality and consistency. The facilities will, therefore, go a long way in protecting the end user from contamination and irregularities that may be associated with the products.
The consultant deal dictates that Industrial Hemp and Medical Marijuana Consulting Company, Inc., or “IHMMCC” for short, will offer consulting services to Pazoo specifically within Hemp’s area of expertise and marketing strategy in the marijuana industry. This will help in identifying funding sources as well as generating capital and offering business guidance at a public level. Hemp, Inc CEO Bruce Perlowin stated that the partnership with Pazoo presents huge opportunities for the two firms on numerous diverse levels. It is also structured in the different marijuana sectors in the legal marijuana industry where massive growth opportunities have been cropping up.
David Cunic, the CEO of Pazoo added that his company is excited to be working hand-in-hand with Hemp, Inc. He pointed out that the overall vision of the partnership is wellness and health in line with Pazoo’s target of making sure that patients receive the safest products. The Pazoo CEO also added that the election year is rapidly approaching, and therefore a lot of growth is expected in the industry. Pazoo aims to work with the best in the industry not only for its benefits, but also so that future investors and shareholders can reap the benefits.
Hemp, Inc. has started to team up with other businesses so that it can foster communities that legally grow cannabis. These communities cover about 160 acres where each eco-village grows about 1 acre of hemp adjacent to ponds, natural beehives, and organic gardens. Perlowin revealed that they had already commenced building the first community in Arizona, north of Kingman. So far 500 acres have already been identified for the project.
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