ANAHEIM, CA--(Marketwire - Jan 29, 2013) - Greengro Technologies (PINKSHEETS: GRNH) announced today the opening of its fully functional, mobile friendly, online store showcasing the most popular brands in the industry. The products envelop full hydroponic systems and supplies as well as a full line of high end nutrients and accessories.
"This announcement is overdue," states David Rudat, CFO. "We have long desired to be the leading supplier in this space and we have quietly and cautiously gone about selecting the products and solutions that would provide the greatest value at wholesale prices," Rudat goes on to say. "Now we feel that we have the right mix of infrastructure, internal resources and product selection to move our business forward."
Included in the offering is the VertaMax vertical gardening solution, which is currently selling through various online outlets, and its patent-pending commercial offering, the Vertical Hydrogarden System.
This announcement goes beyond the shopping cart however. A long-stated objective of the company has been to be a pay it forward and to support organizations that embody the values of the organization. These values are born out of the real life experiences of the founder James Haas.
"I have stood on the sideline for many years and observed the impact of terminal illness on families and loved-ones, more specifically AIDS/HIV and Cancer. I made it a priority with our team that we do our part and rally around causes that are doing good works in those areas." Haas, who has an immediate family member with HIV, strongly believes in alternative treatment modes that are not so debilitating and destructive to the human body. "It amazes me that the accepted method of treatment for these diseases is total annihilation of the immune system."
The first charity the company will align itself with is an Anaheim organization that assists severely disabled and terminally ill patients from around the country. The organization, Patient Med-Aid, is headed up by Marla James and she is on the front lines advocating for constituents of Patient Med-Aid. "We are a club that nobody wants to join. Our members are all sick, elderly or disabled and our mission is to improve their quality of life and provide alternatives to traditional modes of treatment. We are thrilled that Greengro Technologies shares this mission and will align itself with our organization."
As a mid-development stage company, this announcement moves the company another step forward in executing its overall business objectives. "We have been working tirelessly to develop our infrastructure that will scale with our future growth and we are only now ready to implement our national marketing campaigns that will drive sales through our ecommerce channels," concludes Haas.
Users can go directly to the store via http://store.greengrotech.com, or from the main site located at http://www.greengrotech.com
To introduce the new store, the company will provide a special one-time discount code for 10% off of any merchandise in the store. To get this code, simply send an email to email@example.com.
About Greengro Technologies: Greengro Technologies is a world class provider of eco-friendly green technologies with specific domain expertise in indoor and outdoor agricultural science systems serving both the consumer and commercial farming markets. Its customers include restaurants, community gardens, small and large scale commercial clients.
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