North American Cannabis Holdings Anticipates 50 Percent Increase In Next Quarter Sales
Dallas, TX – December 19, 2016 – North American Cannabis Holdings, Inc. (USMJ) today announced an anticipated fifty percent (50%) increase in next quarter sales compared to the current quarter. With approximately $500,000 in annual sales and averaging $125,000 in quarterly sales, the Company anticipates realizing an additional $60,000 in sales from January 1st through March 31st.
The Company acquired a health and fitness focused smoothie and restaurant operation last year in 2015 as part of an overall strategy to build its AmeriCanna Cafe business - a cannabis friendly, fast causal restaurant concept. The vast majority of currently reported revenue is realized from the acquired operation and the updates to the operation since its acquisition. The AmeriCanna Cafe is only one of several cannabis enterprise operations under development at North American Cannabis Holdings. Among other pilot enterprise operations, the Company is developing and market testing a variety of fitness, health and wellness supplements that stem from the in house expertise resident within the acquired operation. The Company has recently entered into a distribution agreement with one of its fitness, health and wellness supplements anticipated to add an additional $60,000 in sales next quarter. While the confidence is high that the increase will be realized in the next quarter, at this time, the distribution agreement does not extend beyond the next quarter.
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