DALLAS, May 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ —
Puration, Inc. (USOTC: PURA) today announced having received a funding commitment up to $10 million to finance the construction of a facility to house the Company’s patented cannabis extraction process in conjunction with an edibles and bottling production capacity. The funding commitment comes in conjunction with the recently announced pending acquisition of a controlling interest in PURA by American Cannabis Innovations Conglomerated (“ACI”) announced last week. In addition to the cannabis infused products to be produced at the planned facility, the facility is intended as the cornerstone and show piece of PURA’s partnership with ML Capital Group (USOTC: MLCG) and Spanish Peaks ScrumpDelicacies to build a cannabis tourism business modeled after the Napa Valley wine tourism industry.
Closing of the financing is predicated on the closing of the ACI acquisition, and requires the inclusion of a local bottling partner to work with PURA. The actual amount of the funding up to $10 million will be tied to the value of the real estate associated with the project.
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