SOURCE: ProTek Capital, Inc.
DALLAS, TX--(Marketwired - Mar 6, 2014) - ProTek Capital/ Luxuriant Holdings (OTC Pink: PRPM) ("the Company") announces today our first Growing Partnership.
Luxuriant Holdings Inc. is proud to announce the first large scale growing partnership, in Washington St. Luxuriant Holdings and Brand C Farms agreed to a full funding package today to fully fund their start up cannabis cultivation operation. Mr. Brandon Caffrey, proprietor of Plan C farms, will be attending the big show with us in April and will be working closely with Mr. Field to maximize space, design, and technology. Plan C has a current 21,000 square foot location in Skagie County, Washington and will be outfitted and operational in short order.
"This is the first of many growers we will be partnering with in the coming months as it will be the focal point of our venture plan. We will be updating our shareholders frequently as interest is now peaking in our funding concepts," said Mr. Jeffries.
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ProTek Capital, Inc. has historically concentrated on acquiring a portfolio of unique and promising, high-growth potential companies.
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