TOTALLY HEMP CRAZY (OTCMKTS:THCZ) slide downwards for lack of any new information or update. It was last week when the company had officially announced the addition of four new distributors to its Rocky Mountain High hemp-infused beverage distribution team. In a press note, Jerry Grisaffi, founder of the company welcomed Mad Beez LLC for targetting Minneapolis-Saint Paul region in Minnesota headed by Mark Miles.
Exposure to new regions
The addition of Mad Beez is remarkable for TOTALLY HEMP CRAZY (OTCMKTS:THCZ) as the former’s exposure to Minneapolis-Saint will give the company access to the highly populated regions in the State. Meanwhile, Grisaffi also highlighted that Hemp Global Products Inc. will represent itself at the Grand Rapids, Michigan region. Other than this, The Epic Group in Ft. Wayne and 4orth Enterprises in Fort Worth have also joined the distribution team and is ready to distribute the company’s Rocky Mountain High Products.
During the press release Mad Beez’s Mark Miles said that the test marketing of Rocky Mountain High Hemp beverages at their existing distribution base has returned positive returns that have inspired hopes that the beverage will exceed the estimated sales. Meanwhile, Hemp Global’s CEO Izzy Quintanilla has had experience of distributing hemp beverages in Michigan, where the Medial Marijuana Program was first launched in 2008. Hence, it is widely expected that the first Medical Marijuana law will be enacted in Michigan, where TOTALLY HEMP CRAZY (OTCMKTS:THCZ)’s Rocky Mountain High product is believed to gather a strong hold.
4orth Enterprises’ CEO Prajwal Bohara said that they expect to benefit greatly from the RHINO Marketing social media campaign, which is set to roll out in Austin. Additionally, the new developments with respect to State of Texas progressing towards Medical Marijuana bill approval is also heartening, said Bohara. The stock of TOTALLY HEMP CRAZY (OTCMKTS:THCZ) was down by 3.67% to $0.21 during the Tuesday’s trade.