NetworkNewsBreaks – Choom Holdings Inc. (CSE: CHOO) (OTCQB: CHOOF) Forms Board of Advisors

British Columbia-based cannabis cultivation firm Choom Holdings (CSE: CHOO) (OTCQB: CHOOF) this morning named key executives that it has appointed to its Board of Advisors to help drive the brand into Canada’s promising recreational marijuana market. Per the update, the newly-appointed advisors are Derek Chan, John Heaney and Bobby Black. “These individuals bring a wealth of knowledge and experience from a variety of industries. Our ability to attract this phenomenal talent is a testament to Choom’s vision and strategic plan as we launch our brand in Canada’s recreational use cannabis segment. As we rapidly execute our business model we have established an advisory team with extensive experience in Consumer Branding, Retail Supply Chain, Government Relations, Entrepreneurship, Operations, and Financial Services to provide guidance during our next phase of growth. We look forward to leveraging their experience and thought leadership to expedite Choom’s retail launch,” Choom Holdings president and CEO Chris Bogart stated in the news release.

To view the full press release, visit http://nnw.fm/G7j4J

SAY HELLO TO CHOOM

Choom was created for and inspired by the Choom Gang; a group of buddies in Honolulu during the 1970’s who loved to smoke weed—or as the locals called it, “Choom”. Now, after four decades, Choom is bringing the spirit of Hawaii to Canada. Choom is focused on delivering an elevated customer experience through our curated retail environments, high-grade handcrafted Cannabis supply, and a diversity of brands for the Canadian recreational consumer.

We’re planting our flag in the rapidly growing legal cannabis industry in Canada with our own brand of high-grade handcrafted herb. For additional information on Choom, please visit www.choom.ca.

More from NetworkNewsBreaks

NetworkNewsBreaks – SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) Discusses Recent Supreme Court Ruling on Sports Betting Ruling in Video Podcast NetworkNewsBreaks – DPW Holdings, Inc. (NYSE American: DPW) Announces Pricing of Registered Offering NetworkNewsBreaks – Global Payout, Inc. (GOHE) Announces Moneytrac Technology’s Participation at Cannabiz Expo Tech Panel

About NetworkNewsWire

NetworkNewsWire (NNW) is a financial news and content distribution company that provides (1) access to a network of wire services via NetworkWire to reach all target markets, industries and demographics in the most effective manner possible, (2) article and editorial syndication to 5,000+ news outlets (3), enhanced press release services to ensure maximum impact, (4) social media distribution via the Investor Brand Network (IBN) to nearly 2 million followers, (5) a full array of corporate communications solutions, and (6) a total news coverage solution with NNW Prime. As a multifaceted organization with an extensive team of contributing journalists and writers, NNW is uniquely positioned to best serve private and public companies that desire to reach a wide audience of investors, consumers, journalists and the general public. By cutting through the overload of information in today’s market, NNW brings its clients unparalleled visibility, recognition and brand awareness. NNW is where news, content and information converge.

For more information, please visit https://www.NetworkNewsWire.com

Please see full terms of use and disclaimers on the NetworkNewsWire website applicable to all content provided by NNW, wherever published or re-published: http://NNW.fm/Disclaimer

NetworkNewsWire (NNW)
New York, New York
www.NetworkNewsWire.com
212.418.1217 Office
Editor@NetworkNewsWire.com

More News From culture.aseancoverage.com

Thailand wearies of junta rule, election promise still vague

May 21, 2018

BANGKOK — Four years after seizing power, Thailand's junta has a singular success it never hoped for: uniting a politically divided nation in growing dissatisfaction with the thin-skinned rule of the generals. After rifle-toting soldiers overthrew Thailand's elected government in a bloodless coup in May 2014, the new military leaders, like a succession of Thai coup makers before them, pledged reform and reconciliation and promised they wouldn't stay long. But after repeatedly delaying elections, frustration with the junta and its leader, former army chief Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, is visibly growing. And far from stepping back, they appear to be...

Honda, Kagawa named to Japan squad for Ghana friendly

May 21, 2018

TOKYO — New Japan coach Akira Nishino named Keisuke Honda and Shinji Kagawa on Friday to Japan's squad for an international friendly on May 30 against Ghana in Yokohama. Japan is expected to name its final 23-man squad for the World Cup on May 31, several days ahead of the June 4 deadline. The two had struggled to make the team under former coach Vahid Halilhodzic. But Nishino made it clear they are critical. "You all probably know their play well, and they're vital to the national team," Nishino told reporters. "I hope they will maintain their performance and contribute."...

Toyota chief hopes to help Japan automakers keep tech edge

May 21, 2018

TOKYO — Toyota Motor Corp. chief Akio Toyoda, tapped to head the Japanese auto industry association, promised Friday to lead a push among manufacturers to keep a competitive edge in emerging technologies such as zero-emission and autonomous driving. Japanese companies are among the world's top automakers, but some are worried whether they can maintain that lead amid major technological shifts that allow the entry of newcomers, including those outside the auto sector. Toyoda, the new chairman of the 14-member Japanese Automobile Manufacturers Association, acknowledged that new competitors have plentiful cash and tend to be quick. He did not give examples,...

Study says China-backed dam in Cambodia would destroy Mekong

May 21, 2018

BANGKOK — A Chinese-backed plan for Cambodia to build the Mekong River's biggest dam would destroy fisheries that feed millions and worsen tensions with Vietnam, the downstream country with most to lose from dams on the waterway, according to a three-year study commissioned by the Cambodian government. The report, posted this month on the website of the U.S.-based organization that conducted the study, said the Sambor dam would "generate large power benefits to Cambodia, but at the probable cost of the destruction of the Mekong fishery, and the certain enmity of Vietnam." It said the dam designed by China Southern...

China rejects appeal on behalf of Nobel Prize winner's widow

May 21, 2018

BEIJING — China on Thursday rejected an appeal from dozens of writers and artists for the release from house arrest of the widow of Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo. Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told reporters that Liu Xia's right to travel was an issue for the Chinese government alone to determine. "It is a matter falls within China's judicial sovereignty. She is a Chinese national (and) we of course handle the relevant issue in accordance with our laws and regulations," Liu said at a regularly scheduled news conference. Lu's comments came after writers and artists including South African...

AseanCoverage is a next-gen news site focusing exclusively on online news from South East Asia.

Contact us: sales[at]aseancoverage.com