First American Grower Supported By Title IV of The Jobs Act
OrgHarvest, Inc., A Public Microcap Company
An Advisory Client of DigitalAMN
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OrgHarvest, Inc., a publicly traded company, trading on the OTC Markets under the ticker symbol: ORGH, has recently become an advisory client of DigitalAMN! As with all DigitalAMN client-companies, OrgHarvest can compensate DigitalAMN in cash, stock and/or other valuable consideration.
OrgHarvest, or ORGH, is a recreational marijuana and cannabis cultivation company, focused on providing high quality flower and oils, with high THC values, to retail marijuana stores, manufacturers and other cultivation facilities. OrgHarvest launched operations in Las Vegas, Nevada and is expected to employ a high-tech, 142,000-square-foot glass greenhouse imported from the Netherlands and have a production capacity of approximately 750 pounds per week.
What makes this opportunity really exciting for DigitalAMN, is that OrgHarvest is also a client of TruCrowd Services, LLC, which was engaged to market ORGH’s Reg. A+ offering. As a founding member of TruCrowd Services, LLC, DigitalAMN takes pride in seeing their first Reg. A+ client, be one that made history – ORGH is the first American Grower to qualify for an SEC Reg. A+ offering.
As the first American Grower to qualify for an SEC Reg. A+ offering, under Tier 1, OrgHarvest will conduct a $2.5 million offering as the initial round of a $20M raise.
DigitalAMN anticipates being able to greatly assist OrgHarvest with its long-term business development plans; particularly as it is anticipated that OrgHarvest will leverage various technologies to support its viability within the cannabis cultivation space as an American grower.
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DigitalAMN intends to work closely with OrgHarvest, until they reach their business development goals and anticipates, eventually, bringing ORGH into the DigitalAMN equity portfolio. We are beyond excited to work with the top-notch management team of OrgHarvest and very pleased that we were chosen to be added onto their business advisory team.
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