TOTALLY HEMP CRAZY (OTCMKTS:THCZ) continues to fall as it has failed to supply investors with a fresh bout of information. The only update from the company came last week when it had officially welcomed four new distributors for its popular Rocky Mountain High hemp-infused beverage distribution team.
Exploring and extending to new regions
In a press note, founder of the company, Jerry Grisaffi notified the addition of Mad Beez LLC, which will target the Minneapolis-Saint Paul region in Minnesota. Mad Beez LLC is led by Mark Miles.
TOTALLY HEMP CRAZY (OTCMKTS:THCZ) emphasized the importance of having Mad Beez on its distribution team as it’s rich history of serving to Minneapolis-Saint will benefit the company and allow it reach the people of the thickly populated regions in the State.
At the same time, Grisaffi also drew attention to the inclusion of Hemp Global Products Inc. on the company’s distribution team. Hemp Global will lead the company’s distribution at Grand Rapids, Michigan region. The Epic Group in Ft. Wayne and 4orth Enterprises in Fort Worth were the other two distributors to join in the task of distributing Rocky Mountain High Products.
Setting high goals
During the press note, Mad Beez’s Mark Miles shared the positive results obtained from the test marketing of Rocky Mountain High Hemp beverages at the its covered locations. He affirmed that the test results served as a base for high sales expectations. On the other hand, Hemp Global’s CEO Izzy Quintanilla also expressed hope that TOTALLY HEMP CRAZY (OTCMKTS:THCZ)’s Rocky Mountain High product will garner strong attention in Michigan, which has Medical Marijuana Program running since 2008.
4orth Enterprises’ CEO Prajwal Bohara expect to derive advantages from RHINO Marketing social media campaign that is set to be introduced in Austin. Also, Austin’s progress towards acceptance and approval of Medical Marijuana bill is a positive event for the company, as per Bohara. The stock of TOTALLY HEMP CRAZY (OTCMKTS:THCZ) extended its fall by 3.28% to $0.191 during the last day’s trade.