SOURCE: ProTek Capital, Inc.
DALLAS, TX--(Marketwired - Apr 2, 2014) - Luxuriant Holdings, Inc. (OTC Pink: PRPM) (PINKSHEETS: PRPM) is pleased to announce the establishment of the Luxuriant MMJ Fund. Upon reading and hearing many recent touching stories of families who are fighting to gain access to medical marijuana for various life changing illnesses, many involving children, we have decided that it is our responsibility to assist those in need. Luxuriant has made the decision therefore, as we financially benefit from this sector, to create a non-profit fund to aid families in need of assistance in gaining access to the medicine needed. Luxuriant Holdings will donate a percentage of profits to the fund which will also be open to donations from compassionate individuals and businesses. Families in need will be able to apply for assistance and will be judged on a case by case basis by a panel of experts which we are currently assembling. We will be updating shareholders and the public shortly as the fund develops.
CEO ProTek / Luxuriant Holdings
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About ProTek Capital, Inc.
ProTek Capital, Inc. has historically concentrated on acquiring a portfolio of unique and promising, high-growth potential companies.
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