LAS VEGAS, NV / ACCESSWIRE / September 10, 2019 / OrgHarvest, Inc. (OTC PINK:ORGH) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce that the Company has retained Black Rock Consulting – working with Julian Tolliver, CPA – to complete an audit of the Company’s financials, as the final step in applying to upgrade to the OTCQB. OrgHarvest is the first cannabis company to apply to the OTCQB, hoping to set a landmark precedent.
“This audit will be completed mid-September and the Company will file its application to trade the Company’s common shares on the OTCQB,” stated Frank Celecia, CEO of OrgHarvest, Inc. “This is a major step for our shareholders to have more liquidity and our stock will be qualified to be accepted by Institutional investors. The Company continues to offer its REG A Tier 1 offering, through the funding portal Fundanna.com (offering: https://www.fundanna.com/equity/offer-summary/OrgHarvest).
Currently, the Company’s Reg A Offering is priced at $0.25 per share of free trading common stock.
OrgHarvest intends to launch its cannabis cultivation and production operations in Las Vegas, Nevada, employing a high-tech, 142,000-square-foot glass greenhouse imported from the Netherlands, which has the capacity to produce 750 pounds of cannabis flower per week. This would enable the Company to potentially gross over $60 million after only its second year of operations.
The Company is focused on the acquisition of, and/or joint venturing with, cannabis dispensaries as well as the production and distribution of cannabis flower with high THC values and oils used in manufacturing edibles, beverages and pharmaceuticals.
OrgHarvest’s competitive advantages include risk diversification through the approach of growing cannabis using a high-tech, custom Dutch glasshouse manufactured in the Netherlands, which offers a unique combination of advantages unmatched by OrgHarvest’s competitors. Compared to other cannabis operations, the Company differentiates itself by offering a facility that can provide better quality, pest-free flowers,