New York, NY – July 31, 2017 – Wall Street Corner Report
MMJ Observer (mmjobserver.com) has published a feature report on Puration, Inc (USOTC: PURA) highlighting the Company’s recent acquisition of a 25 greenhouse grow operation to include an associated $1.2 million contract, the potential to rapidly grow revenue from the acquisition to $16 million in annual sales with a longer-term potential to see revenue exceed $100 million in annual sales. PURA has been pushing a PPS breakthrough at $0.03 and shown potential to reach a high of $0.09 seen earlier this year. The MMJ Observer article includes mention of the PURA PPS range to $0.09 earlier this year.
See the recent PURA shareholder presentation on the strategy to grow its recently acquired 25-greenhouse grow operation highlighted in the MMJ Observer Article:
Puration’s Grow Operation Business Strategy Overview
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