GrowLife said Friday that Alan R. Hammer has joined its board. Hammer joins GrowLife via a Board seat allocated to CANX USA. In November, CANX agreed to provide up to $40 million to Growlife. Woodland Hills, Calif.-based GrowLife develops, markets and deploys products and services that serve legal cannabis growing and retail operations. Hammer, an attorney, is active in the acquisition, ownership, management and operation of investment properties, throughout New Jersey,Eastern Pennsylvania and New York State, GrowLife said.
WOODLAND HILLS, Calif., Jan. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — GrowLife, Inc. (OTCBB: PHOT), a diversified company operating in the legal cannabis industry which develops, markets and deploys products and services addressing the needs of legal cannabis growing and retail operations, including hydroponic growing equipment and retail support software, is pleased to announce that the Company has added Alan R. Hammer to the Board of Directors.
Hammer joins GrowLife via a Board seat allocated to CANX USA LLC, GrowLife’s recently announced Joint Venture partner which has provided the Company with a capital pledge of up to $40 million U.S. for acquisitions, growth capital, and its GIFT program operating in the legal cannabis industry.
Hammer is a veteran attorney and advisor who has concentrated his law practice in the areas of investment real estate transactions and tax appeals, representing the purchasers and sellers of office buildings, shopping centers, industrial facilities and apartment complexes since 1971. Hammer’s representations have included landmark rulings, including the Supreme Court’s Glen Wall Associates decision, one of the most important and widely cited decisions on the valuation of investment properties. Hammer is personally active in the acquisition, ownership, management and operation of investment properties, throughout New Jersey,Eastern Pennsylvania and New York State.
“Alan Hammer brings considerable transactional, legal and networking experience to our Board of Directors,” stated Sterling Scott, CEO, GrowLife Inc. “We welcome Alan’s broadminded vision in joining the GrowLife Board of Directors, as we welcome the wisdom of all of our now fully constituted Board of Directors to GrowLife. On behalf of all shareholders, let me add that I believe we are very fortunate at GrowLife to have such accomplished Directors with the rare expertise and drive required to expand GrowLife’s industry leading position in 2014.”
“I am very excited to join the impressive GrowLife team. The company is uniquely positioned in the legal cannabis industry and I look forward to adding my support to GrowLife’s mission. It is undoubtedly a unique time in American history presenting an unparalleled market opportunity for GrowLife and its shareholders,” stated Hammer.
More on the CANX USA LLC Joint Venture: http://yhoo.it/1fzRcaV
A GrowLife Investor Presentation can be viewed online at http://growlifeinc.com/growlife-presentations-october-2013/
From time to time, GrowLife will provide market updates and news via its websites GrowLifeInc.com, Cannabis.org or the Company’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/tellthetruthfederalgovernment
For a GrowLife Investor Presentation visit: http://growlifeinc.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/PHOT-DECK-4_30_13.pdf
About GrowLife, Inc.
GrowLife, Inc. (PHOT) (www.growlifeinc.com) develops, markets and deploys products and services addressing the needs of legal cannabis growing and retail operations, including hydroponic growing equipment and retail support software. The Company provides these solutions in our nationwide retail network, as well as online sites Greners.com, Phototron.com and 58Hydro.com. The Company also operates the political and social forum, Cannabis.org
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