SOURCE: United Treatment Centers, Inc.
LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Feb 13, 2014) - United Treatment Centers Inc. (OTC Pink: UTRM) (dba PotNetwork420.com) announced the company has signed with Eric Thompson and John Adams of Pathbender Entertainment to partner with production on the upcoming daily marijuana news broadcast.
Eric Thompson -- notable executive for such films as the Twilight series and Agent Cody Banks -- stated, "I truly look forward to working with Chris Seminatore and providing daily, reliable information for the marijuana industry through video. The test results for this format are higher than I have ever seen in my 25 years of entertainment experience. We are proud to be part of the team broadcasting the end of marijuana prohibition. I look forward to completing development and going live in the next few weeks."
Mr. Thompson went on to add, "In addition, we are completing production of 'Irie' a Bob Marley documentary. This project has celebrity support that will cross over and substantially increase the profile of PotNetwork420.com." Mr. Thompson added we have also recently produced HANSEL AND GRETEL GET BAKED, which was distributed by Tribeca Films and should help bring more positive attention to Potnetwork420.com.
"Working with Pathbender gives us access to top notch studios and talent, not to mention the benefit of Mr. Thompson's experience. He knows what it takes to make a hit and we want to make the best show possible. When we launch our first broadcast in the next couple of weeks, viewers will see the result of a talented team working around the clock. In addition, our website development is being completed and will serve as an up-to-date resource for the marijuana industry," PotNetwork420.com CEO Chris Seminatore stated.
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