TOTALLY HEMP CRAZY (OTCMKTS:THCZ) introduced the new ‘Snowflake’ can design for Rocky Mountain High. The product is going to be offered to national account retailers in the U.S. The new graphic has been redesigned after many national retail accounts demanded for a can design that would have increase appeal to the retail consumers. Tom Shuman, the CEO and President said that company’s original “hemp leaf logo can” will continue to remain the primary can design. It will be made and distributed aimed at the Totally Hemp’s primary demographic group.
Totally Hemp also reported that the company has given additional distribution rights to M&S Up North Distributing for Iowa, Colorado and North and South Dakota. Shawn Burkel, the CEO of M&S Up, stated that they have established new warehouse locations and offices in each state. The only exception in the list is South Dakota, which for now will be serviced from distribution firm’s Iowa and North Dakota warehouses.
Burkel further added that they are thrilled with the new expanded distribution base of Totally Hemp products. They are confident that accomplishment of their current corporate strategy will results in remarkable sales performance in the new territories. The CEO credited the huge success with Rocky Mountain High products to terrific sales team. They worked hard in getting the hemp beverages into retailers’ hands.
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The founder of Totally Hemp, Mr. Jerry Grisaffi said that with the selection of new distribution territories, the company’s lead product Rocky Mountain High will be available in nineteen states. They are rapidly approaching towards the meeting of their goal of being present in all of the continental U.S. by the end of the year.
In last trading session, the stock price of Totally Hemp gained over 1% to close the trading session at $0.103. The gains came at a share volume of 2.55 million compared to average share volume of 3.70 million.