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Hemp, Inc. CEO Bruce Perlowin Featured on Cover of Today & News-Herald Discussing Arizona’s Industrial Hemp Industry

Hemp, Inc. CEO Bruce Perlowin Featured on Cover of Today & News-Herald Discussing Arizona’s Industrial Hemp Industry

The front page article explores Hemp, Inc.’s 500-acre hemp growing eco-village and describes the Company’s plans with the property.

Las Vegas, NV, June 17, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NEWMEDIAWIRE — Hemp, Inc. (OTC PINK: HEMP), a global leader in the industrial hemp industry with bi-coastal processing centers including the 85,000 square-foot multipurpose industrial hemp processing facility in Spring Hope, North Carolina, a state of the art processing center in Medford, Oregon, and a 500-acre hemp growing Eco-Village in Golden Valley, Arizona, announced today that CEO Bruce Perlowin was interviewed by Today’s News-Herald in Lake Havasu to discuss Arizona’s industrial hemp industry and the Company’s plans in the state.

The front page article explores Hemp, Inc.’s 500-acre hemp growing eco-village and describes the Company’s plans with the property.

The article also outlines the work Hemp, Inc. is planning on doing with veterans as part of the Veteran Village. In the article, Perlowin explains that cultivators will be growing hemp for cannabidiol (CBD) instead of fiber because it is more profitable. Additionally, the article features information on The Great American Hempathon, which is a joint venture with Hemp, Inc. and growers. So far, 20 growers have registered for the program.

Perlowin informed Today’s News-Herald that the Company is hoping to open a processing center in Kingman, Arizona that is 50,000 to 200,000 square feet on a railroad spur. Perlowin informed the paper that while there is a processing plant in Las Vegas, this location is too far as hemp buds wilt and degrade if shipped more than 50 miles.                                 

In a quote utilized by the publication, Perlowin describes why Arizona is a great place to cultivate the crop. “The soil in this part of the desert is rich in everything except nitrogen, lime and organic matter. We can add those things into the soil,” he said.                                        

The article also mentions Hemp, Inc. is hosting free informational meetings every Saturday at 11:30 a.m. at the Golden Valley location. To get to the domes on the property, from Hoover Dam head southwest on Kingman Wash Access Road. Continue onto Hoover Dam Access Road. Turn left onto NV-172.  At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto the US-93 S ramp.  Continue on US-93 S to Cottonwood Road (mile marker 45) then turn west in 2 1/2 miles onto Amana Street and go south exactly 5 miles and you will be at the property.  (It’s important to note that once you turn onto Cottonwood Road, you will be on well-maintained dirt roads.)Read the Today’s News-Herald article “Mohave County hemp farm poised to plant its first seeds.”

To see 1-minute videos of Hemp, Inc.’s current activities, go to Bruce Perlowin’s personal Facebook page where he posts daily on all of Hemp, Inc.’s activities around the country. 


The Great American Hempathon in Golden Valley, Arizona creates joint ventures with growers and provides each grower with a five-acre parcel or up to 10 acres to plant on, and includes the planting, maintaining, harvesting and processing of hemp plants. The Hempathon will be situated on a 500-acre ecovillage, with 300 acres designated for growing hemp. (According to executives, the best days for planting are between June 10 and July 15, 2019.)It costs $50,000 to participate in The Great American Hempathon and winners will share up to $100,000 in prize money, in a variety of categories. Five acres have the possibility to produce up to a million dollars or more of net profit. This joint venture arrangement would be a fifty-fifty revenue split with the Company. 

The fifty-fifty revenue split with Hemp, Inc. (with half of that going to the Veteran Village Kins Community) will not only generate a substantial revenue stream for Hemp, Inc. and its shareholders and the Veteran Village Kins Community, it will also generate a positive return on investment for The Great American Hempathon participants.  Through this partnership, participants receive more than just a cash profit. They are afforded an opportunity to learn from industry experts from all over America over a four to six month period.The growers are divided into teams that include a master grower who is expected to have knowledge of the plant and experience growing cannabidiol (CBD) quality hemp. The growers are responsible for supplying seeds, clones, and soil.

They are also required to install an irrigation system for their parcel, provide personnel, equipment and products required to grow. Learn more about The Great American Hempathon and the Veteran Village Kins Communities at Growers interested in pursuing a joint venture for a five-acre grow can contact the Project Managers at: [email protected]

Or, anyone interested in attending the 2-7-day hands-on hempcrete house building should contact Dwight Jory at [email protected]

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